Gift ideas for the traveler on your holiday list

Gifts that go with you, wherever you go


Brush up

Finally a fancy electric toothbrush that travels well, the BESTEK M-Care Electric Toothbrush ($49.99) comes with a two-in-one travel case and charger. This FDA-certified high-tech dental cleaning instrument features wireless charging and vibrates up to 31000 times per minute to remove gum plaque from teeth gently and fast. Be sure to pack it in your carry on, to comply with TSA regulations.


That’s the rub

Even if a hotel doesn’t have spa services, guests can still get a massage, Soothe, the Uber of traveling massage therapists. Indulge your someone special with the gift of pampering with a gift card from Soothe.  They can order up a pair of strong hands with a mobile massage table, sheets, lotions, oils and music in 60 minutes with the tap of an app. Add on some Soothe bath salts (3-pack, $30) to make the experience complete. Fees vary based on level of therapist experience and service. Not available in all areas.


Do you hear what I hear?

Every frequent flyer knows sometimes you just want to tune, turn on, and tune out, and that’s when an awesome pair of noise cancelling headphones like the Mixcder E7 ($39.99-$59.99) come in handy. These Bluetooth 5.0 headphones feature deep bass and a built-in microphone, and they charge up in minutes for three hours of playtime, delivering premium HD sound for an affordable price that will be music to your ears. Available in Sunset Orange, Mint Green and Black.


Helmet head

Traveling by bike gives tourists a great way to see the countryside of a destination. Now those who cycle together can hear each other, with Sena’s R1 Smart Cycling helmet ($129). This technologically advanced yet easy-to-use protective headgear features built-in speakers and a microphone, allowing bikers to listen and communicate on the road, up to four riders, using group intercom. Whether riding for fun or training for the big race, this helmet offers comfort and security that will put a rider at ease, and maybe even in the lead. Available in Electric Tangerine, Ice Blue and Black Onyx.

Like oil and water

Traveling by plane, train and automobile can dry out your skin. Give the jet set traveler on your list soothing comfort and refreshed skin with the ODE Skincare collection. With a philosophy that Olive Oil Does Everything, ODE products are infused with the green gold goodness of certified organic olive oil, full of polyphenol antioxidants and naturally-occurring squalene, blended with plant-based essential oils, fruit oils, fruit seed oils, and plant extracts, in formulas designed to cleanse, hydrate, and moisturize the face or dewy, glowing skin. The line is comprised of the Olive Water Face & Eye Cleanser ($36); Oasis Hydrating Tonic ($38); Olive & Citrus Daily Moisturizer ($54); Olive Creambalm Intensive Moisturizer ($60); and Orchard Alchemy Antioxidant Face Oil ($65).

Sock it to me

Give the tourist on your list hours of comfort with Runderwear ($15-$20) double layer anti-blister socks. These stylish high-performance socks are not just great for runners but for anyone who enjoys walking tours, sightseeing, and any activity that involves lots of standing or walking. The line also features compression stockings that can help promote healthy circulation for air travelers.



TAGS: Runderwear socks, ODE skincare, Honeywell T9 Thermostat, Sena R1 Smart Cycling helmet, Mixcder E7 noise cancelling headphones, BESTEK M-Care wireless electric toothbrush, Sooth in-hotel massage