These small indulgences make tax season so worth it.
Okay, we know if we're lucky enough to get a big tax refund, we're supposed to save it (the experts tell us so). But if the average tax refund is $3,000 dollars, we can save or invest the majority of it, and still use a little bit of it to get the small indulgences we might not normally splurge on, right? That high-end candle and luxe face cream have your name written all over them.
Estee Lauder Perfectionist Wrinkle Lifting + Firming Serum
If a luxurious face serum that really works has been on your wish list for a while now, consider investing in this Estee Lauder Perfectionist serum. It smooths out fine lines and wrinkles—plus makes your daily routine feel a little more like pampering.
To buy: $98; sephora.com.
Buy Yourself Flowers
Fresh flowers are the ultimate treat, so go ahead and pick up a bouquet at your local florist, or better yet, order yourself one from Bouqs without having to get up off the couch. The site has a huge range of modern bouquets that can be delivered right to your door.
To buy: From $40; bouqs.com.
Nordstrom Maddy Mule
KNC Beauty Lip Mask Set
If you've already been on a face mask kick for a few weeks now, it's time to step up your at-home spa sessions with these lip masks. The process of applying them is fun and slightly silly, but their ability to hydrate and plump your pucker is no joke.
To buy: $25 for 5; urbanoutfitters.com.
Diptyque Roses Scented Candle
A Diptyque candle lands at the top of most lists of the ultimate indulgences. The scents are divine—and even the smallest size burns for 20 hours.
To buy: From $35; nordstrom.com.
Parachute Waffle Robe
Choco-Lot Gift Box
Don't wait for someone to surprise you with a box of chocolates, go ahead and order this Choco-Lot gift box for yourself. Bonus: You'll never have to share.
To buy: $65; mouth.com.