The 2018 Oscars are underway.
Before the 90th annual Academy Awards, the 25 top nominees and the host will have the opportunity to receive a pretty great swag bag.
The “Everyone Wins” nominee gift bag is not affiliated with the Oscars, but the entertainment-marketing company Distinctive Assets has independently provided nominees with gifts ahead of the big night for the past 16 years.
INSIDER was told this year’s 26 bags would include over $A130,000 worth of goodies that will be sent out to recipients in the week leading up to the show. This year’s items range from an over-$A50,000 Tanzania getaway and a weeklong spa retreat in Southern California to custom jewelry, pepper spray, bath bombs, and toothpaste.
Keep reading to see what the Oscar nominees will receive.
An over-$A51,000 12-night Tanzania Adventure Package for two.
The trip is from International Expeditions. The trips includes a hot-air balloon safari with a Champagne breakfast, a private safari guide, horseback riding, and snorkeling.
Guests will stay at the Serengeti Migration Camp, which has been called one of the top hotels in Africa.
An $A11,450 weeklong trip at the Golden Door spa in Southern California.
The weeklong visit to the California spa includes a private room, a daily in-room massage, skin-care products, a meal plan, and herbal wraps.
The spa donates 100% of its profits to help end child abuse. You can learn more about the spa here.
There’s a six-night and seven-day stay at Koloa Landing Resort at Poipu in Hawaii.
Guests will stay in a two-bedroom deluxe ocean-view villa and go on a zipline adventure and helicopter tour.
The Hawaiian resort is on 25 acres of the island of Kauai and has a spa, two pools, and a wall specifically to lounge back and watch the sunset. You can take a look here.
Ten thousand meals donated to an animal shelter or rescue of their choice by Halo, Purely for Pets that costs about $A10,200.
Donations will be made by November 1. You can read more about Halo here.
Ten personal-training sessions with the celebrity trainer Alexis Seletzky.
A stay at the Avaton Luxury Villas resort in Halkidiki, Greece.
It has 16 villas with private pools and sunbeds. You can see more of the resort here.
A sterling-silver bracelet from Safi Kilima Tanzanite.
It has an adjustable sliding clasp. You can view it here.
A levitating Bluetooth speaker from Modern Innovations.
It can also be used as a standalone speaker without the base. You can read more about it here.
Color-changing lipstick from Blush and Whimsy.
The New Mexico startup has a lipstick that interacts with the temperature of your lips. You can read more about them here.
A pair of soy candles from the candle company Charleston & Harlow.
You can read more about them here.
A 10-piece marble makeup brush set from Inception of Beauty.
They come in a black brush holder. You can view the set here.
A pepper-spray bottle from PepperFace.
Clothes from Happiest Tee.
Each shirt has a location from Malibu to Paris on it and says “Happiest in [blank].” The shirts, crew necks, tanks, sweatshirts, and sweatpants range in price from $89 to $118.
An underarm patch from Dandi that prevents sweat marks.
Reusable face and eye makeup removers from Face It.
High-quality eyelashes from Le Céline.
Nominees get a range of eyelash selections and curlers, applicators, and brushs from different boxes the company sells. Boxes range in price from $A120 to $280.
Makeup from Look Fabulous Forever.
Nominees will get the Prime Collection that comes with three products for older women. It has a primer that prevents makeup from sitting in creases and a face prime for smoothing fine lines. You can read more about the makeup line here.
A limited-edition diamond necklace and pendent from the boutique jeweler Luxura Diamonds.
The necklace contains a Canadian diamond from the Arctic. You can read more about Luxura Diamond’s jewelry here.
A DNA kit that reports on your health, traits, and ancestry from 23andMe.
People can also find others who have similar DNA. You can read more about 23andMe here.
A year’s supply of Healing Saint luminosity skin serum along with a hair-follicle stimulant valued at about $A3,200 that claims to prevent further hair loss.
You can check out its products here.
A Bangarang handmade wooden box filled with 199 cards that have positive actions and quotes.
A donation is made with each purchase. You can take a look at the box here.
Toothpaste that whitens with activated charcoal from My Magic Mud.
The non-fluoride toothpaste is vegan and comes in four flavors. You can read more about it here.
Electric toothbrushes from Quip to go with that toothpaste.
A bottle of Southern Wicked Lemonade Moonshine.
You can read more about the moonshine here.
A bath bomb from PETA.
Each bath bomb dissolves to reveal a fun fact about a previous Oscar nominee or winner who has helped animals.
One-hundred percent pure organic maple syrup from Rouge Maple.
This has been a staple of the bag given out to nominees for the past few years. You can read more about the syrup here.
A sleeve worn on the forearm that you can fill with liquid to stay hydrated on the go from Wetsleeve.
The sleeve is meant to be worn while running or playing sports. It has a mouthpiece on the wrist you can drink right out of. You can read more about it here.
A reusable tote called the Gigantote from The Green Garmento.
It’s meant to be used like a basket and can be used for laundry or storage. You can read more about it here.
Here’s everything else:
- A Mophie charger highlighting a dating app called NeverMissed that will launch May 25. Recipients will get early access to the app.
- A lifetime supply of Oxygenetix foundation and moisturizer.
- A collagen eye mask and eye treatment from MZ Skin.
- Oranges from the delivery app EpiFruit.
- “My Improper Mother and Me” by Esther Fairfax along with private classes with the dancer, choreographer, and barre program leader Jill Rose Jacobs.
- A year of DNA-based skincare from Allél.
- A procedure called the Chao Pinhole surgical technique that treats gum recession along the teeth.
- A sampling of the Mexican soda Jarritos at an event of the nominee’s choosing.
- The newest line of chocolates from Chocolatines.
- A cookbook from Caroline Fleming called “Cook Yourself Happy: The Danish Way.”
- The children’s book “Curlee Girlee,”which empowers girls to love themselves for who they are.
- A gift package of organic, vegan lollipops from Delicacies Candy & Confections.
- Hydroxycut Organic.
- A signature treatment with the celebrity skin specialist and laser expert Debbie Thomas.
- A Justice for Vets coin that serves as a reminder to leave no veteran behind.
- A CD and book on phobia relief from Kalliope NYC.
- Jewelry from Liwu made in Ireland.
- A cosmetic case from MYO.
- A 99 Creative WOWs, Words of Wisdom for business celebrity creativity kit.
- Two noninvasive full-face skin-rejuvenation procedures from Nurse Gigi.
- No. 9 Daily Chemical Exfoliant skin care from Oumere.
- A cleanser and mask from Paiva Aloe, Gorgeous!
- A gourmet pretzel gift box from Posh Pretzels.
- Skin-care products from the startup Proven.
- An herbal tea that claims to help with weight loss from Quincy Herbals.
- Commissioned original art from Reian Williams.
- A stainless-steel lunchbox from Vaya that comes with a shoulder bag.
- Hair-care products from Totalee Hair.
- An antiaging supplement from Age InterventionRX called Youth Blast.
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