If you and/or your loved ones care about using non-toxic and organic products, then I’m sure they will appreciate getting a stocking filled with thoughtfully chosen products that are good for their health and that of our home planet.

So whether you’re looking for natural and organic stocking stuffers, affordable & budget-friendly gifts, or gifts that can be easily shipped through the mail, I’ve got you covered. Below are a bunch of sustainable stocking stuffer ideas and small gifts that are ethically made, eco-friendly, and non-toxic. I’ve included options for babies, kids, teens, and adults!


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Featured Image Credit: Pottery Barn

Before We Get to the Eco-Friendly Stocking Stuffers… Here’s Where to Find Organic Cotton Stockings!

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Pottery Barn Personalizable Wool Stockings

Before you buy your stocking stuffers, you might need to get a stocking to put them in! Here are a few brands that carry Christmas stockings that are made from (mostly) natural and organic materials:

  • Pottery Barn (personalization available; they have a variety of wool, cotton, and polyester stockings and we recommend the ones pictured above, which are made out of 100% Fair Trade New Zealand wool)
  • Chunki Chili (organic & conventional cotton, wool, personalization available)
  • Little A Creative (linen & cotton, personalization available)
  • Vivaterra (wool)
  • Will & Atlas (100% cotton)
  • Celina Mancurti (linen & cotton; personalization available)
  • Ferm Living (100% organic cotton)
  • Smallable (organic cotton outer, polyester inner stuffing)
  • Anchal (organic cotton / upcycled saris)

25 Ideas for Eco-Friendly & Organic Stocking Stuffers in 2023

Now here are some of our favorite small and lightweight products and knick-knacks that make great environmentally friendly stocking fillers for the whole family!

Star Wars Bar Soaps

For an eco-friendly stocking stuffer for the Star Wars fan in your life, consider a few of these themed bar soaps! Made from sustainably sourced natural oils and other non-toxic ingredients, they come in scents like “Dark Side Scrub” and “Only Hope Soap.”

Price: $32 (4 pack)

Peppermint Lip Balm


Ditch the petroleum-based chapstick! These organic lip balms are great sustainable stocking stuffers for just about anyone.

They’re crafted with organic ingredients like shea butter, beeswax, and essential oils that work to hydrate and restore moisture to lips. They’re cruelty-free, made in the USA, and USDA certified organic.

I personally like the peppermint one (it’s more Christmas-y, right?!), but they also have a superfruit variety as well.

Price: $10 (3-pack)

Rainbow Streamer

This rainbow streamer is made with 100% pure mulberry silk and a natural birch wood handle.

In addition to the Rainbow Streamer, Sarah’s Silks offers lots of other Waldorf-inspired like dress-ups, wooden toys, silk swords, and lots more.

They have minis and longer ones, which make great eco-friendly stocking stuffers for kids of all ages.

Price: $10-16

And here are more ideas for non-toxic toys for kids, toddlers, and babies.

Rainbow Keychain

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MagicLinen is one of my favorite brands for tablecloths, bedding, robes, loungewear, other textiles made out of natural linen. Everything is made in-house out of 100% European flax, and it’s OEKO-TEX certified as well. As a part of their zero waste initiative, they have a lot of little accessories, many of which make for some excellent affordable gift ideas.

I think this boho-vibes rainbow keyring would make a for a great natural stocking stuffer!

Price: $14.40

Evergreen Eye Cream from Jackfir

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Technically, this clean skincare brand is targeted towards men, but I totally use and love it!

Their 3-piece Face Kit is great, but the eye cream would make for a great non-toxic and eco-friendly stocking stuffer. It’s EWG Verified and formulated with ingredients like antioxidant-rich albizia julibrissin bark extract(!) and pinus strobus bark extract to help depuff, smooth, and brighten the look of the under-eye area.

It’s also certified vegan, fragrance-free, ophthalmologist approved, and safe for contact-wearers.

Price: $48

Organic Rattle Doll

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HOW cute are these sustainable stocking stuffers for the littlest ones in the family?!

These Waldorf-inspired baby rattles are handcrafted in Germany out of organic cotton fabric and natural wool filling.

You can get a banana, a lemon, a chili pepper, a peapod, a carrot… or all of them!

