Peek Inside the 2012 Oscars Swag Bag
"It's an honor just to be nominated!" So say millions of celebs, at least. But no matter what they claim, losing that gleaming Oscar at the Academy Awards can't be easy.
Enter the "Everyone Wins at the Oscars" nominee gift bag. Packed with everything from a bedazzled bottle of hand sanitizer to not one, but multiple exotic vacations, it's valued at over $50,000.
And what's more, only the nominees who don't win an Academy Award will walk away with a gift bag this Sunday. After all, nothing softens the blow of a lost honor like some good old-fashioned swag.
Click through the slideshow to see every single item this year's non-winning nominees will be taking home—and to shop them for yourself. We think this might be the best consolation prize we've ever seen.
Cleanliness is next to godliness. And with $135 bottles of Purell packaged in custom gold bedazzled sleeves, the nominees might as well be deities.
Disaronno's a tasty beverage on its own. But the nominees won't just be given liquor...they'll get a personal bartender and fully-stocked bar for a night at the location of their choice. Let the party begin.
In addition to this glass water bottle, nominees will get a stainless steel snack container, utensil set, produce bag and $200 gift certificate. That's a lot of eco-friendly swag.
Honestly, we'd probably rather take home this famous Southern dessert than a gold statuette.
Nominees will take home $1,000 worth of jewelry from Bamboopink.
A four-night, five-day all-inclusive stay for two at Abu Camp in Botswana? We knew we picked the wrong industry.
This cream is just one item in the anti-aging skincare system the nominees are getting. The whole lineup's valued at $275.
Exotic body scrubs—treat yo'self.
Nominees will be given $500 towards the limited-edition art of their choosing at EC Gallery. We're digging the flamingoes on this canvas.
This makeup brush cleaner will be packaged alongside two Kabuki brushes and an eco-friendly towel for each recipient.
Also part of the evening's swag bag? This tasty box of truffles.
Seyie started her career at Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana, so we're sure celebs will trust her with redesigning their not-so-humble abodes.
L.A.'s only "skin behaviorist," Leaine Dehmer is inviting each nominee to her clinic for a consultation valued at $1,000.
Many celebs wouldn't be where they are today without their furry four-legged friends, so it's only natural they get some swag of their own.
As if those nominees need to get in even better shape.
Each nominee will jet off to this 2,500 square foot suite for a weekend.
They'll also receive a $400 package from CLD Style House stuffed with Spanx, shoes from Luichiny and more.
A-list snack attacks: they happen. These ought to help.
Something to slip into after kicking off those Oscar-night stilettos.
Meanwhile, these will protect celebs' thousand-dollar Louboutins from errant scuffs.
This bathrobe is actually heated from within. Imagine the comfort.
Something lovely to top nominee's one-of-a-kind coffee tables.
So those nominees will never, ever have to deal with a bad hair day.
This luscious lotion's packed with tons of delicious-sounding goodness.
Because even A-listers aren't immune to allergy attacks.
These innovative flatware sets demonstrate portion sizes—but it's hidden in their design.
Stars will be able to choose from an array of acupuncture, acupression, aromatherapy or nutrition consultations.
It's a diet disguised as a vacation!
Apparently, this exotic beverage can turn back the clock.
Nominees will take home $300 worth of gel manicure supplies, including multiple polish colors and a personal LED light.
There's also a $500 Belldini gift certificate in those gift bags.
Perhaps the funniest bracelet with a cause we've ever seen, this one is meant to spread testicular cancer awareness. As if you couldn't figure that out on your own.
Oscar nominees will get one month's worth of unlimited classes at Physique 57, a fitness studio in Beverly Hills.
Fun fact: Susan McCray, the creator of this floral fragrance, is a famous Hollywood casting director.
We actually really want to try this zero-calorie inhalable dessert. No, seriously—we do.
A bag within the swag bag? Of course—and it's designed by tennis ace Serena Williams, no less.
Each month, Organic Soap and Spa will send $200 worth of bath products to nominee's homes based on their scent preferences. And there's even a personal concierge thrown in just for kicks.