The Best Last-Minute Valentines Day Gifts That Can Be Delivered In Time

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Once upon a time, delayingValentines Day shopping until the last minute meant you were walking in the door with a box of drugstore chocolatesand a bottom of the barrelcardto be greetedless than enthusiastically by your wife. But it doesnt have to be that way now, even if youre a world-class procrastinator. Thanks to Amazon Prime and its glorious two-day shipping, you can wait until February 12 and still come through a Valentines Day hero. Of course, Amazon Prime covers millions of items, and you definitely dont have time at this point to look at all of your options.

While we wont claim to have evaluated every single Amazon Prime item, we are confident that among our picks, from a fancy candle to a fitness tracker to a giant piece of candy, youll find a high-quality gift thatll make your wife happy no matter what she adores.

Heard of Jennifer Garner? Yeah, she has great hair and yeah, she uses Virtue. This stuff is dope.

You can buy styling products at CVS. Or you can spring for this set created by Adir Abergel, one of the best guys in the biz. Were not sure if its magic or what, but Virtue always gives her a great hair day.

This instant camera yes, it spits out the photo it takes has a retro aesthetic that perfectly matches its old-school tech.

Whether your wife is more interested in selfies, portraits of the kids, or landscapes, its a great way to create instant souvenirs. It comes with automatic settings, macro mode for tight close-ups, double exposure mode that can capture two images, and bulb mode that makes it easy to capture light trails. Theres even a kids mode thatll let you get clear shots of the little ones no matter how fast theyre moving.

A bath bomb is like a relaxation firework. Instead of shooting off into the night, it fizzes in the tub.

A shockingly high 4.9 stars on over 7,000 reviews makes this 12-pack of handmade bath bombs as close to a sure thing as possible, assuming your wife enjoys a bath every now and again. With scents from lavender to melon, theres something for every taste in this set, and at $27 for a dozen, theyre a great deal, too.

Pay homage to a place she loves with this lovely candle.

Everyone likes a nice candle, but its the personal touch that sets these apart. Homesick offers candles that offer some of the trademark scents of places around the world, from Alabama (road wet from summer storm, blackberries, pecan, magnolia) to Pittsburgh (steel, fireplace smoke, pierogies). Homesick also makes candles around memories like Grandmas Kitchen and Summer Camp. Pick one thats relevant to your wife and shell appreciate it, particularly if she finds herself far from home.

This jewelry organizer is stackable, beautiful, and totally versatile.

The two tiers can be used stacked or separated, and theyre a great way to keep tiny things rings, earrings, broaches, and the like organized. The boxes are lined with a padded base and soft fabric so whatever table or counter she puts this box on wont be damaged.

Perfume isn't the most original gift, but we guarantee she'll love this sensual and ever so slightly floral scent.

Its fresh, alluring and woodsy. And the bottle itself is a showstopper.

A stunner of a bowl that's (almost) too pretty to use.

Made fromstainless steel and coated in epoxy-resin, this scarlet creation can hold everything from fruit to face cream.

The handiest and cutest mini bag you can buy.

A small, over-the-shoulder bag thats perfect for the woman who likes to travel light. Thezippered main compartment that fits a paperback book or small tablet.

If you need an explanation of why this is a great gift ... well, we're speechless.

Because she does it all and looks badass doing it. Like, well, you know who.

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