Gift Guide: 10 Super Indulgent Holiday Beauty Buys

From coconut bath soaks to gold glitter polishes, 'tis the season for the royal treatment.

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Beauty for Real
Maintaining a holiday glow can be tricky after a second glass of good cheer. Beauty for Real makes it simple with a cheek tint and illuminizer duo in a handy swivel compact. $29 at Beauty for Real.
Blades Natural Beauty
No eye cream can duplicate the effects of a good night's sleep. Packed with relaxing lavender and flax seed, this hand-made silk eye pillow--produced in collaboration between Jessa Blades and Cara Piazza--is a beauty must-have for coping with holiday stress. A $35 at Blades Natural Beauty.
Bunny Butt Apothecary
Not only are these jet black soap bars from Bunny Butt Apothecary aesthetically striking, but they come packed with clarifying charcoal and raw shea butter--exactly right for pampering ravaged winter skin. $6 at Etsy.
Deborah Lippman's party-perfect glitter polish comes in a shimmery gold hue that can be layered over other lacquers. For an instant pick-me-up, all you'll need to do is look at your nails. $20 at Catbird.
Earth Tu Face
What to give the beauty addict who has everything? A multi-purpose balm that can do anything. This skin stick by Earth Tu Face can be used to heal chapped lips and parched skin, and comes loaded with geranium to fade scarring and vetiver for cellular healing. $34 at Earth Tu Face.
Herbivore Botanicals
Holiday chaos can be curbed with a few scoops of this skin-softening soak by Herbivore Botanicals. Boasting ingredients like raw coconut and vanilla, you may be tempted to sprinkle a bit into your hot cocoa. $28 at Herbivore Botanicals.
The perfect gift for those prone to indulgently steamy showers, Le Labo's Rose 31 shower gel is made with a mix of Vitamin E, olive leaf extract aloe vera, and flaxseed extract. $50 at Barneys.
If you haven't heard of Paw Paw ointment, you need to make more Australian friends. This cult beauty fave is formulated with papaya fruit to treat everything from sunburns to chapped lips to healing tattoos, and makes an especially handy gift for frequent travelers. $30 atNet-a-Porter.
The perfect pick-me-up for the holiday party circuit, Ole Henriksen's "truth serum" uses Vitamin C to repair skin damage and deliver major glow. $72 at Sephora.
Nothing says "treat yourself" like an Oribe hair masque. Designed for seriously stressed tresses, the brand's Signature Moisture Masque uses Keratin protein and sunflower seed extract to pamper tired hair follicles. $59 atNet-a-Porter. - Blair Pfander
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