My Stocking Fillers: Under £15

Sunday, November 23, 2014
For my first christmas gift guide post I wanted to publish something a bit different - all of the products in this post are products I own (either ones I have bought or been sent) that I love and I think would make great stocking fillers for numerous budgets! I wanted to include a few non-beauty items which I think will be fantastic as smaller presents or stocking fillers. 

Makeup & Nails: First up, the amazing Burts Bees lip products - I have a few of their lip balms, glosses and lip shimmers, all of which I love and they have some fantastic shades especially for autumn/winter; and the best part is that all of them are under £10. Staying with the lip product theme, the Sweet Cecilys cocktail inspired lip balms are a unique stocking fillers that not only look cute but they work so well; they are £2.95 each and there are so many flavours to choose from!

Next up are a few nail products, the H&M nail polish remover pot (£3.99) may seem like a boring stocking filler but it is a fantastic nail polish remover and with the festive season comes parties and a quick and effective nail polish remover is a must! Nail dotting tools are also handy to have around this time of the year and I bought my set from Amazon for only 99p (and free shipping, how amazing is that!). The last nail polish stocking filler is a great vale set from Essie, it contains a base coat, top coat and polish - all of which are minis so they are great for those who travel; the best part is that this trio is only £5.99 on Fragrance Direct!

The last makeup item, is the Real Techniques Mini Brush Trio, which I have reviewed fully, here which is only £9.99. Again a great stocking filler for those who travel or commute and the brushes are just so cute! I will have a couple of posts on my real techniques brushes coming soon. 

Skincare, Bath & Perfume: My facial skincare pick is an essential for me currently, it is the Bodhi and Birch Desert Rose Facial Oil (£14, trial size) which is a gorgeous facial oil. There is also one for more combination skin. 

For body care, I have the My Trusty Sunflower Body Butter which is a fantastic product, profits go back into NHS patient care and it is only £7.99 - they make a fantastic hand cream too! Sticking with the body care theme, my bath product recommendation is the Therapie Himalayan Detox Bath Salts which everyone and their cat was raving about earlier this year as they are really help with relaxing and sleeping. The trial pouch I have this £10 which is a little pricy but the full size is really expensive. This product would be great if you are looking for a luxe stocking filler that doesn't cost the earth!

The final product in this category is the Ted Baker Mia Fragrance which is only 10ml so it is great for having in your handbag; it is a gorgeous scent and there are many more to choose from. They are £10 each and the packaging is so pretty and luxe, in my opinion. 

Miscellaneous: The final few products are random inclusions such as drinks, stationary, clothing and hair chalk...Let's start with the Teapigs Matcha drinks which I reviewed fully a few months ago. I adore the elderflower flavour - they are on my wish list to santa! The drinks would be great for foodies, students or those who love tea and they are only £1.89 each! 

My next random stocking filler suggestion is a Post-it dispenser in the shape of a handbag from Viking Direct, yes it is a bit cheesy and novel but I have been using mine constantly - I love it! It is £7.99 and a great little stocking filler for handbag lovers, stationary nerds (like myself) or students.

My penultimate stocking filler suggestion is the Harry Potter T-shirts from Primark, I bought my sister two  of them and they were only £6 each. They also have harry potter socks, jogging bottoms (£8) and other branded merchandised from Game of Thrones and The Simpsons! 

My last product is from Essence, it is their rock style hair dye powder which is a wash out hair dye - well it is actually a hair chalk so it washes out after one wash. I have the purple shade and it actually shows up on my very dark hair! Essence is a fantastic brand and their products are so affordable. 

What do you think of my stocking fillers under £15? What are your stocking filler recommendations? 


  1. Would probs be happy finding all of these in my stocking, espesh the real techniques brushes!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

  2. Really great post! I love stocking fillers. The makeup brushes are a great idea! x x

  3. As if the Harry Potter t-shirts are £6, need to get me to Primark!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

    Too Faced giveaway

  4. The Harry Potter tee is perfect! It's very useful, especially if you know the person would love it!
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  5. These are really good ideas my fave stocking filler is anything from soap and glory or spa
    Sanctuary you can't go wrong with bath stuff for girls:-)

  6. I neeeeeed that hogwarts tshirt!

  7. Love the cocktails flavoured lip balms xx

    Abi |

  8. cool post, love the hogwarts shirt hahah x3

    dresses-and-travels //@susandollparts

  9. I'm wearing that harry potter tshirt right now!!! I've also got the grey one :) I also visited the Harry Potter London tour yesterday, which was AMAZING! I definitely need to go and get the jogging bottoms and socks...
    I would love to do all my christmas presents as stockings and fill them up, however I think it ends up costing so much :(
    Great post though, the essie set is great value! xx


  10. These are really good! I love real technique brushes x
    Jess x
    New post up at //

  11. These are really great suggestions! I'm loving the look of the burts bee set :)

  12. Such a helpful post! Love pretty much all of the items mentioned :)

  13. The Real Technique Mini brush Trio is perfect for any beauty lover! Great quality, compact and affordable. I love your stocking fillers selection!

    Glam O’Clock | Beauty Blog


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