Price: $24

Bath Soak

Primally Pure’s Bath Soaks are made with organic and relaxing ingredients like epsom salt, french green clay, essential oils, and more. They offer two scents: Sea Soak (Detox & Soothe) and Flower Bath (Balance & Soften).

The 6 oz packets are an especially great idea for fitting into a stocking, but you can get a 16 oz jar instead if you want! (Plus, your giftee could re-use the jar when they’re done with it, making it more of a zero waste idea!)

Price: $12 (packet) – $34 (jar)

Non-Toxic Finger Paint


These fun, non-toxic finger paints come in four bright, naturally derived powders that are comprised of food-safe, non-GMO ingredients (including potatoes, rice, and beans) and pigmented with organic fruit and vegetable extracts. Just add water!

Great for use with brushes or when your little artists want to get hands-on. Recommended for ages 3 and up.

Eco-Kids also has a bunch of other fun little arts & crafts that would make great natural and eco-friendly stocking fillers, too—like eco play-doh, beeswax crayons, and more.

Price: $19

YumEarth Organic & Allergy-Friendly Candy

Candy is always a great stocking stuffer that you can throw in basically anyone’s stocking—kids, teens, and adults alike.

Created by families for families, YumEarth makes organic and allergy-friendly candies that are free from the top 8 allergens: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustacean shellfish, wheat, and soy. They’re made with natural ingredients and never include high fructose corn syrup, artificial dyes, or GMOs, so you can just focus on the yum.

Price: $5+

Shop YumEarth at: YumEarth.com (that link will get you $10 off your first order of $20 or more) | Hive | Thrive Market | Walmart | Target | Or find a local store

Here are more options for organic Christmas candy!

Organic Cotton Baseball Cap

This unisex, minimalistic, and high-quality baseball cap is made by one of my favorite brands for non-toxic loungewear and activewear!

It’s made out of 100% organic cotton twill and features an adjustable strap and a vintage, broken-in feel. Available in Natural or Black, it’s great for daily wear!

Price: $48

Aromatherapy Eye Pillow

Etsy is a great place to find aromatherapy eye masks that are handmade out of natural materials like organic cotton, linen, lavender, and flax.

Here are a few makers to check out:

Price: $9-36

Hand / Finger Puppets

Um, how adorable are these eco-friendly stocking stuffers!?

Cuddoll’s collection of hand and finger puppets are made by artisan moms out of GOTS certified organic cotton (plus some polyester fill in some parts). They’ve got bees, lions, dogs, unicorns, mice, and more!

Price: $32+

Organic Coffee Sachets

Have you ever tried coffee sachets before? They’re basically like tea bags, but with coffee. So they’re great for taking on-the-go!

One of the reasons why I love Purity Coffee specifically is because not only is their coffee certified USDA Organic Certified, Smithsonian Bird Friendly, and Rainforest Alliance Certified, but it’s also independently tested for toxicants like mold/mycotoxins. For folks like myself who a) are sensitive to mold, and b) drink coffee regularly—this is very valuable!

Price: $10-11 (5-pack) before discounts

Use code THEFILTERY20 for 20% off your order.

Safari Teether Blanket

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Another idea for eco-friendly stocking stuffers for the youngest members of the family, these super cute safari-themed teether/blanket combos are made out of natural materials like 100% organic cotton crinkle muslin and GOLS certified organic latex.

Price: $15

Blooming Lollipops

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Check out these beautiful, all-natural, and handmade botanical flavors on seed-filled sticks! These flavor combos include things like lavender-lemongrass and strawberry-basil. When you’re finished, you can plant the whole stick to grow the herb or flower.

Price: $20

Organic Hot Chocolate

What’s the holiday season without some hot chocolate?!

This functional hot cocoa mix from Clevr is made with yummy and nourishing ingredients like gluten-free organic oatmilk, coconut cream, cacao, functional mushrooms, and more.

OR, if you want a more “normal” hot chocolate powder (for yourself or for the kids), you can grab a container of Equal Exchange’s USDA organic and Fair Trade hot chocolate from Target!

Regenerative Cotton Socks

If you ask me, socks are always a great environmentally friendly stocking stuffer idea—they’re practical and I feel like everyone always needs new socks!

These ones are made from natural brown organic cotton. There are no dyes used on these socks – the plant fiber is naturally brown. The organic cotton is grown, spun, and knit in the USA. They’re also available in standard white cotton and tan and come in both women’s and men’s sizes.

