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It’s beginning to look a lot like Krismas.
This year, the famous family focused on “gadgets and tools” that, per the piece, made their lives “easier or more fun or upleveled their wellness in some way large or small.”
The presents’ prices, however, tend to be on the large side, with Khloé Kardashian’s Pixxie Pocket Projector Portable Mini Cinema ($519) ranking as the highest-priced gift on the list.
Kylie Jenner, on the other hand, will be unwinding with massages instead of movies, as she recommended the Therabody Theragun Prime ($299) for “at-home recovery,” writing, “It just feels so good; everyone loves it!”
Therabody Theragun Prime ($299)
Kris might be smelling the potential for holiday ambiance; she recommended the Aromatech AroMini BT Diffuser Set ($295), which she said “really does create the most beautiful mood.”
While Poosh highlights the set, the brand’s AroMini BT Bluetooth Essential Oil Diffuser ($279, originally $349) is currently 20% off on Amazon.
As for the Poosh founder herself? Kourtney Kardashian selected The Muse 2: The Brain Sensing Headband ($250), a pick inspired by the neurofeedback sessions she’s been “doing twice a week” while “learning about brain health for the past few months.”
“This item is a really cool tool that allows you to get the benefits of neurofeedback at home by analyzing your brain waves to help you learn how to meditate better,” she explained. “I can’t wait for everyone I know to try it!”
Kim Kardashian and Kendall Jenner chose wellness tech as well, with the Skims founder praising the Heat Healer Infrared Heating Body Belt ($228) while Jenner chose the least expensive item on the list: a WTHN Silver Ear Seed Kit ($45).
“I love anything that lets me care for myself holistically, and these ear seeds have so many benefits,” she wrote of the product, which Poosh describes as “DIY acupuncture” resembling tiny silver studs.
While the family cancelled their annual Christmas Eve bash last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they still shot their famous Christmas card; Kris even dropped her own cover of “Jingle Bells,” with Travis Barker on the drums.
Perhaps this year, the pair can team up for another performance of the tune — while wearing brain-sensing headbands, of course.