The ‘what I want vs what I need’ Christmas wishlist

2020 has been quite a different year for a number of reasons. As we draw closer to the festive season and start to gather inspiration for our Christmas wishlists, the #PushTEAM started to wonder whether this year would be more about what we need vs what we want. Discover our roundup of essentials to get you through to the end of the year …

For the obvious
One thing we never thought we would add to our Christmas wishlist is a hand sanitiser, but now we just can’t go a day without one and Covid or not, it’s become a part of our regular routine.

Haoma Organic Hand Sanitiser – £16

For the maskne
Have we figured out the secret to maskne? No. Do we have a quick solution for those zits that did get through? YES. Let’s clear things up!

Patchology Breakout Box – £18

For the stress
Lighting a candle in those moments of anxiety can go a long way. Our top pick is citrus; a mood-boosting scent which gives a vitamin-C hit to our sense to relieve stress and fills us with positive energy

Crabtree & Evelyn Sundown Candle – £40.50

For both protection & style
Looks like we’ll be wearing face coverings for quite a while now, but hopefully we’ll be back out to cafes, restaurants and the office soon enough. So if this accessory is here to stay, why not go for one which fits in with our seasonal wardrobe

Second Wind Tina Mask with Silver Chain – $65

For a good cause
We always love adding a little something special to our Christmas wishlist, but this year it’s not only about being special for us, but being so for someone else. Take the time to invest in brands that give back to communities this festive season

Olivia & Pearl Keshi Stud Earrings – £80 (15% proceeds donated to NHS Charities Together)

For the days you have back to back Zoom calls
When you love coffee, but hate the stress. CBD coffee helps us get through those longer winter days. It’s coffee, evolved

EvoCoffee 200g Filter CBD Coffee – £29.95

For Christmas cards that capture this year’s mood
A festive tradition, sending Christmas cards to friends and loved ones. Let’s bring a little humour in to the mix before we sign out of 2020

Mean Mail Worst Christmas Ever Bundle – £18

For when you’ve rolled out of bed late for a meeting
Chic pyjama sets are definitely the way to go. Accessorise with some earrings and stacked necklaces and you’re good to go for that 9am call

Hesper Fox Cleo Coral Cotton Pyjama Set – £120

For when you haven’t washed your hair to get some extra sleep
There’s nothing as chic and practical as a silk scrunchie for days where you just can’t muster up enough energy to do your hair in the morning … or you’re run out of time!

Mille Saisons Emerald Silk Astrid Super Scrunchie – £18

For a quick & easy work from home look
Given up on makeup whilst working from home? All you need is a multi-stick to give you a fresh look in just a few sweeps

Ilia Multi-Stick – $34

For those that live in a flat in the city
Bring some green and purify the air in your closed-up flat with a monthly plant subscription service that delivers new plants to you

Leaf Envy Plant Box Plan – from £20/box

Push Team x

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