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20 Awesome Products From Amazon To Put On Your Wish List

Cake mix for dogs, Sasquatch poop, an affordable highlighting kit, and 17 other things you'll want to add to your wish list ASAP.

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Psst! Amazon has a section featuring products that people put on their wish lists and registries most often.

Here are some of the coolest and most useful products from that section this week:

1. A rainbow projector that does not include a pot of gold at the end.

Leprechaun sold separately.

Promising Review: "Just like the photos show! To any kid OR adult who loves rainbows, this is such a cute idea and it can be easily set up on a small night stand. There are two options in which the rainbow lights up: all at once, or one color at a time. Very cute. I know several adults who want to purchase one for themselves!" —Dealinthebag

Price: $15.99

2. Before-you-go toilet spray that will leave your bathroom smelling like sugar, spice, and everything nice.

Promising Review: "A must-have for the office. This has taken the fear out of walking out of the bathroom and running into the person waiting to go next! Unlike air fresheners, this actually eliminates the need to cover up the smell left behind when making poopies! Now it smells like I crap out lemon drops." —Kim

Price: $9.19

3. Leggings that will keep the color of your underwear a secret.

Promising Review: "I work at a gym so I know good activewear when I see it. These are fantastic. I recommend them to anyone who comes into the gym and can't afford the super expensive stuff we sell! The pocket is just big enough for a small iPod or a house key or such (not gonna fit your phone). I weigh 180 pounds, am 5'0" and carry most weight in my thighs, so pants like these can be either see through or too tight on the thighs. But these are perfect — opaque and solid, and fit perfectly around my thighs AND waist. I'll be buying more of these for work." —Chassidy

Price: $16.99

4. A bag of Sasquatch poop (milk chocolate covered almonds) collected from Big Foot himself. Yes, he does exist.

Promising Review: "The Sasquatch-lover in my life thoroughly enjoyed these. Aside from it being a nice, tacky gift, she said they taste great!" —illjesstifytothat

Price: $5.95

5. Oil-absorbing sheets that come in the cutest packaging ever. EVER.

Promising Review: "A little goes a long way with these sheets. I absolutely adore how cute this thing is, and I've found myself using a sheet daily. Even though I don't wear makeup every day, I find that I've broken out less when using these blotting papers. If you use blotting paper regularly, I don't see any reason why you WOULDN'T buy this thing. I plan on buying my friend one for her birthday." —AK HOUSTON

Price: $7.99

6. A highlighting kit that is great for any makeup novice who wishes to ~illuminate~ their features.,

Promising Review: "I have an expensive highlight kit, but I reach for this one more often. I have this in the Tan-Dark palette and all of the colors are so pretty on darker skin tones. The palette itself is made so well and feels like a luxury product, while the pans are fairly large. This kit also comes with a liquid pen highlighter that is gorgeous. If you use the liquid highlighter under the powder, it'll really give you a glow. The formula is soft and highly pigmented, very easy to blend, and just melts into the skin. Compared to the Anastasia palette price this is a steal, and I actually prefer it." —BekTriesItAll

Price: $19.99

7. A Pulitzer Prize-winning book that you won't be able to put down.

Promising Review: "Set in World War II France and Germany, All the Light We Cannot See is my favorite kind of novel: long, rich, and populated by a range of imperfect characters. Anthony Doerr brings this wide assembly of individuals to life, moving among them, slowly drawing them nearer one another, fleshing each of them out so that even those we might expect to be stereotypes are much more multifaceted." —Sarah-Hope

Price: $5.33

8. A cross-country board game that challenges you to travel all of North America in just seven days.

Promising Review: "This is an excellent game for two-to-five players, and especially for kids. I was initially put off by the theme and the mentioning of winning the $1 million dollar prize on the advertisement. I immediately thought there would be paper money involved and it would be like Monopoly where I would have to be a banker...yech. But no, I was WRONG. There is no fake money involved! Just little cards with different colors. Easy, but challenging." —Jadecat

