The holidays can be the most wonderful time of the year. They can also be the most stressful time of the year. And with holiday stress, comes stressed out skin, so at AHAVA we’ve made holiday gift giving easy this season. In keeping with AHAVA traditions, our holiday collection focuses on the trends of the season and most importantly, features the products you love that help keep your skin healthy, hydrated and smooth.
One trend I love this holiday focuses on the idea of gourmet gift giving, taking gourmet foods and transforming them into these amazing; over-the-top works of art. In keeping with this trend, we’ve taken candy as an inspiration and transformed it into the wrap for our beautifully packaged gifts such as the AHAVA Sweet Treats Gift Set and our AHAVA Sweet Pleasures for Face and Body.
Another trend I’m seeing in store stems from the art world, using collaborations from artists and designers to create beautiful gifts for the holiday season. This year, our collection features the artwork of David Gerstein, a contemporary Israeli artist. His bold, brightly colored patterns have transcended our holiday sets into works of art, pleasing the eyes and the senses.
Our holiday collection features all of our bestselling products to keep your skin calm, cool and collected. Our AHAVA Sweet Wishes Gift Set is a great value, featuring our signature hand, foot and body creams. With the holiday travel season approaching, we’ve taken this opportunity to package your travel necessities into two affordable sets (Sweet Wishes and Sweet Treats), each one customized to your needs on-the-go.
Whether buying a gift for yourself, or your loved one, AHAVA has something for everyone on your list. Wishing you all a healthy and happy holiday season!
Elana Drell Szyfer is the Chief Executive Officer of AHAVA North America. A 20-year veteran of the cosmetics industry, Elana has worked at Estee Lauder, Avon and L’Oreal. She is a graduate of Columbia University and the Stern School of Business, New York University. Elana is on the board of the Women’s Philanthropy Division of the Metrowest Jewish Federation and serves as an Executive Mentor for the Fashion Institute of Technology’s Graduate Program in Cosmetics and Toiletries.