Oprah’s Favorite Things have just been announced for 2022, and if anyone knows what’s good, it’s Oprah Winfrey. This year, the tastemaker has rounded up a highly giftable shopping list that includes categories like travel, kitchen, beauty, self-care and more, meaning there’s something for everyone from her curated selection. And, like previous years, she’s focusing on small businesses — more than 87 are featured on her list this year.
We’ve rounded up our favorite picks from her list below, but you can check out the whole thing over at Oprah Daily.
Style and beauty
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“Some days you need your slippers to go the distance, like from the house to the mailbox,” Winfrey says. “With quilted nylon on the outside and memory foam insoles, this plush pair, perfect for both moms and dads, makes it feel like you’re walking on a cloud.”
$65 $52 at Amazon
As much of an everyday essential as it is a travel essential, this backpack can fold up into a remarkably tiny zippered pouch. As Winfrey explains: “Made from 15 upcycled plastic water bottles fashioned into lightweight, water-resistant nylon, its party trick is that it can fold up into a zippable pouch you can stow away in your luggage, so you have an extra bag.”
$96 at Amazon
“These decadently creamy body butters are hard to beat,” Winfrey says. “They’re so easy to apply and contain shea butter, cocoa butter and royal jelly to hydrate, strengthen and protect skin — including extra-rough spots. Original is scented with blackberry and rose; Rosemary Lavender is calming; and Chamomile & Myrrh and Tupelo Honey are extra gentle for sensitive skin. Split them among you and your friends.”
$29 at Amazon
Oprah and distinctive glasses go hand in hand, and these Peepers are a surefire way to get a ton of compliments, thanks to their striking looks. Think combos of tortoiseshell and green, black marble and more for statement looks all season long.
$40 $32 at Amazon
For the equally tech- and fashion-obsessed, we can’t get over how cute and practical these phone slings are. It even has slots for your credit cards and cash.
$199 at Amazon
Lands’ End has been making solid outdoorwear for years, so when it comes to the elements, the brand literally has you covered. This quilted puffer coat is more quilting than puff, meaning you get all the warmth minus the bulk (and the hood is great for those wet winter days too).
$42 at Amazon
Bubble baths are pretty much the ultimate way to decompress at the end of a long workweek or, uh, a family visit at the house. Gift yourself or someone dear the joy of a great soak with this bubble bath, which is just as prettily packaged as it is wonderfully perfumed, thanks to a blend of natural oils. “Something I know for sure is that you need a generous pour of bubble bath for the best tub experience. I’ve picked Margot Elena’s bubble baths a few times before because the extra-large glass bottles are so gorgeous,” says Oprah.
$95 at Amazon
Sperry’s duck boots have long been a winter essential, but Oprah is super excited about this monochromatic version with some eco-credentials, thanks to a “SeaCycled” nylon upper.
$75 at Amazon
It’s no surprise Dr. Barbara Sturm made Oprah’s favorite things list — a few rounds with this cleanser by the German dermatologist, and you’ll see exactly what she means. Any product from the line is good, but this is a great intro the full assortment, especially as winter’s harsh weather sets in.
$45 $31 at Amazon
These protective turbans help reduce the friction that damages hair and helps to lock in moisture overnight — and there’s literally no effort involved since all the hard work is done by the adjustable knot in front.
$20 $16 at Amazon
Perfect at the under-$20 price point, this trio of reusable makeup remover pads replaces cotton pads (not so eco-friendly) with a washable version that’s easy to use and then wash with the rest of your clothes. The only hard part is picking out which color your friend or family member will like best.
$48 at Amazon
A carryall bag like this is something you can take with you literally everywhere — the gym, work, drinks after work, a dinner date and more. Made of vegan suede and available in lots of pretty colors, at under $50 it’s a true steal.
$40 at Amazon
Give yourself a good scrub with this two-piece set of a eucalyptus sugar exfoliator and a sponge to buff with. “Gloria Williams, aka the Footnanny, has been caring for my feet for years,” says Oprah — and this is part of Williams’ latest launch inspired directly by Winfrey. “She knows I love the smell of eucalyptus, so she made this sugar scrub scented with it. It’s divine!”
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If your gift budget is under $50 or so, you can never go wrong with a candle — especially a Snif one. This seasonal scent is all about pine, apple, rosemary, jasmin, sandlewood and cedar for a festive aroma that never overwhelms (and you’ll get 50 hours of burn time from this 8.5-ounce size too).
$239 at Amazon
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The now classic children’s book is inspiring no matter your kid’s gender, and this “Changemakers” edition gives them a host of under-30 role models like Bindi Irwin, Keke Palmer and more that they can learn about and emulate as they grow up. ““If you read it, you can be it,” notes Oprah in her guide.
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An olive tree is a stunning sight, whether you’re passing by a grove of them or admiring the way a single branch’s silvery leaves catch the glint of sunshine. Now you can gift one of Mother Nature’s most stunning creations with this PlantOGram, which is honestly so much better (and more sustainable) than a bouquet that’ll wilt in a week.
$198 at Amazon
It’s the time of year to say yes to (and gift) all things cozy, and this lightweight-looking but super-warm blanket will deserve a place on your sofa or bed year-round (or on your family member’s or friend’s, if you can bear to gift it away). “This throw is lined in the softest sherpa, but the outside is chic organic cotton that comes in three colors — a cinnamony shade, a cream color and, my favorite, a mossy green,” says Oprah.
$84 $67 at Amazon
This travel bag is a quad of organizers in one: You get two small pouches (one for skin care, one for cosmetics?), plus a case that has a large open space and an interior zipper for storing extras you pick up on your next trip.
$120 $96 at Amazon
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We’re always here for a practical but luxe-feeling $20 gift, and this velvet jewelry organizer is perfect for traveling during the holidays with all the jewelry that goes with the season’s festive looks. But back at home, it’s great as a jewelry box too — and looks great on the dresser.
$45 at Amazon
This handy device is a rechargeable lighter, which justifies the price tag if you think about how many lighters you’ll buy over the course of a lifetime. Not only does the rechargeable lighter come with an LED flashlight, but the fact that we’ll never burn our thumb lighting a candle again is also a very strong point in its favor.
$63.99 at Amazon
Wireless charging is getting more and more ubiquitous, and this sleek wireless pad can juice up your iPhone (or Android/Samsung), smartwatch and headphones in no time flat. And speaking of flat, thanks to its easily portable size, the 15W fast-charging device can come with you when you’re on the go too.
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“Not just your average chocolate chip cookies (though they have those, too!), this San Diego–based business offers fun flavors like birthday cake, red velvet and lemon bar,” Winfrey says. “This 18-cookie pack comes with a mix of its bestsellers, which are baked to order and so soft, ensuring that the lucky recipient gets the freshest possible treats.”
$85 at Amazon
“This set of sauces takes inspiration from traditional dishes of East Africa all the way to Senegal,” Oprah writes in her guide. Her serving suggestions include drizzling the sauces (developed by Jainaba Jeng from the Gambia) over roasted vegetables, blending them into stews or using them with meats for super-flavorful dishes.
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This traditional Italian Christmas cake is airy and light, with just enough sweet — exactly as you’d expect from Roy Shvartzapel, who spent a decade perfecting his recipe. Each one serves up to 12, making it perfect for bringing along to your host of holiday dinners.