Looking for gift inspiration? Try my ethical Christmas gift guide for ideas for everyone on your nice list.

Love it or loathe it, it’s that time of year again when we start thinking about festive gifts.  I’ve got some useful guides for ethical Christmas gift ideas for (hopefully) every type of person over the next few days, but as always, if you’re looking for something a bit different try my homemade Christmas gift ideas post or my non-Christmas gift ideas post.

For today’s guide, here are some ethical Christmas gift ideas for the ladies in your life.  I’ve stuck to budget-friendly ideas – all under £50 – and ideas mostly from small UK-based independent makers and shops.

For up-to-date ideas, do also check out my 2021 eco-friendly gift guide.

Ethical Christmas Gift Guide For Her

ethical christmas gifts

Ceramic Teaspoon (£4.50) via Etsy, for brightening up morning coffee.

Terrarium (£26) via Etsy.  How pretty are these?

Bird Spotting Print (£19) via Etsy.  Something to smile at all year round.

Personalised Embroidered Hoop (£20) via Etsy.  As the hoop is made to order do order early!

ethical christmas gift guide

Salt & Honey Hand Scrub (£13.50) via The Future Kept.  A special treat for hardworking hands.

The Modern Preserver (£23.25) via Bookshop.org.  It’s on my list!

Bullfinch Brooch (£15) via Etsy.  Cute is not the word!

Isle of Harris Gin (£35), direct from the distiller.  Delicious gin in an extra special bottle.

ethical christmas gifts

Tolcarne Snood (£40) from Finisterre*, to keep warm and toasty on cold days.

Lambswool Birds Hat (£30) from Etsy, also for keeping warm and toasty.

Personalised Mittens Decoration (£12) from Etsy (there’s a smaller one also available for £6).

Weleda Skin Food (£9.95) from Ethical Superstore.  I use this super moisturising cream everywhere – from wind burnt cheeks to soothing dry hands, knees, and elbows, as a night cream, or for smearing over my kid’s cheeks on cold days.  It’s in constant use.  I have a full Skin Food review here if you need any more convincing!

Also coming up – ethical Christmas gift ideas for men and kids!  Stay tuned!

ps: here’s last year’s ethical Christmas gift guide if you’re looking for more ethical gift ideas.

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