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By now, the idea of a subscription box service is far from new. It remains, however, an excellent gift choice because there’s one for pretty much every interest and hobby you can think of. It’s also easy to purchase online and send — no pesky gift-wrapping necessary.
The best subscription services provide unique discovery opportunities, curate high-quality brands, and automate everyday routines to make life easier. We think the following subscriptions fit the bill and should be on your gifting list this year.
With some, you can buy a gift card to apply toward a plan of their choice, while with others you can designate the subscription duration and details yourself.
Find a subscription service gift they’ll love, below.
Looking for more gift ideas? Check out all of Insider Picks‘ holiday gift guides for 2018 here.
Harry’s: the razors and accessories needed for a close and comfortable shave
The gift of a clean, smooth shave is more cherished than you might think. Harry’s full line of shaving products work together seamlessly, and you can customize this combination of blades, creams, foaming gels, and post-shave balms to send to your recipient.
Hint: delicious, healthy waters that kick their soda habit
Fans of this flavored water stock it in their pantries by the caseful. The calorie-, sugar-, and GMO-free water comes in refreshing flavors like mango-grapefruit and blood orange, which they can rotate through with this drink subscription. Anyone who’s bored with regular water but wants to stay hydrated and healthy will look forward to each month’s delivery.
Causebox: products for the socially and environmentally conscious
Causebox curates ethically made, vegan, and charitable products from the top socially conscious brands in beauty, fashion, wellness, home, and art. Each quarterly box has a retail value of more than $200 but only costs $49.95 and has the added benefit of doing good — for artisans, the environment, and your body.
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