Mother’s Day Gift Guide

With so many women worth celebrating on Mother’s Day (mom, stepmom, grandmother, a first time mom, or the woman who’s been “like a mother” to you), we’ve curated a collection of gifts so that you can find something to suit everyone’s tastes!  Below is just a small sampling of items we suggest for the special ladies in your life.  Be sure to share your own suggestions in the comments below.

Mothers Day Gift Guide Kimberton Whole Foods

  1. Evanhealy Skin Care
  2. Christina Maser Candles
  3. Frosting Company Sunflower Bath Fizzies
  4. Yak & Yeti Clothing, various
  5. Booda Butter Moisturizer
  6. Greeting Cards, various
  7. Mud Works Mugs
  8. SpaRoom Diffusers, various
  9. Alaffia Market Baskets
  10. Pacifica Roll-On Perfume
  11. Kimberton Whole Foods Cookbook
  12. Q&A Himalayan Salt Lamps


Availability varies by location.  Products can be transferred between stores.

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