These Valentine's Day Gifts For Her *Look* Hard-To-Find (But They're On Prime!)

by Cat Bowen

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and that stresses out pretty much everyone in a relationship. What's the big plan? What's the appropriate gift? Thankfully, we all carry around a gigantic and convenient shopping mall right in our pocket, and it's open 24/7: The Amazon Prime app. There's no need to fret and worry about what to get your significant other, because the best Valentine's Day gifts for her on Amazon Prime are much more unique and thoughtful than you'd expect of presents coming from a retail giant.

I hate shopping. It's a full-on sensory overload of glaring displays and intrusive staff as I wander through the aisles. Before long a crippling sense of indecision takes over my entire body. Not the best state of mind to be in when making purchases. Somehow, the serenely detached shopping experience of Amazon Prime is more comfortable for me. I don't need to talk to the cashier, and no one is judging me for what I'm buying. Also, the returns could not be more straight-forward in the event my gift misses the mark.

However, I will admit I'm a pretty spectacular gift-giver, and the gifts I found on Amazon Prime will win you some serious brownie points if you buy them for your partner. But at the very least, please make sure to choose the gift wrap option at check out if you live together. Keep the mystery and all.


A Delicate Necklace

This necklace is both jewelry and a wish. Do you remember making wishes on dandelion seeds, blowing across the cottony blossoms in the spring? Now those seeds are kept close to the heart by way of this lovely sterling silver and glass necklace.


Bath Bombs A Plenty

Bath bombs are the bomb, but they can get kinda messy (and they can be kinda expensive). This kit has 12 full-sized bath bombs for under $30, made with Shea butter and natural botanicals. That's a steal.


Cereal Marshmallows

This is an amazing gift that anyone with any sense of nostalgia would love. Also, who on earth would buy two pounds of cereal marshmallows for themselves?


Toss them on your coffee, cocoa, or oatmeal, or just eat them by the handful. They're what we all need right now.


A Better Cocktail

A great cocktail is a beautiful thing. A crappy cocktail is just your own sadness mirrored in your beverage choice, looking at you from cut crystal. Don't let that happen to your loved one. These craft bitters from Strongwater add just the right pep to your mixed drinks, giving them a topnote of orange and bitter herbs.


Art Upgrade

There are tons of beautiful fine art pieces available on Amazon Prime, like this one titled "Intimacy on Display," ($30, Amazon). They range in price from $15 to roughly the cost of a mid-sized home in a Midwestern city. I suggest a nice print and gorgeous frame in a price point affordable for you.


A High-End Throw

This is a gorgeous, soft, luxurious throw blanket or wrap that is as warm as it is light. Imagine cozying up with this late at night, or as you run errands. It's a real show-stopper of a gift.


Sustainable Sparkle

You might not think of Amazon as a fine jeweler, but... well, why not? These diamond studs have all the sparkle and beauty of naturally occurring diamonds, with none of the ethical implications. It's a win/win.


All The Good Hair Days

This Revlon tool is a life-changer. It detangles as it straightens, and makes the hair silky smooth and oh so shiny. It could not be simpler.