2022 Revolve Holiday Health & Wellness Gift Guide

The holidays are stressful enough as it is. Top it off with the burden of shopping for all of your friends and relatives and the joy of the season quickly fades. 

Our first tip: start a gift swap (secret Santa, white elephant, etc.) Get your group together (this works best with adults – most kids will not approve of this plan) and have everyone pick a name out of a hat. No one wants to buy seven different gifts. And ‘quality over quantity’ is a saying that I have truly begun to support after the age of 20.

Now, whether or not you were able to significantly decrease the number of gifts you are responsible for this year, we want to help with some high-quality – low-tox ideas. If anyone in your life is interested in cooking, health, or wellness this list will be perfect for them.

FYI, none of these links will send you to Amazon. Happy Holidays to everyone except Jeff Bezos.


  1. Cast iron pan – $29. A staple that everyone needs in their kitchen.
  2. [R]evolve Nutrient-dense Cookbook Bundle – $25. Help your friends and family cook the most delicious, nutrient-dense meals ever! Big bonus for you if you get to eat their home cooked meals. 
  3. Dutch oven – $260. Make it extra special by tucking some baking supplies on the inside, like some sourdough starter.
  4. Water filter – $249. Not so sexy gift, but the best presents are ones you use every day, right??
  5. Branch Basics Start Kit – $75. Can’t think of anything sexier than a clean kitchen and supporting a healthy environment.
  6. Instant Pot – $120. If someone who likes cooking real, nutrient-dense food doesn’t have this, first ask them if they are ok and then get them this ASAP.
  7. Spice set – $20+. Spice up your life (and ditch all of the old, plastic bottles of spices that have been sitting in your parent’s house for ages)
  8. Fermenting kit – $45. A creative idea to get the at-home cook in your life experimenting in the kitchen.
  9. Tortilla press – $50. A pretty niche kitchen tool but will take Taco Tuesday from a 7 to a 10. Homemade organic corn tortillas are worth it. 
  10. Stainless steel frying pan – $89. A classic kitchen item that is perfect for a non-toxic chef!
  11. Matcha kit – $60. Perfect for a matcha novice or your relative trying to kick a coffee addiction
  12. Sourdough kit – $50. Everything needed to make the most delicious loaf of bread. This is secretly a gift for yourself because your friend/family member will provide you with the best bread ever. For a super affordable gift (aka $0), split some sourdough starter from your own batch and gift it. 


  1. Modern-Primal Kitchen course – $297. Gift my self-paced step-by-step course to sourcing, preparing, and eating a nutrient dense diet. I cannot think of a better gift than an investment in their health and wellness. This is the gift that will keep on giving! 
  2. Gua Sha – $44. Friends help friends avoid wrinkles.
  3. Dry Brush – $16. Lymphatic drainage to make you feel like you’re at the spa when you’re actually just in your parents’ guest bathroom.
  4. Tallow Body Cream – $26 Wintertime calls for nourishing lotion.
  5. Beeswax Candle – $22. Cozy winter vibes without the hormone disrupting environmental toxins 🙂
  6. Acupressure mat – $196. Like a massage but you don’t have to leave your house and you can use it everyday. 

Health & Wellness

  1. LMNT Electrolytes – $45. Keep your friends and family hydrated for holiday debauchery without the headache.
  2. Blue Blocking Glasses – $100. Because a good night’s sleep is especially critical during the holidays. Watch your late night holiday movies & protect your circadian rhythm. 
  3. Oura Ring – $299. A pricier gift for your favorite biohacking friend. Especially if they’re looking for hormone free birth control option! 

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