Finding the right gift for each person on your list can be challenging. But there is one thing most of your friends and family probably have in common: at one point or another, they've felt really stressed out. And chances are, that tension is building as the holidays approach. So what better gift to give than something that helps them de-stress at home? If you know someone who could use a little help letting off some steam, flip through the slideshow below for some great gift ideas that will add a relaxing aura to any home and help your loved ones start the new year off with a healthier state of mind.

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  • Happy Blooming Bath Melt

    A perfect excuse for a long, luxurious and decompressing bath, this will soothe their skin as it gives off a cheery cherry chamomile scent. At <a href=",en_US,pd.html?start=7&cgid=bath-melts"></a>, $6.95.

  • HoMedics Sound SPA Relaxation Sound Machine

    The soothing sounds of nature will help them relax and maybe even sleep better. At <a href=""></a>, $19.99.

  • Soy Intention Candle

    Complete with a positive affirmation to repeat as the candle burns and a gemstone at the bottom, this will give them a shot at a more mystical relief strategy. At <a href=""></a>, $8.

  • Indoor Table Fountain

    The soothing sound of running water gives any room a natural feel and will help keep them calm and tranquil. At <a href=""></a>, $142.40.

  • J. R. Watkins Lavender Room Spray

    Lavender oil is known for its relaxing and calming properties. Help them spray away their stress with this room freshener. At <a href=""></a>, $4.25.

  • Aromatherapy Ocean Mineral Bath Salts

    A relaxing, aromatherapy bath is a sure way to let off some steam and unwind. At <a href=""></a>, $15.99.

  • Potted Butterfly Succulent

    Introduce them to the soothing effects of nature with a zero-maintenance faux potted plant. At <a href=""></a>, $18.95.

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