Price: $39.95

9. Combat boots for people who are sick of stuffing keys, cards, and cash into their back pocket.

Promising Review: "I wore these shoes to an outdoor party and danced all day and night. They went through rain, paint, and powder, and I was able to clean them off and have them looking like new after. They were very comfortable, plus I was able to secure my money and keys in the side zip. Will definitely get these shoes in other colors." —DoLa Lambert

Price: $25.89

10. A disgusting science kit that includes fake snot, blood, mold, intestines, and more.

Promising Review: "I'm using this kit in my classroom and the students are having a great time with the experiments. As a teacher, I love the interesting facts and the vocabulary. My kids at home want me to get one for them, too. Fun, hands-on learning that grabs kids' attention." —Two of four hops

Price: $14.21

11. A comforter to help you achieve optimum shut-eye and beauty sleep.

Promising Review: "I use this as my daily comforter and LOVE IT. It's comfortable, cozy, and fits perfectly on my bed. I was a huge fan of my previous comforter and took a risk on this product. I've never regretted it. You won't either." —MisterDMU

Price: $38.67

12. A heat-changing mug that is great for all the stargazers in your life. Or, you know, yourself.

Promising Review: "Perfect gift for those who are hard to buy for! I bought this for my husband who enjoys watching the night sky, constellations, the passing space station, and satellites. This mug is fun and practical at the same time. He loved it!" —Jill

Price: $13.95

13. A shadow box to keep your wallet from overflowing with tickets you don't have the heart to throw away.

Promising Review: "I saw this as a lightning deal and it got me thinking of all of the movie stubs and brochures throughout my house, on counters, in drawers, etc. I bought this on a whim and am very happy I did. It is very well made and makes a cute wall feature. I will probably need another one soon!" —Paula Rogers

Price: $26.97

14. Fleece joggers you'll never want to take off.

Promising Review: "These joggers are surprisingly really warm! They're good quality and the sizing is accurate." —Daniel H.

Price: $14.99

15. A peanut butter cake mix for your dog's next birthday party.,

Promising Review: "Made 24 mini-cupcakes for my dogs fifth birthday. They came out great and he loves them! They were very easy to make; the mix made exactly 24 frosted cupcakes. Very pleased with the outcome!" —ZoeyCrag

Price: $6.99

16. A science kit that lets you use recycled material to create a functional, moving robot.

Promising Review: "Nice little robot project for kids to tinker with! Works as it's supposed to and isn't too difficult for young children." —miketheman

Price: $13.97

17. A 2-in-1 shower-head that lets you choose from 24 different water flow patterns.

Promising Review: "This right here is a dual-headed bathing spout, crafted by the Nordic Gods of showering! Legend says that not even Thor, son of Odin, God of Thunder, could wield this shower head's elegant projection of water. Well now, YOU CAN! For just a little under $25, YOU (yes you, ya keyboard punchin', review readin' weirdo!) can purchase this outrageously versatile, water pressure device as a replacement for the piece of crap you call a shower head right now! Purchase this now, and stop showering like a peasant, and rinse like a GOD!" —Derek Chan

Price: $23.99

18. A gift basket filled with throwback candies from the 1960s.

Promising Review: "This was such a fun gift! Gave it to a friend at her 50th birthday party and it was a huge hit. She loved it, and it encouraged everyone to share memories about the different candies that came in the set. There is quite a bit of candy in it, too! Paired this with a nice bottle of bubbly and her gift was ready to go!" —tbard

Price: $27.90

19. Hypoallergenic earrings that won't annoy your skin.

Promising Review: "I am allergic to most earrings, even the ones that say hypoallergenic. My ears tend to swell and get itchy within an hour of putting in most earrings, including gold and sterling. However, I have worn these day and night for months now with no problems at all. I love all the choices in size, the stones are pretty, and the earrings can match anything." —Kasie King

Price: $8.66

20. Elf, for all the cotton-headed ninnymuggins who are counting down the seconds to Christmas.

Promising Review: "This is required holiday viewing in our home! Already watched it once so far while decorating the tree." —Craig W

Price: $7.88

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The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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