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Christmas stockings are often filled with candy, chocolates and a bunch of nick-nacks that you know you'll never use. If you're looking for stocking stuffers that your loved ones will truly appreciate (and use), I've put together a list of ideas to help you out.
This may seem like a stereotypical stocking stuffer destined for the "re-gifting box", but you can't deny that there's something nice about receiving a good scented candle (that's not too perfumy).
Wool socks are a great stocking stuffer that everyone will appreciate, especially when the cold weather hits.
Give the gift of having glowing skin. This trendy beauty product helps tone and tighten skin and reduce puffiness and wrinkles.
It may be a simple gift, but there's something satisfying about writing with a good pen.
If you're like me, you have miniature panic attacks when your cell phone is below 50 per cent. An extra cell phone charger is something that most people will appreciate finding in their stocking.
Because not all bottles can be opened by hand.
Give the gift of a few giggles with a mad libs book. There are books for every age group. I plan to pick up this Snoop Dogg one for myself.
Ever since I started using Canadian skincare line the Ordinary about a year ago I haven't turned back. This gift set has all of the essentials you'll need to keep your skin looking fantastic. Trust me, the person who receives this will appreciate it.
I seem to have a collection of winter hats that I like to rotate depending on my outfit. A beanie is always stylish and will keep you warm during the winter months.
I hate rummaging for coins. Keep track of loose change with a coin pouch.
Help a friend out with their photos with a phone lens kit.
Boomers vs. Millennials - Generation Quiz Pack
Keep everyone entertained this holiday season with a friendly battle between the Baby Boomers and Millennials with this quiz game.
Need more gift ideas? Check out Ling's annual gift guide.