Here's your opportunity to treat friends and loved ones with the kinds of considerate items they aren't likely to buy for themselves.
Cubii: Underdesk Elliptical Machine
Talk about multitasking. This mini-elliptical allows workers to exercise while seated at a desk. Be aware, however, that some testers of the Cubii Pro, which we tried out at The Post, bumped their knees (Cubii Jr., $249; Cubii Pro, $349, amazon.com).
Georg Jensen: HK Clock With Alarm
The blue light on smartphones interferes with sleep, but many users rely on the devices' alarms to wake up in the morning. Help them make the bedroom a phone-free zone with this handsome analog clock ($104, finnishdesignshop.com).
John Harrison and Vanessa Whalen: Long Distance Friendship Light
Show someone you care with this long-distance WiFi-enabled lamp. Touch it when you're thinking of them and it will light up. Touch it again, and it will change colors ($170 for a set of two, uncommongoods.com).
Spice of Life: W Fan
Anyone who works or plays outdoors - landscapers, sports enthusiasts, beach lovers, dog walkers - will appreciate this wearable, rechargeable fan, which will keep them cool for up to six hours ($37, thegrommet.com).
Modern Sprout: Unwind Live Well Gift Set
A scented candle, pillow spray and cotton sleeping mask will help the recipient relax, while the lavender, known for its calming properties, grows in its passive hydroponic pot ($50, modsprout.com).
The Herbal Zen: Shower Steams
Is your giftee stressed? Low on energy? Fighting a cold? There's a shower steamer for that. Post testers gave thumbs up to these tabs, which release fragrant essential oils as they dissolve in the shower ($14.99 for 10, etsy.com).
Lunya: Washable Silk Tee Set
Washable silk offers the perfect blend of lushness and practicality. This sumptuously soft sleeping ensemble will keep her relaxed yet extravagantly comfortable without requiring any special care ($198, lunya.co).
Homesick: Ultrasonic Aroma Diffuser and Oils
Homesick, known for candles with scents reminiscent of locations and memories, has added oils and a sleek diffuser. Although Post testers didn't think "Washington, D.C.," smelled like the city, they liked the scents ($89.95, plus $9.95 per 15-milliliter fragrance bottle, homesick.com).
Oral-B: Genius X Electric Toothbrush
If dentists always tell one of your sweets-loving sweeties that they miss spots when brushing, gift them this toothbrush with AI technology that tells them in real time about areas that require additional attention ($219.99, shoporalb.com).
Lululemon: Self-Care Line
Lululemon expands from fitness attire to self-care with these unisex products that won approval from male and female Post testers. They'll take you from the locker room to the outside world feeling (and smelling) your best ($12-$28, shop.lululemon.com).
Jaxon Lane: Bro Mask
Why should women have all the skin-care fun? This hydrating mask has glowing reviews and has won multiple awards. If your recipient is new to masks, there is a YouTube video explaining how to use it ($28 for four, jaxonlane.com).
Hatch: Belly Mask
Hatch Mama is bringing self-care to motherhood with these biodegradable "belly facials." They moisturize and help minimize the appearance of stretch marks and scars during pregnancy and postpartum. ($12, hatchcollection.com).
TechCare: Tens Unit Plus 24 Rechargeable Electronic Pulse Massager Machine
About 80 percent of adults experience low-back pain at some point in their lifetimes. Some patients find relief through transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS), and this highly rated portable unit lets them take that relief with them ($42.95, amazon.com).
Cooluli: Mini Beauty Refrigerator
Perhaps you know a skin-care fanatic who loves the feel of cooled rollers, lotions and serums. This little fridge (10.2"l x 7.7"w x 10.5"h) does the job, and it's adorable to boot. Know someone who prefers their lotions warm? The Cooluli can do that as well ($49.99, cooluli.com).