Price: $30 (3-pack)

P.S. Conscious Step is another great option for organic socks — they have options for kids and lots of fun colors and prints! Oh, and these organic reflective socks are a great idea for the cyclist in your life!

Organic Undies

Rolling up a few pairs of fresh undies and putting them in a stocking is always a good idea, too. Pact is one of our favorite brands for organic and fair trade underwear for men, women, and kids. They come in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles—and they’re affordable, too.

Price: $14+

Use code THEFILTERY15 for 15% off full-priced items.

Plastic-Free Hair Ties / Scrunchies

KOOSHOO carries several different colors and varieties of scrunchies, headbands, and ponytail holders that are GOTS certified organic, plastic-free, zero waste, biodegradable, Fair Trade certified, and cute! I think this is a great eco-friendly stocking stuffer idea for teens and pre-teens.

Price: $11-$16

Non-Toxic Makeup Minis from Beautycounter

Beautycounter (one of the best places to get high-quality makeup without toxic chemicals, if you ask me!) has some great options for mini holiday gift sets this year!

For the “Under $50” category, they’ve got a Lashes & Lips Duo (which comes with a reusable makeup bag), a Shimmer & Glow Duo (highlighting powder and cream shadow), a super cute Mini Gloss Vault (which comes with three different shades of lip gloss), a Brighter Days Skincare Set (facial toner and serum), and a Good Scents Hand Cream Trio (which pretty much everyone needs in the winter).

And they’ve got even more options if you want to spend little more.

Price: $36+

Lotion Bar

A moisturizing “body stone” (aka lotion bar) would make a great natural socking stuffer as well. Kate McLeod’s stone’s might be the most popular, and for good reason. They just feel so luxurious!

My personal favorite so far is the Sleep Stone, but she has a wide variety of options, including unscented. She uses skin-nourishing and non-toxic ingredients like
cocoa butter, avocado oil, coconut oil, and more.

Choose between a Starter Kit (which comes with a bamboo canister), a refill (just the stone), or a mini.

Price: $12 (mini) – $45 (Starter Kit)

Wooden Slingshot

natural stocking stuffer ideas for kids

This slingshot toy is made out of maple hardwood and comes with 10 rainbow colored felt balls for slinging around!

It’s made in the USA by Bella Luna Toys and is recommended for kids ages 7 and up.

Price: $18

Organic Dog Treats

Throw some organic dog treats into the stocking of your favorite dog lover. These ones from Grandma Lucy’s are oven-baked in an actual bakery using organic, human-quality ingredients. And they’re suitable for all breeds.

Price: $1 (on sale) – $14


organic stocking stuffer ideas

Check out these Chagaccino drinks, which are made out of just four ingredients: Wild Foraged Chaga, Organic Peruvian Cacao, Organic Ceylon Cinnamon, and Monk Fruit.

You can just mix the powder packet into the drink of your choice (black coffee, espresso, or even black tea), add some milk if you want, and turn it into a scrumptious adaptogenic latte. Plus, it’s vegan, keto-friendly, gluten-free, sugar-free, non-GMO, and free from both natural and artificial flavors.

Price: $30 (10 pack)

Non-Toxic Vegan Lip Gloss for Kids

Prim & Pure is one of our favorite non-toxic makeup brands for kids and tweens. They have things like mineral eye shadows, nail polish, deodorant, gift sets, and more. Their lip balm and glosses make for great stocking stuffers They’re all made in the USA, vegan & cruelty-free, and made with minimal safe, transparent, and non-toxic ingredients.

Price: $5

Bee’s Wraps

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Add some reusable beeswax food wrap into the stocking of someone who loves to save food and hates to waste. These are a great alternative to plastic wrap and plastic baggies.

These are made with organic cotton and natural beeswax and can be used for so many things—from saving half an avocado to taking snacks to work and more. Another great zero waste gift idea!

Price: $5+

P.S. Here are some more non-toxic alternatives to plastic Ziploc bags!

I hope this guide has helped you find some good non-toxic, organic, and eco-friendly stocking stuffers for your loved ones. And I hope you and yours have a lovely holiday season this year!

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About Abbie

Abbie Davidson is the Creator & Editor of The Filtery. With almost a decade of experience in sustainability, she researches and writes content with the aim of helping people minimize environmental toxins in an in-depth yet accessible way.

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