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Mother's Day 2015: 10 best beauty gifts

Indulge your mum with a little beauty treat this Mother's Day with our pick of the best gift ideas

Rachel Fiddes
Tuesday 10 March 2015 15:58
Kate Upton for Bobbi Brown
Kate Upton for Bobbi Brown

From the exotic Elemis Jasmine and Rose Hand and Nail Cream to the glow-enhancing Bobbi Brown Brightening Brick, we've found a beauty gift whatever her style.

1. The Sanctuary Spa With Love: £22,

A bumper pack of 10 luxurious bath and body products to create your own spa at home, all wrapped up in a Frederick Wimsett-designed, butterfly-adorned box. Lotions and potions include full size body wash, body lotion, body scrub, luxury bath float, foaming bath soak, body butter, body moisture spray, salt scrub sachet, heel balm and hand cream.

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2. The Rose Tree Relaxing Gift Set: £50,

British-made, organic, vitamin and anti-oxidant packed skincare minus any synthetic fragrances or colours, The Rose Tree have the perfect set for Mother's Day. A hand-poured, pure essential oil candle and a luxurious, skin-softening bath treatment oil. Choose from Relaxing ylang ylang and vetiver, or Revitalising juniper and grapefruit for the oil and one of four candle scent choices.

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3. My Little Chloe: £35,

A trio of beautiful limited-edition 20ml bottles of Chloe fragrances make the perfect gift. Available in sensual Chloe Signature, light and airy L'Eau de Chloe and fresh Roses de Chloe.

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4. Elemis Jasmine and Rose Hand and Nail Cream: £18,

Exotic jasmine, white lotus flower and rose absolute blended with argan and Abyssinian oils make this an extraordinarily luxurious and feminine hand cream. The prefect pressie for all mums.

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5. Bobbi Brown Brightening Brick: £34,

Make-up isn't easy to buy for others, but this is a brilliant suits-everyone gift. The warmth of a bronzer, the flush of a blush and the glow of an illuminator. Less shimmery than the eternally-popular Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick, this compact gives a glowy sheen, not a glittery finish, which makes it perfect for more mature skin tones. It comes in pinks (pictured) for cool skintones and peach for warmer tones.

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6. Clarins Relax Body Treatment Oil: £39,

Geranium, petitgrain, chamomile and basil give this relaxing blend of 100% pure plant extracts a really fresh natural scent. The hazelnut oil locks in moisture, keeping skin silky smooth. It's a real muscle soother after exercise or a long, hard day too.

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7. M&S La Maison De Senteurs Hand Cream Duo: £12.50,

A beautiful sweet orange and petitgrain essential oil-scented nourishing hand wash and hand and body lotion, in a white wire basket, is the perfect inexpensive sink-side pressie.

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8. Neal's Yard Remedies Rose & Pomegranate Bath Oil: £14.75,

90% organic ingredients, this beautiful bath oil contains a nourishing musky floral blend of damask rose, pomegranate, patchouli, cedarwood, bergamot and apricot oils.

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9. Margaret Dabbs Discovery Kit Fabulous Feet: £39,

Perfect travel or gym-sized feet treats to keep mama's toes in tip top condition. It includes an exfoliating foot mousse, hydrating foot soak, intensive treatment foot oil and intensive hydrating foot lotion.

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10. Ecoya Sweet Pea & Jasmine Hand and Body Lotion: £19,

A great-sized, good value for money, exquisitely-scented lotion from one of Australia's favourite beauty brands. Uplifting watermelon and cucumber add to the rich floral notes of sweet pea and jasmine.

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The Margaret Dabbs kit will get her toes in tip top condition for summer. But the top spot this week goes to The Sanctuary Spa With Love gift set. Enormously good value for money - 10 full-sized bottles for just £22.

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