NeverWet is a seemingly magical spray that claims to completely repel liquid from any surface.
2. Hot Ponez
This is basically just six hair ties in one. But you better be a professional hairdresser if you plan to use one because it’s not easy.
3. Stretch Genie
Stretch Genie stretches shoes. It’s a combination of spray and what appears to be a version of the thing all cobblers use to stretch shoes: a shoe horn.
Never trust something with the word “genie” in the name.
4. Air Curler
For the girl who uses an actual curling iron and thinks, “If only this were somehow easier but less effective.”
Even the footage proves that product is nothing but a hair dryer with a bucket on the end.
5. Kymaro Body Shaper
Like Spanx but somehow even less appealing.
The full-body corset you’ve been waiting for! Conveniently, it will be concealed by none of your clothes.
6. Tag Away
This product claims to relieve you of bumps and boils “harmlessly” and “without pain.”
7. Easy Curves
This is kind of like the Shake Weight. Only possibly more pointless.
8. Bust Up Cups
Don’t let the fancy CGI demo fool you — these are just bra pads.
9. Ahh Bra
The bra designed to banish muffin top of the back. Sexy!
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