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Oprah's Favorite Things 2021 List Celebrates POC- and Women-Owned Businesses: Here Are Our Top Picks

Oprah Winfrey’s annual Favorite Things List is here, and this year, her latest holiday gift roundup has a great angle: As opposed to shopping from big brands, Oprah’s top picks for 2021 all come from small businesses, women-owned brands and products created by people of color.

The 2021 gift roundup, featuring 110 items spanning a wide range of categories, including pets, kids, kitchen, tech, beauty and home, truly has something to offer everyone. The list has options for every budget, from the Crayon Case's $12 iShadow palettes to larger splurge items such as the $200 handheld UV sanitizing wand that will make cleaning surfaces like your phone, computer and laptop a total breeze. And between commemorative shirts that honor change makers like Rosa Parks and 18-karat gold vermeil-coin necklaces featuring portraits of powerful women including Cleopatra and the Queen of Sheba, there are plenty of gifts to celebrate more than just the holiday season.

Every single item on the 2021 Oprah’s Favorite Things list is available on Amazon. Most are available with free shipping for Amazon Prime members.

BET has selected 15 of our favorite items from Oprah’s Favorite Things List. Keep reading below to shop our top picks.

The Urban + The Mystic - The Love Bowl

The Urban + The Mystic - The Love Bowl

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Rose quartz is the stone that symbolizes unconditional love, so what better gift to give this holiday season? Whether the recipient is a seasoned crystal collector or simply craving something beautiful to rest on a shelf, Winfrey has determined these polished stones to be “definitely display-worthy.”

$80: SEE IT ON AMAZON


UBAH HOT Hot Sauce collection

Top model Ubah Hassan’s hot sauce line has a level of spice for you. In this African-inspired sauce trio, ruby is low heat, emerald is for spice fans and yellow is for total spice fiends. Perfect for the amateur (or professional) hot sauce curator, Winfrey raves that any of these sauces “instantly elevates even the simplest meal."

$60 AT AMAZON


Saysh One sneaker

The Saysh One sneaker is a lightweight sneaker crafted to best fit the shape and form of the female foot. These shoes come from Allyson Felix, the most decorated American track-and-field Olympian, and the design of the shoe is partially inspired by the lines of a running track. These sneakers are made to be a comfortable and supportive everyday shoe, one that inspires the women who walk in them to “stand up for yourself."

$120 AT AMAZON


Barefoot Dreams Cozychic ribbed hooded robe

Known for ultra cozy robes and blankets, Barefoot Dreams landed a spot on Oprah's list yet again, this year for a "yummy-feeling" Cozychic ribbed and hooded robe. Winfrey maintains that the "roomy fit" and ribbed material and hood "up the cozy factor," making the unisex bathrobe "a guaranteed crowd pleaser."

$158 AT AMAZON


Philips One rechargeable toothbrush by Sonicare

Electric toothbrushes are a popular Christmas request for a reason. Winfrey, a Sonicare devotee, chose this travel-friendly rechargeable smart brush not only because it "uses micro-vibrations to ensure a complete clean" but also because it features a two-minute timer, "so brushing isn't cut short." An added bonus? The under-$25 toothbrush (perfect for a stocking stuffer) comes in a sleek carrying case.

$25 AT AMAZON


Beast Blender and Hydration System

The brain behind NutriBullet designed the Beast, a countertop gadget that not only blends smoothies and silky beverages, but also creates fruit-, veggie- and herb-infused spa water. The ribbed blending vessel also doubles as a bottle with the help of an included drinking lid.

$185 AT AMAZON


Beekman 1802 hand cream set

The New York-based goat milk beauty brand Beekman 1802 name may sound familiar; it recently nabbed headlines for transforming its upstate boutique into the fictional "Schitt's Creek" Rose Apothecary. "Did you know that goat milk has a similar pH to human skin?" Winfrey says. "I didn't. But what I do know for sure is that hands could use extra love these days." She suggests you wrap up this trio of gentle, scented creams, made with goat milk sourced from family-owned farms around the country, for your friends and family.

$45 AT AMAZON


Tovala smart oven

Plenty of kitchen gadgets earned spots on the roundup, including this Tovala smart oven that kept Winfrey's BFF Gayle King "fed through isolation," according to the publisher. "You can scan the barcode of a grocery item and the oven will adjust its settings to cook it," she writes.

$240 AT AMAZON


Sigma Beauty Essential Travel Brush set

Always a great gift for the holidays, these makeup brushes from woman-owned vegan cosmetics brand Sigma Beauty got Winfrey's approval this year. She likes that this synthetic fiber brush kit includes "everything from foundation application to eye lining to blending" and also that "the pieces snap together in a totable case."

$69 AT AMAZON


Aura Carver Luxe smart photo frame

"Why pick just one photo to frame when you can select an infinite number?" Winfrey points out, adding Aura's latest Carver Luxe smart photo frame to the list. Gift this "digital memory-keeper," which enables family or friends to upload photos and videos via the Aura app and send them directly to the frame, "so you can easily share fun life moments no matter how far apart you are."

$179 AT AMAZON


Essentials Catch wireless charging stations

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Oprah brought back Essentials wireless charging pads for another holiday season. However, this year she chose a new linen finish, which "looks beautiful on a nightstand." Choose from three sizes, starting at $40 for the smallest. "The small size is great for travel, medium can charge multiple items, and the large one can juice all your tech at once, plus it has a tray for jewelry and other odds and ends."

SMALL SIZE: $40 AT AMAZON

MEDIUM SIZE: $80 AT AMAZON

LARGE SIZE: $100 AT AMAZON


Bose Sleepbuds II

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Give the gift of sound, as well as sleep. "Drown out a partner's snoring or listen to white noise at night" with Bose's latest noise-cancelling earbuds. "They are so darn comfortable— even if you sleep with your ear smushed up against the pillow," Winfrey maintains.

$249 AT AMAZON


Musee Women of Change bath balm bundle

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Oprah raves that Musee's "whimsically packaged paraben- and sulfate-free" Women of Change bath balms are giftable for "kids and kids at heart." Paying tribute to powerful female figures, including Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Frida Kahlo, each box contains five balms and matching magnets. "I also like that the Mississippi-based company makes it a point to hire people with disabilities, those in recovery, or those who need a second chance," she notes.

$45 AT AMAZON


GreenPan Reserve cookware set

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Winfrey endorses this GreenPan Reserve cookware set, noting that the nonstick pots and pans are "durable" and come in "fantastic" colors," including chocolate truffle, blush pink, light yellow, mint julep and oxford blue. "With a special ceramic nonstick coating that requires little to no oil, they encourage health-conscious cooking, retain even heat, and won't release unhealthy fumes," she adds.

$350 AT AMAZON


All of Us Crayons' the Rounds Skin Tone crayons

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Gifts that inspire creativity keep on giving. Winfrey points out that this All of Us Crayon's skin tone-colored set is "extra special" because it celebrates diversity. "When Sabine Joseph's daughter asked her to draw a picture of her grandmother, Joseph couldn't find a crayon that matched her beautiful brown skin. So she created these eight to represent the beauty of all skin tones," Winfrey says.

$23 AT AMAZON

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