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    36 Really Cool Products To Check Out Right Now

    Including an indoor fireplace for s'mores, socks for people who love Friends, and a rocking chair that isn't creepy.

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    1. A clay, fondant, and cookie cutter because your green thumb has grown in the same fashion that your ZZ plant has: in other words, not at all. Give crafts and cakes a ~flowery~ upgrade via this easy-to-use baking tool. No one will suspect it's Toll House.

    flower shaped cookies next to purple cookie cutters

    2. A Taiyaki double pan for whipping up decadent fish-shaped waffles guaranteed to make your mouth water; fill 'em with custard, chocolate, cheese, red bean paste, sweet potato, and the extensive list truly goes on. Reviewers recommend Morinaga hotcake mix for the batter!

    3. A FLIKR fireplace if "backyard fire pit" seems like a reality far removed from the likes of your studio apartment. A dash of rubbing alcohol to ignite the flame turns this into an A+ s'mores station, plus sturdy concrete means it'll *never* tip over...even when you knock your hip against the coffee table on your way up to get water.

    the concrete fireplace

    4. A pack of Friends-inspired socks that will be there for you! Until you chuck them into the washing machine, that is. They will probably vanish into thin air after that.

    5. A dreamy button-up dress perfect for anyone who has "star gazing" on their warm weather bucket list. If you live near a city and can only see smog when you look up, presenting a stunning alternative in clothing form.

    model wearing blue and white cloud dress

    6. A refillable squeeze toy for anyone who can spend hours scrolling through videos of pimples being popped and blackheads being extracted on Instagram. The word "satisfying" doesn't even begin to cut it.

    7. A pack of three-layer cleaning sponges that are the ~cats meow~ for removing caked on tomato sauce from expensive pots and pans. Quirky addition to your kitchen sink aside, these are durable without being so abrasive as to scratch the Le Creuset your mother generously gifted you 10 years ago.

    reviewer holding three brown, blue, and white sponges

    8. A copy of Wreck This Journal, an easy way to bring yourself back to high school weekend spent cutting up magazine photos and collaging. This book includes several fun activities including, get this, a stain log — ones you'll want to celebrate instead of dousing in white vinegar or club soda.

    9. A LilyAna Naturals face cream that reaps the benefits of powerhouse ingredients like vitamins C and E, tea tree oil, soybean oil, *and* aloe vera juice. Slather on this lightweight formula for nongreasy hydration and reduced fine lines.

    the cream

    10. An herb and spice grinder – it uses the ~force~ to crush fresh basil, oregano, thyme, and more into seasonings that will upgrade homemade roasted porg from fast food to Michelin star.

    11. ...and a Baby Yoda night-light for folks like me who can't even brave the dark, let alone a fallen Jedi who wears a scary mask and claims to be everyone's father.

    12. A low-impact Brrrn board that can be slid under your sofa when not in use and can be paired with a corresponding on-demand workout subscription. Who is ready to sweat with equipment that doesn't take up three-quarters of their studio apartment?!

    the same model using their brrrn board

    13. An on-the-go dry shampoo with a powder formula that's *far* superior to the ghosts of aerosol's past. A puff applicator makes it easy to refresh your scalp — all without having to battle a) white residue caked onto your fingertips or b) needing to break out the paddle brush.

    14. A linen wingback chair if you've longed for the comfort of a rocking chair sans the spooky wooden design reminiscent of every horror movie you have...ever seen. No creaks, just chic.

    the green rocking chair

    15. A cross-body bag because it's time to finally retire that $12 purse you bought in your college years and somehow still wear. There's lipstick stains in the inner pocket. The strap is starting to unravel at the seams. It had a good run, but it's time to move on.

    16. A Wilton aluminum nonstick cake pan in the shape of a heart, which means the brownies you just attempted to bake (the batter of which is filled to the brim with random egg shell pieces and the wrong oil) will at least look fantastic.

    a heart-shaped cake

    17. A set of hydrocolloid Peace Out acne healing dots to prevent picking and ~drain~ those zits at maximum speed. In addition to the fact that they just truly work, these transparent stickers also won't leave behind any residue on your pillow (unlike traditional goopy spot treatments).

    before and after photo of model with visible acne on left and visibly less on the right

    18. A set of Swedish dish cloths truly divine for wiping up spills, saving you a ton of $$$ (they can be thrown in the wash when dirty), and cutting down on waste because you won't have to purchase more paper. So in other words, a total win.

    the Swedish dish cloths

    19. A smart basketball from DribbleUp, an interactive way to play sports *and* get ye old sweat glands working. It connects directly to a smart device, includes live and on-demand classes, and is a heck ton of fun.

