Full moon products to help you make the most out of the lunation

Anyone else looking for a cute mason jar for their moon water? We've got you covered

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Time to stock up on these full moon products if you're looking to make the most out of the next lunar phase

The September 2022 full moon—aptly titled the Harvest Moon—will set the sky aglow one day after Mercury retrograde begins, and you might want to have a few goodies on hand in the event you need a little astrological assistance. 

This is the time for culmination, so embrace whatever la bella luna has in store for you. Even better news? Astrology gifts never go out of style, so feel free to use these items for every full moon going forward.

The best full moon products

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Mason Jars


Ball Regular Mouth Pint 16-oz Mason Jar
$6.99, £19.32 (set of 2) 

If you're thinking about a splash of <a href="https://www.myimperfectlife.com/features/what-is-moon-water" data-link-merchant="myimperfectlife.com"">moon water to help you connect to the celestial energy, might as well make your glassware as cute as possible! This classic mason jar comes with a lid and band.



Triple Protection Bracelet
$24.99, £13.99

A combination of Hematite, Black Obsidian and Tiger's Eye, this bracelet serves as one of our favorite <a href="https://www.myimperfectlife.com/features/crystals-for-protection" data-link-merchant="myimperfectlife.com"">crystals for protection. Black Obsidian, in particular, focuses on authenticity, which is exactly what you're looking for during this moon phase, or any for that matter. 

"It can protect you by revealing truth and integrity or some form of authenticity," astrologer and crystal enthusiast <a href="https://noushjoon.com/" data-link-merchant="noushjoon.com"" data-link-merchant="myimperfectlife.com"" target="_blank">Noush previously told My Imperfect Life. 


Psychic Sisters Protection Crystal Set
$23.45, £11.99

Considering this set has been individually blessed with moon magic and reiki energized, you're going to want to have it handy for the next full moon. Gemstones include Obsidian Heart, Howlite, Tiger's Eye, Clear Quartz, Bloodstone, Amethyst and Jasper.



The Astrology Diary 2022

It's not easy to keep track of all the <a href="https://www.myimperfectlife.com/features/astrology-events-in-2022" data-link-merchant="myimperfectlife.com"">astrology events 2022 has to offer, so take notes about transits, retrogrades and moon phases—and how you're feeling during them—in this cosmic-themed notebook. 


Papier Moons & StarsLeather Notebook
$55, £37

Journaling is an excellent way to keep your thoughts in one place while the lunation occurs, and we think a cute, starry notebook is the best way to stay organized.



Magnificent 101 Full Moon Candle
$19.99, £24.99

Strike a match and set your intentions with this Aromatherapy candle that's perfect for your full moon rituals of clearing, protection and blessings. Includes a mixture of calming fragrances like lavender, sandalwood and sage herbs.


Anecdote Candles Astrological Storming

With a touch of apple and pear combined with base notes of sandalwood and incense, Anecdote Candle's astrologically-inspired product is a must for this lunar phase. 

Have you made your shopping list yet? When you're done adding to your cart, do be sure to have a giggle with our favorite full moon memes to keep you laughing well into the transit's final hours.

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