Vegan Valentine's Day Gift Idea: Vegums Complete Set of Vitamins

Vegan Valentine’s Day: 6 Ways to Celebrate it in Lockdown

Valentine’s day is just around the corner and with lockdown 3.0 in full swing, you might be a little stuck for romantic ideas this year. For anyone riding solo or celebrating with a loved one from afar. This day of love can be just as special whilst staying safe at home. We have decided to give you 6 ways to celebrate your (vegan) Valentine’s Day in lockdown.

1. Bake some Vegan Valentine’s Day Treats

Baking in lockdown is very on-trend. Remember we all went wild for banana bread. They do say that food is the way to someone’s heart. Baking sweet chocolatey treats will be sure to have hearts melting. We may have no one to share them with, this just means there’s all the more treats for you!

Vegan Valentine's Day Treats: Plate of chocolate brownies with scattered hearts and vegums gummy bears.

2. Zoom Call your Loved One(s)

Let’s face it we’re all well and truly zoom called out. Despite this, it’s a great way to stay connected to one another. Although we wish we could be with our loved ones at this time; engaging in a virtual date helps bring the magic to life. Alternatively simply giving your loved ones a ring on the phone helps bring you closer together.

3. Create a Playlist you Love

Host a karaoke zoom party Valentine’s special! Sing along to your favourite tunes virtually with friends or solo. You don’t have to be the perfect vocalist to feel the benefits of singing. Letting out a song releases endorphins (those feel-good chemicals) to the brain. Karaoke is great fun and beneficial for your well-being too.

Vegan Valentine's Day: Both people show each other a red heart, which represent the love they have for each each other.
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4. Dress up in your Favourite Outfit

Take Valentine’s day as your perfect excuse to whip those joggers off, you’ve been wearing for months, and jump into your favourite outfit. You’d be surprised what dressing yourself up can do for serotonin levels. If you don’t fancy getting all dolled up. Try putting on your best pair of pyjamas. That way you don’t have to compromise on comfort.

5. Create a Home Spa using Vegan Cosmetics

Indulge in some relaxation and use this time for some much-needed self-care. Heck, we deserve it. If you’re a single pringle this is a great one for you too. Treat yourself to a bubble bath, face mask and general pampering. Essential oils and bath salts are superb for relaxation. If you’re looking to make it a little more romantic, light some candles or use some rechargeable candles for a more eco-friendly option.

Vegan Valentine's Day: Relaxing bath with flower petals floating on the water and an abundance of plants surrounding.
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6. Cook or Order a Vegan Valentine’s Day Feast

Flocking to restaurants may be out the window, but don’t let that put a downer on your day. Bring the restaurant to you by dining in at home. Either cook up a storm or simply order a takeaway. If you’re missing a particular dish from your favourite places to dine. Why not try recreating it yourself!

Product shot of vegums gummy vitamins in a Valentines theme. Vegums products can be offered as a  Vegan Valentine's Day gift.
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There’s no reason why this year should be any different. Valentines might be a little overrated. Be that as it may, showering the people we care about with love has never been more important. If you’re looking for an endearing gift then our complete set is perfect for Valentine’s day. Seductively sweet our gummies are a real treat for yourself or a loved one.

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