Mother’s Day Gifts from JCPenney

Thank you to JCPenney and ShopStyle Collective for sponsoring this post.

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and these curated gifts from JCPenney will help make gift giving a little more personal and less stressful. JCPenney has gifts that will pamper any special mom in your life!

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Mother’s Day Gifts from JCPenney

Kate Spade New York Perfumed Body Lotion • This is a new fruity & citrus fragrance from Kate Spade.

Coconut Milk Bath Soak • A luxurious and indulgent bath soak with skin-softening organic coconut milk as its base, perfect for hydrating and softening skin.

Spa Haven Foot Bath • Give the gift of comfort and relief to loosen up tight muscles and pain in your feet. What Mom wouldn’t love this?

Slip Silk Pillowcase • I use this pillowcase. It’s gentle and allows skin and hair to glide across the surface, protecting and hydrating skin, and reducing split ends.

Tatcha No-Filter Essentials •  I love Tatcha products! They are a clean beauty brand, and these four are some of their best ones all in one set.

Facial Sauna System • Spa treatments in the luxury of your own home!

Slip Sleep Mist • A mist to spray in your room before bed to create a relaxing and calming environment for sleep.

Liz Claiborne Knit Robe • A pretty lightweight robe for spring and summer.

Fresh Sugar Lemon Bath & Shower Gel • Give mom the gift of luxury with this sweet, citrus-scented shower gel.

LANEIGE Berry Sweet Set • I can’t go to bed without a nice lip mask, and this is one of my favorites.

Sugar Lip Scrub • Treat lips to softer skin with this lip scrub.

Olaplex No. 3 Hair Perfector • A great gift to help strengthen the hair from within, reducing breakage and improving its look and feel.

Any mom would love these gifts; I know I would! Check out all the Mother’s Day gift ideas from JCPenney HERE.

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Beauty For the Heart™– While he (Jesus) was in Bethany, reclining at the table in the home of Simon the Leper, a woman came with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, made of pure nard. She broke the jar and poured the perfume on his head. Mark 14:3

Truth: The woman in this verse is Mary (Lazarus’s sister). She gave her best to Jesus and started a “wave of blessing” that has been going on ever since.

She was a blessing to Jesus, a blessing to her home as the fragrance spread, a blessing to the early church that heard about her extravagant gift, and it’s recorded in three of the gospels. It’s been a blessing to many!

How can we be a blessing today?

Let your beauty shine from the inside out today!

 

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  1. Thank you for these ideas.It made me think of my sweet mom in memory care. She is getting worse and yesterday when my brother visited her, she didn’t know who he was or his wife. She knew he belonged somehow, but didn’t know his name. We are loosing her slowly. Such a sad disease. I lost my dad 23 yrs. ago from a fall from a ladder. So, I know what its like to loose someone instantly too. God is in control in all ways and each of us has our time when He will call us HOME. I think of you today too, Cyndi, as I know you miss your mom even more this time of year, looking toward Mother’s Day. I know you were thinking of her as you wrote this post. Have a great day and night with your 3 grandkids. I know how it is. You do need to eat your Wheaties before they come. 🙂 They have so much energy, but its such a blessing. They say the sweetest things and bring so much JOY. I might be ordering the pink robe for myself. 🙂 Such a good price.

  2. I love this passage about Mary pouring out the perfume… so much significance, but probably my favorite, is that it was a radical act of worship! We often do not get “radical” in our worship…. oh may it be! I want to worship my King and Savior with everything I am, everything I have!!

    Blessings!