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35 Non-Boring, Last-Minute Stocking Stuffers Under $25 (That You Can Buy on Amazon)

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There are only a few more days to snag your holiday gifts before Christmas, so if you haven’t started thinking about gifts for co-workers, best friends, extended family, or stocking stuffers, now’s a good time to start. And this year, we’ve made it easy to find a stocking stuffer that doesn’t come from CVS or Starbucks. Here are 35 great gifts you can give to just about any family member, from a jet-setting uncle to a new college graduate moving into their first apartment. Plus, we’ve checked to make sure all of these under-$25 stocking stuffers will arrive before Christmas — but that’s subject to change as we get closer to December 25 (and availability depends on your location). Don’t miss all of the Strategist’s holiday gift coverage right here — and if you need a really last-minute gift, consider an e–gift card.

For the mom who has never tried a sheet mask

Our beauty writer Rio Viera-Newton calls a similar K-beauty mask to this one a “total lifesaver” for her dry winter skin.

For the sibling who’s trying to unplug from their devices

Put this budget-friendly Casio in their stocking, and wrap up a more serious watch for under the tree.

For the aunt who loves a good Pinot Noir

For the college student who complains about her roommate’s late nights

This cute silk sleeping mask comes with ear plugs, so she can totally block out her roommate before she goes to sleep.

For the parents who can never keep their phones charged

This ten-foot-long iPhone lightning cable is now just $10, so you can buy two of them and still have spent less than $25 on each parent.

For the activist dad concerned about climate change

Let him enjoy his iced coffee (in a reusable tumbler, of course) guilt-free with metal straws that won’t end up in the ocean or a landfill.

For the mom with a sensitive nose

One of the first toilet fresheners on the market, Poo-Pourri is still one of the best. Mom will appreciate the tastefully designed bottle.

For the sister who always overpacks

She’ll love being able to weigh her suitcase before heading for the airport to avoid those pesky checked-bag fees.

For the college grad moving into their first apartment

This soap might come in a fancy bottle, but this lime-scented two-in-one body and hand wash is a great gift to help a lazy college graduate seem like they have their life in order, without too much effort.

For the college grad starting their first office job

Blue-light blocking glasses make staring at a screen all day easier on your eyes, and this pair is actually nice-looking.

For the cousin who went to art school

Evelyn Hankins, senior curator at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington, D.C., told us, “The narrative that Weschler weaves from pioneering artist Robert Irwin’s own words will captivate anyone with even a passing interest in art.”

For the tween girl who got her ears pierced this year

These pearl earrings with rhinestone cat ears are simple but still totally cute.

For the aunt or uncle who spends Saturdays at the farmer’s market

We predict fisherman net bags will be the next status tote. Even if your relative doesn’t care about that, these bags are still very practical for toting produce.

For the friend with a new baby

These look just like the stylish baby turbans, Top Knots, that have been spotted on the infant daughters of celebs like Khloé Kardashian and Hilary Duff — but they’re significantly cheaper.

For the co-worker who’s always sick

All you need is a glass of water and this USB-charging humidifier to eliminate dry office air.