Comrade, Luca + Danni
The past two years have been difficult for all of us, but probably not as difficult as the nurses. Every day wears them down, so it’s never been more important to show nurses how much we appreciate them. Whether you’re shopping for an upcoming birthday or holiday or just want to give them a simple thank you gift, one of the items on this list is sure to be appreciated by the nurse or nurses in your life.
Showing your appreciation doesn’t have to be expensive! It could be something as simple as a Starbucks gift card or a meal delivered to work. Many of these gifts are under $10, making them perfect for a sweet surprise for your favorite nurse. If you’re looking to splurge a bit more, however, we’ve also included freebies in the $25-$50 range.
While we’ve included items the medical hero in your life needs, like new scrubs or a good hand lotion, we’ve also added things they might want that have nothing to do with their career. . Looking for something for a special vacation? Be sure to check out our Graduation, Mother’s Day, and Easter gift guides!
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Knee High Compression Socks
These socks might be their new favorite accessory after being on their feet all day. Compression socks increase circulation to the legs and feet to prevent aches and pains.
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heart shaped weighted pillow
This heart-shaped pillow isn’t just cute. It is also weighted to relieve aches and pains.
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A wristband is the perfect medium for carrying and transporting their necessities on the way to work. This can hold an ID badge, license, cards, phone, lip balm, etc., and comes in a variety of colors.
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Insulated lunch box
They most often have to take their lunch or dinner on the go. This handy little lunch box is insulated to keep food fresh for hours and even has a strap to lock in their water bottle or umbrella.
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Stethoscope ID Tag
They’ll never have to worry about mistaking their stethoscope for someone else again!
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It’s far from the most glamorous item on the list, but the moisturizing lotion is a must-have for anyone in the medical field. After washing their hands all day, their skin can become very dry.
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Another essential for dry skin: this smart humidifier. See all of our dry skin saviors here!
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Nurse Bangle Bracelet
This pretty little bangle pays homage to their passion without being too kitsch.
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Essential 5-pocket joggers for women
Chic scrubs, what do you say?! These lovely jogging scrubs are also very popular with nurses at all levels.
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Gift this tumbler on its own or with a coffee gift card or water enhancers for an extra little surprise. We also love this larger version which has a handle.
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Revitalizing Cuticle Oil
They may or may not be able to get their nails done depending on where they work, but that doesn’t mean nail care stops there! This conditioning cuticle oil will keep their nail beds in top shape.
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Blue light blocking glasses
Nurses can spend a lot of time looking over screens, which can cause a lot of eye strain. These highly rated blue light blocking glasses are a favorite.
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Gloves in bottled protective lotion
Nurses’ hands are beaten every day. This protective hand lotion will help protect their skin through every wash by strengthening the skin’s natural protective barrier. It is light and non-greasy and lasts up to four hours.
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Compression pain relief mask
Another gift that will ease their eyestrain? This compression mask that applies gentle pressure to relieve headaches, eye pain and more.
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Midnight Nurse coloring book
Because sometimes the best way to solve it is to color it.
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License set to relax
This set of herbal remedies contains three different blends that promote stress relief and relaxation, something all nurses can use more of.
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Dog badge reel
This badge reel is sure to brighten the day for your nurse and her patients.
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Mini Florence Nightingale Necklace
This beautiful Florence Nightingale necklace would make a lovely graduation gift for the new nurse to remember why she loves her job so much.
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Apple Watch Series 3
They can’t always have their phone on them, in which case an Apple Watch will be their new lifeline.
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Alert And Oriented Sweatshirt
Trust us, the nurse in your life definitely knows what this sweatshirt reads.
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Before patients, after patients Stemless coffee cup and wine glass
This set of cheeky wine glasses and coffee mugs will make any nurse laugh.
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Gel Pen Set
Ask a nurse and she’ll tell you that somehow all her pens are gone. Hopefully this set of four will tide them over for a while and brighten up their day a bit.
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Brief Silk Skinnie Chouchous
If your nurse has long hair, it’s probably taking a beating from bad hair ties. These silk prevent breakage and are easily removed without leaving marks.
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Hospitals can certainly get cold. This cute knit jacket can be embroidered with their title and has plenty of pockets for all their necessities.
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Are you looking for a simple and improvised surprise? DoorDash your nurse (and maybe her colleagues!) to lunch or dinner. They will be over the moon about it.
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AirPods case with AirTag holder
If they live and breathe by their AirPods, they’ll love this case that comes with a tag holder to locate their beloved buds if they ever lose them.
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Silicone Ring Set
Wearing a regular wedding ring can be a bit risky for nurses, which is why many choose to wear these silicone bands instead. This option is available in a variety of colors and patterns.
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Wireless charger and UV sanitizer
Do you have any idea how many germs our phones pick up on a daily basis? Now imagine that in a hospital. They can put their phone in this charger/sanitizer duo when they get home and rest easy.
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LEVOIT air purifier
And on the germs note, give them the gift of clean air at home. This air purifier makes our list of the best!
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