    20. A Kopari hydrating body wash for complexions that are d-r-y. This vegan formula enlists the help of coconut water, organic aloe vera juice, and sea kelp to deliver moisture that won't irritate even *the* most sensitive skin.

    the body wash

    21. An assorted set of iron-on patches to the tune of a ~great outdoors~ theme for denim jackets, jeans, and even masks that will make your clothing and accessories look entirely unique. *opens an Etsy shop*

    22. A customizable apéritif kit made from real, delicious ingredients that will make their bar cart feel a thousand times more luxurious. Choose from the following four flavors: citrus flower, rose rosé, bitter clove, and lemon lavender.

    the clear bottles

    23. A set of two ceramic mugs complete with a furniture-friendly cork coaster bottom and a splash-proof lid, the latter of which is important if you (like me) have gone to take a sip of coffee and just...missed. Ruining the clean white sweater you just threw on.

    24. The Adventure Challenge, a book on a mission to save your Friday nights henceforth. Here's how it works: Each ~activity~ is concealed with icons to indicate length of time, prep-work required, etc. Simply scratch off the boxes to reveal an out-of-the-box plan — complete the activity, write a blurb about it, and stick on a printed photo.

    the three books

    25. A tube of CeraVe retinol serum that recognizes that acne doesn't stop at breakouts; the scars they leave behind are equally as frustrating. This affordable product is gentle enough for sensitive skin (retinol = some pretty powerful stuff), but remains effective at evening out discoloration. All hail, honestly.

    reviewer with visible scarring on left and less visible scarring on right

    26. An organic shaped oyster turquoise ring sure to make a statement on your digits whenever you slip it on. Manicure-less nails and mauled cuticles? Don't worry about it. The only thing that'll matter is this gorg accessory.

    model wearing the turquoise rings

    27. A TokyoTreat box, curated snackies imported from Japan that include the likes of everything from DIY candy kits and peach parfait KitKats to ginger tempura chips and the iconic Asahi Melon cream soda.

    28. A three-pack of color drip candles to turn the act of a birthday wish come true into a work of Picasso proportions. Reviewers swear that all you'll need is an empty wine glass (or old candelabra) to begin your foray into art.

    reviewers drip candles in antique candelabras

    29. A stainless-steel bartender kit so you can accomplish your goal of mastering a complicated cocktail, because this contains everything you'll need on your journey to becoming a professional mixologist. And an extra perk: It comes with a bamboo stand that lets each tool sit atop your bar cart in style.

    30. A volumizing hair mask packed with the likes of watermelon seed oil, quinoa, and rice protein for lots of body with *none* of the greasy weigh-down. It costs $3 and has got enough product for up to three uses, which means one application = $1.

    the mask

    31. A bottle of La Tourangelle white truffle oil because read my lips: homemade salads that don't suck. A light drizzle of this luxurious White Alba truffle blend adds a flavorful punch to any meal or snack... because you thought baguettes were good before? Get ready for your life to be altered forever.

    the oil

    32. A splurge-worthy Always Pan that surpasses even the excessive amount of Instagram hype it gets. This snazzy kitchen gadget replaces eight pieces of cookware, weighs only 3 pounds, comes with a steamer basket and spatula nester, and is *truly* nonstick.

    33. A plant-based Tide Purclean laundry soap raved about by reviewers with sensitive complexions. This has a delightfully subtle honey lavender scent that won't lead to irritation, plus the eco-friendly packaging is designed with 50% less plastic but still holds enough liquid for 72 loads. Someone call Kermit and tell him it *is* easy being green, please and thank you.

    reviewer using detergent spout

    34. Organic dryer balls made from 100% wool, because why not further enhance the bliss that is fresh laundry? These adorable hypoallergenic penguins will leave your laundry wrinkle- and static-free, plus they'll leave all clothes and linens feeling softer and fluffier than ever.

    35. A high-leg swimsuit made from a slick and thick material that looks like it would cost upwards of one billion dollars and come from a ritzy boutique but shhhhh, it’s shockingly super affordable.

    reviewer wearing the orange swimsuit

    36. A collapsible treadmill sent from heaven for folks with apartments the size of a shoebox. This bluetooth-compatible machine folds neatly under your bed when not in use, plus it makes for an easy way to get in your steps if the weather outside is best described as freakin' frigid.

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