13 Ways to Spoil Yourself Rotten for $25 or Less
Treat yourself without spending a fortune.
Original Content |
February 15, 2013
"Swirl a cube of this sinfully rich dark Belgian chocolate into a cup of hot milk for the ultimate winter treat." — Oprah
$24 for six cubes | petrossian.com
These five brushes—concealer, lip, blush, and two for eyeshadow—are all you need to keep makeup flawless. They slip into a chic aluminum tube, available in five colors.
Just a dash of truffle salt—earthy, exotic, exquisite—turns scrambled eggs or buttered pasta into a lavish dish.
$20 | Sabatinotartufi.com
This brilliant 1.5-quart stockpot allows you to cook in it, measure ingredients in it, freeze food in it, pour with ease, and seal for freshness. It's only a matter of time before it does your laundry and takes you dancing.
$25 (actual product color may differ from photo)
Ice cream and sorbet in flavors like strawberry daiquiri and crème de mint chip taste as sweet as childhood sundaes, but with a welcome—and very adult—twist.
$10 per pint
Free of harsh detergents, toxins, chemical preservatives, and artificial fragrances, these delightfully refreshing organic body washes present only one problem: You won't know whether to pour them in your bath or a martini glass.
$15 for 16 ounces | 100PercentPure.com
These Art Nouveau-inspired bottles of extra-virgin olive oil are too striking not to leave out on the kitchen counter.
$25 for 8.5-ounce bottle
The separate sections of this faux-lizard wallet keeps receipts, dollars, and foreign money completely compartmentalized—terrific for travel.
$25 | TheFashionPlate.com
Enjoy your drinks on the rocks—literally—by using cubes of pure soapstone in place of drink-diluting ice in scotch or bourbon. Leave them in the freezer for three hours, and they'll gently chill your favorite libation.
$20 for nine | teroforma.com
Stock up on a few of these layered gourmet cookie mixes for hostess gifts. They can just add eggs and butter, and go from craving to sweet treat in ten minutes flat.
$14 each | sistersgourmet.com
"If you're a tea lover, this is about as good as it gets. Whole leaves picked from the tea gardens of China are hand-packed in silken pyramid-shaped infusers that give buds lots of room to bloom into a spectacular cup of tea." — Oprah
$5.50 for two infusers
Deeper than the average umbrella, this cheery model simply refuses to flip inside out.
$25 | DLLRainwear.com
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