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We all know that person — that friend, partner, family member, or co-worker — who is always fuh-reezing. If you’re looking for the right something to give them this year, look no further. We’ve got toasty, cozy gift ideas to bring a smile to their face (and a bit of warmth to their lives).
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- Cozy gifts for cold people under $25
- Cozy gifts for cold people under $50
- Cozy gifts for cold people under $100
- Cozy gifts for cold people under $200
Cozy gifts for cold people under $25
Found in drugstores all over Japan (and luckily for Americans, all over Amazon), these self-heating eye masks deliver 20 minutes of gentle warmth and relaxation. Simply loop the elastic mask around your ears and the eye pads begin to bathe the eye area in a soothing, subtle heat that calms the optic nerves and feels like a mini sauna for the eyes.
Tie-dye is very in style. Tap into the trend with this cute pullover from an Amazon sensation brand (it's of flight attendant jumpsuit fame).
A dollop of milky froth really takes your afternoon hot chocolate and makes it an event. This milk frother from Bonsenkitchen is light, affordable and a cinch to use.
Rough knuckles and fraying cuticles are annoying cold-weather byproducts. Patchology’s gloves swathe hands in space-blanket-like insulation, confining body heat to warm up the mask and release a hydrating shea-butter-and-coconut-oil essence.
Cozy gifts for cold people under $50
Snuggle up to this stuffed animal that doubles as a heating pad this winter. It comes in six different shapes — from a koala to a dog — and includes a flax seed and lavender-filled pouch that can be removed and warmed in the microwave.
This kit features a few key essentials for staying warm this winter: a thick beanie, cozy socks and a sweet-smelling candle.
Slippers are always a source of joy for the eternally cold, but these squishy dumpling-shaped cuties take joy-sparking to the next level. If you’re kicking it on the couch with Netflix, plug in for an extra boost of heat.
Everyone needs a good pair of leggings (or five) in their arsenal, and the eternally cold people of the world need these: well-made black leggings lined with snuggly fleece on the inside. Add an oversize sweater and winter boots and boom! Instant outfit.
Level up bath time with a non-slip bathtub pillow. Reviewers love this one for its comfy and waterproof mesh material (i.e. not awkward inflatable plastic) and ability to dry well post-bath.
We're several months into stay-at-home life, and it’s quite likely everyone on your list could use a loungewear upgrade. These chic joggers from Amazon house brand Daily Rituals are lightweight but surprisingly warm, with a comfy waistband that doesn’t cut into your skin and a flattering fit that looks pulled-together if worn out of the house.
7. Fondue Pot
This darling ceramic pot, resting on a base made from European white oak, warms up cheese, chocolate, caramel sauce or anything your heart desires in a matter of minutes.
Presenting your cold friend’s new favorite sweater. This slouchy cardigan with cuffed ribs is an excellent pick for Zoom calls, couch time and everything else.
Who says portable space heaters have to be eyesores? Not only does this ceramic space heater have a cute, modern design, it also has three heat settings and an impressively quiet airflow.
The forever-cold person in your life will flip over this electric kettle. It’s a sleek little package — the matte black finish, cork handle and knob, and long slim spout are far more attractive than your average electric-kettle fare — that heats up water in minutes for a cozy cuppa.
Black tea or rooibos powder and a blend of organic spices including ginger and cinnamon make for a warming and delicious pick-me-up. Simply mix with hot water and a splash of milk for a great coffee alternative. Once empty, the colorful tins make great containers for stashing tea bags and other kitchen items.
One upside to being cold all the time? Snuggling up in this seriously giant blanket-hoodie mashup. Made from fleece and sherpa fabric, The Comfy is velvety soft and incredibly cozy. Oh, and if you ever wear it out of the house, it’ll 100 percent double as a conversation starter.
Cozy gifts for cold people under $100
This hoodie is lightweight, stretchy and unbelievably soft (the brand even jokes that this material makes clouds feel like sandpaper). Available in five different colors, this hoodie is also the perfect combination of stylish and comfort. You won't want to take it off — trust us.
There's already a chill in the air, but an oversized scarf like this one will ward off the cold! This chunky piece is made of merino wool and is ultra soft so you can rest assured your giftee will remain warm and comfortable all winter long.
In-house Amazon brand Lark & Ro is a gold mine for great basics that don’t break the bank. Proof? This 100 percent cashmere sweater available in a range of great shades — all for under $80.
This at-home foot bath brings the best part of the nail salon and dunks it right in your living space. Reflexology rollers let you give yourself a foot massage at your own pace and intensity. Epsom salts (and wine) optional.
We promise it’ll be love at first sight for your giftee. (Full-on squeals are also very likely.) Ugg’s crazy-comfy slippers are like fluffy pillows for the feet. They’re indulgent and fun (check out the awesome range of colors and patterns available) but also practical — they keep chilly feet happy and warm.
For the person with 10 little icicles for toes, go for the ridiculously fluffy slipper booties. The crazy-soft Australian lambswool will be a treat every time they pull them on, and the grippy sole means they can even wear them outside the house.
What better gift to give a constantly cold friend than 15 pounds of blanket? YnM’s weighted blanket is made from certified chemical-free cotton and glass beads for an experience that feels like a warm, comforting hug.
Think of Billabong’s fuzzy jacket as a warm blanket with sleeves, pockets and buttons. The relaxed teddy coat made from faux shearling is an easy (and chic) way to face winter chills head-on.
Hundreds of Brooklinen shoppers bestow five stars on the brand’s mega-cushy robe. It’s made from 100 percent long-staple Turkish cotton, meaning that it’s absorbent despite its plushness. (You know how big fluffy towels aren’t actually that good at drying? That’s not the case here.) The certified toxins-free fabric is another perk.
Cozy gifts for cold people under $200
This menswear-inspired flannel PJ set with sweet piping is made for curling up with blankets, a good book and a steaming mug of cocoa. The 100 percent eco-friendly cotton is milled in Portugal and is amazingly soft to the touch.
Does your cold-at-all-times giftee love hot coffee and tea? If so, they’ll really love this temp-controlling smart mug by Ember. Using their smartphone, they can set the exact temperature they like their brew (up to 145 degrees Fahrenheit). The mug’s built-in battery lasts an hour and a half, or they can place the mug on the coaster for a charge that’ll last all day.
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