Spoil your mom with one of these gifts from Little Passports's gift list for moms
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Gifts to Spoil Mom on Mother’s Day

Who would we be without our moms? For all that your mom does for you, spoil her this Mother’s Day with a special gift. We’ve curated a list of unique gift ideas from small-batch brands that will show your mom she’s really one-of-a-kind. With so many exquisite products to choose from, Mom is sure to feel pampered!

Being a mom-owned business, Little Passports is especially excited to celebrate moms around the world! To all the superhero moms out there, this day’s for you.

Coconut Skincare – Kaya Essentials

With ingredients sourced from local coconut farmers in the Philippines, these small-batch body balms take care of your skin, are ethically produced, and help others in need. With every purchase, Kaya Essentials provides a meal to a schoolchild in either the United States or the Philippines.

 

 

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Therapeutic Perfumes – Bodha

Bodha’s therapeutic perfumes were born at the intersection of aromatherapy science and the art of perfumery. Made of natural ingredients by artisans in Los Angeles, New Zealand, and Japan, Bodha fragrances will help Mom feel her best through the power of scent.

 

 

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Himalayan Teas – Alaya Tea

With leaves sourced from organic and biodynamic farms in the far corners of India, Alaya teas are exquisitely fresh and traditional. The farms they work with grow their leaves in ways that help protect soil and combat climate change. What’s more, their packaging is fully compostable and plastic free.

 

 

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Small-Batch Chocolate – Vesta Chocolate

Created by a husband and wife team, Vesta is a unique artisanal chocolate company where French techniques meet the flavors of Latin America. Made with organic cacao and unrefined panela sugar, Vesta chocolates are crafted in house to deliver a personal experience. Be sure to snag a box of the Mother’s Day Jewel Bonbons while supplies last!

 

 

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Tree Flora Honey – Maryiza 

Each Maryiza honey is named after the indigenous Ethiopian tree its flora was sourced from. Maryiza works with forest communities across the Afromontane Region of Ethiopia, investing in local farmers and beekeepers while partnering with them to combat deforestation. Add a drop of sweetness to Mom’s life with these mouthwatering honeys.

 

 

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Handcrafted Ceramics – Utility Objects

Born from artist Aleisha Ellis’s passion projects, Utility Objects offers a line of stunningly minimalist tableware. Aleisha’s one-woman operation draws inspiration from modern ceramics and is bound to add a touch of personalized beauty to any home. Celebrate Mom with a handcrafted piece that is just as unique as she is.

 

 

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SuperLattes – Clevr Blends

What started as a group of friends making lattes in the back of a van has since transformed into a women-led wellness company. Clevr Blends makes it their mission to source from family suppliers and only uses organic, non-GMO ingredients. Famous for their delicious yet nutritious instant lattes, Clevr Blends lattes are rich with brain-boosting, mind-clearing, mood-lifting superfoods.

 

 

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Premium Soy Candles – Kishmish

Hand-poured in San Francisco using nontoxic, vegan ingredients, Kishmish candles are the perfect way to light up Mom’s day. Founders Fatima Aslam and Zareen Abbasi created Kishmish to preserve the charms of South Asian culture. Their products proudly reflect the scents and anecdotal traditions of growing up South Asian American.

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