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100 Acres Relax Bath and Body Oil contains a soothing mix of almond and jasmine oils (£20, 100acres.co.uk).
Want to build up your coding and electronic skills? Then this DIY Gamer Kit is for you (£65, techwillsaveus.com).
Give your front door a fresh feel with Oliver Bonas’s new Neon Block Stripe doormat (£16, oliverbonas.com).
The monthly subscription Fitty Box comes filled with fitness products and healthy foods. Sign up (£29, fittyldn.com).
This cropped denim biker is the perfect addition to your spring wardrobe (£119, guess.eu).
To mark the centenary of his birth, Harry Bertoia’s classic 1952 chair has been reissued (£228, conranshop.co.uk).
Davines Prep Shampoo washes away any residue left by styling products (£19.00, liberty.co.uk).
Art and craft
House Of Hackney x William Morris’ new Artemis print is pure opulence (£128 per roll, houseofhackney.com).
Filled with spinach, kale, ginger and cucumber, Plenish’s Boost juice will keep any lurgy at bay (£4.95, waitrose.com).
Diptyque Eau des Sens is as punchy and energising as a glass of fresh orange juice (£60, diptyqueparis.co.uk, available 1 March).
Anthony Vaccarello’s Lancôme palette makes light work of spring’s blue eyeshadow trend (£38, lancome.co.uk).
Tuck this chic blouse into a leather skirt or tailored trousers for all occasions (£42, intimissimi.com).
Attach the TrackR bravo to everything from your keys to your bike – and never lose them again (£24.95, johnlewis.com).
Infused with rose, Golden Star’s Mei Kuei Lu Chiew wine is a twist on cocktail hour (£20.39, wingyipstore.co.uk).
The chunky chain detail on the front of this sandal/boot is a key trend for spring (£159, dune.co.uk).
Twisted but compelling, The Butcher’s Hook is coming to a book club near you (£9.99, itunes.apple.com).
Don’t forget Mother’s Day this Sunday – Bloom & Wild’s flowers by post are your friend (from £30, bloomandwild.com).
Part of the Drift collection, this is the modern take on a cocktail watch (£235, uk.calvinklein.com).
St Tropez’s Gradual Tan Tinted Everyday Lotion provides instant colour that builds with use (£15, boots.com, available 1 March).
These pigeon-grey bowls are crying out for a place on your table (from £39 for four, falconenamelware.com).
He Named Me Malala is a funny and insightful peek into the life of the Nobel Peace Prize winner (£9.99, itunes.apple.com).
This suede brown tote can also be worn cross body; work it with denim for full effect (£150, timberlandonline.co.uk).
Fix dodgy manicure mistakes with Cheeky’s Stand Corrected Perfecting Pen (£12, urcheeky.com).
Gail’s Hot Cross buns are “so gooey they don’t need butter” says Stylist foodie Jenny (£1.50 each, gailsbread.co.uk).
Update your classic grey marl sweatshirt and say hello to this off-duty hero by Whistles. Team with a pair of sport luxe joggers (£75, veryexclusive.co.uk).
From Danish interiors brand Bloomingville comes this rather natty gold brass grater (£10, objectstyle.co.uk).
PG Tips has created peppermint, fruit-infused and green tea capsules for your coffee machine (£2.79, ocado.com).
One night only
NPW’s mask sachets lay out your Sunday pamper session in three easy steps (£8, urbanoutfitters.co.uk).