Mom, she’s just like us. Mostly because she enjoys nothing more than giving (OK, and also receiving) a thoughtful present. Since we really want to nail it this year—and we’re admittedly already feeling stumped—we rounded up 75 of the best Mother’s Day gift ideas on Amazon. Add them to your cart before you forget.
This easy-to-use jewelry cleaner stick will make her diamonds look so sparkly, everyone will think they’re brand-new.
Like 60 mini facials in one convenient tub.
She can fill it with 12 ounces of water and then collapse it when she needs to make room in her bag.
It’s about time mom learned how to DIY a lymphatic drainage massage.
Just add a bottle of pure maple syrup.
For the mom who loves Sephora but also raves about Marie Kondo.
It’s more than a hair tool; it will buy her an extra hour in the morning.
Yes, it also carries cash.
She might even let you borrow them for wedding season.
An essential oil diffuser? Or a piece of art? It’s actually both.
This light system will help her fall asleep naturally (no melatonin required).
This sleek, space-saving design will fit on her nightstand and look chic whether or not it’s in use.
Add a plant she can’t kill (and don’t forget to print out care instructions for her new green baby).
Just be prepared to discuss the benefits of acupressure at any and all family gatherings.
Gift this with a jar of soothing lavender bath salts—and remind her that she can, indeed, bring a glass of wine into the tub.
She would never buy herself a fancy pen, but she’d definitely put one to good use.
So cute, Mom will keep this on display next to her orchids.
She’ll appreciate the big screen while online shopping in bed.
If she already likes green tea, she’ll love this matcha set.
Scrapbooking just got way more efficient.
There’s no better gift than relaxation.
To rehydrate overly washed hands.
Yoga teachers highly recommend this mat for its no-slip grip.
For catching zzz’s without bedhead (because the silk strap won’t crease her blowout).
Just watch her reaction as she unwraps a new Le Creuset.
A chic mum deserves chic sleepwear.
Because sometimes she really just needs to tune Dad out.
A multifaceted electric kettle for a multifaceted woman.
For floors so clean she could eat off them (without so much as lifting a finger).
Admit it, you don’t tell her enough.
She’ll be the talk of the break room with this lunch bowl.
A necklace Mom will want to wear every day, whether it’s her initial or her first grandchild’s.
So she can turn Tuesday into spa day.
Don’t be surprised if she wears them to walk the dog too.
Chiseled cheekbones, coming right up.
Aka her new housecoat.
She can tie it around her neck, hair, purse handle or wrist—the style options are endless.
The nicest way to stop her complaints about frizzies.
Enable her sustainability efforts (and her coffee addiction).
No explanation necessary.
So much more hydrating than the foaming cleanser she’s used to.
Marathon season is coming up!
Known to make a $13 bottle of sauvignon blanc look infinitely more expensive.
And if she doesn’t finish that bottle of sauv, one of these cute stoppers will preserve it for another night.
No one does laundry as well as Mom.
She’ll think of you every time she looks down.
Just add popcorn and a Disney+ subscription.
Small enough to fit into a tiny crossbody.
Order yourself a pair while you’re at it.
Give her the go-ahead to do nothing for 10 to 20 minutes.
If Mom tosses and turns, a few spritzes before bed will promote restful sleep.
She’ll no longer have to lug a small library on vacation.
Fresh basil pesto, coming right up.
The coolest (and most detailed) way to discover her family’s history.
Chic Chelsea boot styling and a matte black finish are sure to make her rainy days way better.
She taught you how to wash your face—now teach her the modern way.
She can jot things down in this notebook and save notes directly to the cloud. It’s just like magic.
Instant gratification but with a retro twist.
No more hauling giant cases of seltzer home from the grocery store.
This travel bag folds down to practically nothing, so she always has extra room for souvenirs.
Because she rarely gets around to drinking her morning coffee before it gets cold.
Pasta dinner party, mandatory…
…But start with charcuterie.
Barista-level lattes from the comfort of her own kitchen.
Journaling will become her new nightly ritual.
Her slicing skills are about to reach Ina Garten–level perfection.
Like a robe she can wear to work.
For jet-setting moms who aren’t afraid of the middle seat.
Happy hour for your face—with absolutely no hangover.
A Lululemon-like fit, at less than half the price. Seriously—the 7,500 reviews say so.
Offill’s third book is one of The New York Times Book Review’s ten best books of the year, and we bet Mom won’t be able to put it down.
Have everyone in the family add a recipe before wrapping it with a bow.
She might even look forward to this more than her 8 p.m. glass of malbec.
The cutest (and hardest to kill) of all the houseplants.
This is luxury.
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