We curated 12 stocking stuffers for your healthiest friend—and they’re all available with two-day free shipping via Amazon Prime. That means you can order as late as December 22, and your present will arrive just in time for Christmas Day.
While these gifts are absolutely perfect for the people in your life who love to work out and eat well, they’re also versatile enough to have on hand for other last-minute gifting.
Fit Simplify Exercise Bands
Resistance bands are a cheap and effective way to work out at home—perfect for snowy days when trekking to the gym just isn’t happening.
EOS Lip Balm 5-pack
If she’s been running outside in the cold, then her lips have been taking a beating. Treat her to a five-pack of EOS balm, featuring passion fruit, sweet mint, strawberry sorbet, summer fruit, blueberry acai. She’ll be able to keep one in her purse, one in her desk, one in her nightstand…you get the idea.
To buy: $20; amazon.com
Kenz Laurenz No Crease Elastic Ribbon Ponytail Holders (100 pack)
She’ll never be on the lookout for a hair tie again—with these cute and colorful bands, she won’t mind wearing one on her wrist. Better yet, these ties leave no telltale ponytail crease, which means she can go from the gym to wherever her day takes her without having to re-do her hair.
To buy: $13; amazon.com
Fitbit Flex 2
Fitness trackers are one of the hottest gifts of the 2016 holiday season. The sleek Fitbit Flex 2 bracelet tracks steps, distance, calories burned, and active minutes. Plus, it’s waterproof, which means you can wear it swimming or in the shower.
To buy: $100; amazon.com
Chef’n StemGem Strawberry Huller
Hulling strawberries with a knife is tedious; hulling strawberries with this tiny tool is weirdly satisfying. Just press a button to extend a claw, and poof—the strawberry stem is gone.
To buy: $8; amazon.com
Nike Dri-Fit Head Tie 2.0
This lightweight headband is a godsend for women with long hair. The band holds hair securely away from the face during any type of workout, but also pulls sweat away from the hairline, keeping her style fresh throughout even the sweatiest Spin class or hot yoga session. She can spritz a little dry shampoo afterward, and be on her way without having to fully wash and dry her mane.
To buy: $10; amazon.com
Silicone Egg Poacher Cups
Whipping up perfectly poached eggs has never been easier with these pods. Just boil water, crack the eggs into the pods, place the pods in the boiling water, and wait five minutes. That’s it!
To buy: $10; amazon.com
Skullcandy XT Free Wireless Headphones
Earlier this year, Health named the Skullcandy XT Frees one of the best Bluetooth headphones for running. Why? Because they’re comfortable, provide crisp audio, have a long battery life, and—most importantly—they never, ever fall out.
To buy: $69; amazon.com
Hydro Flask Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle
True story: Last summer, a Health editor drove to the beach and left her Hydro Flask of iced coffee in her boiling hot car all day. When she returned, the ice cubes were still intact and the coffee was still chilled. Yes, this insulated water bottle is that good.
To buy: $22; amazon.com
Purell Jelly Wrap Travel Size Hand Sanitizer (5 pack)
This is the perfect stocking stuffer for the germaphobe in your life. The jelly wrap hooks to a key ring, purse, or backpack for easy transport.
To buy: $9; amazon.com
QOCOO Loose Leaf Tea Infuser (2 pack)
Drinking a cup of tea is suddenly more fun when it’s delivered to your mug by a manatee. This gray guy is BPA-free and dishwasher safe.
To buy: $11; amazon.com
OXO Good Grips Handheld Spiralizer
Turn veggies into healthier “noodles” with this easy-to-use device. Works great with zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, and sweet potatoes.
amazon.com: $15; amazon.com
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