16 Eco-Friendly Mother's Day Gifts Your Mom (and the Planet) Will Love
Spoil your mom with these eco-friendly Mother's Day gifts. There are accessories, kitchen goods, beauty products, delicious treats, and more.
Our moms deserve the best, right? That seems to be what most people are thinking since the average person spends $124 on Mother's Day gifts and celebrations.
While all the mamas out there deserve to be showered with gifts (and maybe a nice Mother's Day brunch!), it's important that we be conscious of where we're buying those gifts and how they're made.
To help you out with that task, we've compiled a list of eco-friendly Mother's Day gifts that your mom is sure to swoon over.
16 Eco-Friendly Mother's Day Gifts
2. Bloomscape Easy Peasy Plant Collection, $79
Put a twist on the usual card and flowers gift by opting for some greenery! These plants are categorized as "no fuss," so your mom can enjoy their beauty without having to worry about upkeep.
3. Reusable Bowl Covers Set, $25
These reusable bowl covers are easy to use, easy to clean, and help reduce waste in your kitchen. If they get gross, simply toss them in the dishwasher to clean them.
4. ABLE Karla Belt Bag, $135
This bag is perfect for moms on-the-go. Designed with efficiency in mind, it can be worn around the waist or as a crossbody. Either way, it'll leave your mom hands-free to keep on doing her awesome mom things.
6. MasterClass, Prices Vary
Trying to find a gift for the mom who has everything? A MasterClass could be the perfect solution. With over 100 classes ranging from cooking to writing to sports, there's sure to be something that would pique your mom's interest.
15. Multi-Purpose Natural Cleaner Starter Kit
This is the cleaning kit of all cleaning kits, allowing mom to make her own chemical-free disinfectant spray that kills 99.9% of bacteria in a matter of minutes.
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