Christmas is the time to take a step back, relax and spend time with your loved ones. Here we have selected the most interesting gift ideas if you are looking to find something a bit different to give out this year. You can find luxurious natural cosmetics inspired by the pure Arctic nature, exciting Nordic delicacies and other specialty products for every taste. Get to know the selection and give your loved ones the gift of Arctic wellbeing! ❤️
Christmas time starts from Arctic Pure
We at Arctic Pure come from the land of Santa Claus, snow and the northern lights. Christmas is our favourite time of the year and we wish to make it special for our customers as well. Therefore we have put together an exciting selection of Nordic specialties perfect for Christmas gifts. We have gathered here a few suggestions for cool and unique gifts:
Start your Christmas preparations from Arctic Pure and shop the gifts of wellbeing for your loved ones or for yourself!
Christmas gifts and the legend of Santa Claus
Did you know that Santa Claus, or Father Christmas, is originally from Finland? Depending on the culture, Santa’s home has been said to be the North Pole, Canada, Greenland or Dalarna in Sweden. Of course we at Arctic Pure know that the real home of Santa is Korvatunturi. 😉
Korvatunturi (Ear Fell in English) is a fell located in the Finnish Lapland in which according to Finnish folklore, Santa Claus (Joulupukki in Finnish) is said to live with Mrs. Santa Claus and the Christmas elves. This is where you can also find Santa’s secret workshop in which elves help Santa to make Christmas presents for all the children in the world. Some people say that the ear-shape of the fell (according to which the fell has got its name) helps Santa to hear the wishes of every child in the world. Santa leaves Korvatunturi each year on December 23 to give out the gifts to the children of the world.
Letters to Santa can be sent to the address Joulupukki/Santa Claus, 99999 Korvatunturi. All letters with this address will be delivered to Santa Claus Village in Rovaniemi, Finland, where Santa Claus’s office is located.