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Movers and Shakers is a list of products on Amazon that are currently rising in the ranking. This week: a curling wand, vanilla bean ghee butter, and Sushi Go.

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Amazon has a list of products called “Movers and Shakers,” which is pretty much just fancy talk for things that are currently ~trending~.

Here are some of the coolest and most useful things found on the list this week:

1. A deep dish cuddler for your four-legged friend. You know, for when you're not smothering it with attention.

Do yourself a favor. Look at all the review photos. You're welcome.

Promising review: "This cuddler is known as 'The Pink Thing' and I've emailed photos of my white cat, Isaac, in 'The Pink Thing' to all friends and relatives. I bought it for him as a desk bed since he's determined to keep me company when I'm working. I just pick it up, Isaac inside, when I move from one desk to another in my house. He barely looks up. It's like he's returned to the womb — eyes contentedly closed, kneading furiously, purring. Thank you for an unexpectedly plush and wonderful place for my sweet animal to spend his days!" —P. Dean Robertson

Price: $27.99 / Available in seven different colors.

2. A curling wand that'll give you the perfect waves, even though it's not beach season. Yet.

Promising review: "How am I just discovering this beautiful secret for $20?!? So easy to wrap pieces of your hair around the wand, hold it, and slowly pull down to have celeb status hair." —Lindsay Alessandra

Price: $24.62

3. A bottle of apple cider vinegar — a cult product that can be used for breakouts, cleaning, cooking, fighting aliens, etc.

The alien one isn't guaranteed, but highly likely.

Promising review: "I have always had stomach problems; bloating, poor digestion, and an all around yucky feeling in my stomach. I started drinking a tablespoon every morning and night with water and sometimes lemon juice, and I can't believe how much better I feel. I rarely have stomach problems now, and if I feel too full, I drink some apple cider vinegar and I immediately start feeling better." —Andrea Jones

Price: $9.29

4. A makeup organizer that will make it so much easier to actually keep your makeup organized. Swoon.

Promising review: "This set is beautiful and convenient — any girl with a makeup collection that's tired of using a stuffed makeup bag should DEFINITELY purchase this! It's so worth the money and you won't regret it." —Silvina826

Price: $13.99

5. Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451 — a masterpiece that belongs on every bookshelf.

Promising review: "Ray Bradbury is an excellent writer of the future — I have to admit to the fact that his future is starting to feel like our present times. Great book. Amazing writer." —Sierra Peters

Price: $9.84

6. Clear umbrellas that will make you want to sing and dance in the rain. Gene Kelly style.

Promising review: "I used this umbrella today in gusty winds and rain. El Niño arrived to California yesterday and we haven't seen this much rain in years! I can say that this really held up well. The bubble shade creates a shield around me. The only problem with this umbrella is that it makes me feel like a horrible person, because I cannot offer to shield anyone else from the rain." —Ellie

Price: $26

7. An adorable dress that is perfect for any fancy munchkin soirée.


Promising review: "My daughter looked so beautiful at her Father-Daughter dance — she loved it!" —Lydia Lebel

Price: $6.99—$16.99. / Available in sizes for six months—eight years. / Also available in 13 other colors.

8. Non-stick, heat resistant spatulas that are great for cooking. Or making slime.

Promising review: "These spatulas are the best — they're easy to clean and don't scratch any of your pots and pans. I won't ever buy anything else after having these." —Patricia Trusler

Price: $8.99

9. A card game that includes adorable (and drool-worthy) illustrations. Soy sauce not included.

Promising review: "Our family loves this game! It's simple to learn — keeping score is also simple, so no one minds being scorekeeper. You quickly learn that you have to make strategic choices (dessert? wasabi? chopsticks?) in your card selections; these selections can make or break you, depending on which cards are dealt in successive rounds and what your opponents choose. Our 5-year-old plays as a team member with mom or dad, and has just as much fun as the rest of us! I'd highly recommend this game to any family looking to add to their game collection." —Microq

Price: $9.99

10. A leave-in conditioner that says goodbye to frizzy, tangled, heat-damaged hair days.

Promising review: "I have been buying this for years and nothing compares! My hair is never dry or brittle, unless I switch to a different brand! My hair is so soft and manageable!" —Christina Rodriguez

Price: $14.84

11. A spreadable ghee butter that has a hint of vanilla bean. Oh em ~ghee~.

Promising review: "Oh my gosh! This is my favorite ghee — it tastes like vanilla pudding! I put this in my coffee and on my oatmeal...I will be a lifelong customer of this product." —A.A.D.

Price: $10.88

12. A full-coverage bra that will hold the girls in, plus is super comfy...AKA is a miracle.

Promising review: "This is one of the most comfortable bras I've ever worn, plus it keeps the girls up. I purchased this style two years ago and finally had to retire it — and there was no other thought in my mind than to repurchase this bra. The fit is great, the band stayed elastic way beyond the years of other bras I've owned, I've never had an issue with the wire coming out, and it kept it shape through many machine washes." —Jessica

Price: Starting at $15.91. / Available in sizes 34B—34D.

13. A card game that is listed in the description as "the worst game ever made." Ouch.

"You did it! Congratulations! World's worst board game! Great job, everybody!"

Promising review: "Warning: This game is not for anyone without a sense of humor. This card game has a feel of 'would you rather,' where one person draws a card and reads a scenario with three options for answers. Your friends place one playing card that they think your answer will be. Whoever correctly guesses the answer gets a card with a cartoon on it that says #winning. This is the best $25 I've spent in a long time and is well worth the price. Very solid cards, not cheap or flimsy." —Craigiemoto

Price: $25

14. A waffle maker that will turn you into the type of person you've always wanted to be...the kind who makes breakfast.

Is a life without waffles worth living?

Promising review: "This makes an impressive waffle! It is easy to use and easy to clean." —Ju An

Price: $17.88

15. A three-quarter sleeve shirt that adds a trendy touch to a basic tee.

Promising review: "So happy I bought this top! It's one of my go-to shirts because it's so versatile — it goes well with jeans, leggings, and skirts. The fit is beautiful, true to size, and comfortable." —Synfulglamour

Price: $15.49. / Available in four other colors.

16. Mademoiselle Chanel: A Novel will help you understand the woman behind the iconic fashion house.

Promising review: "This is a well-researched, deeply felt biographical novel. Although I'm no fashion maven, Gortner's insights and his desire to create an accessible, reachable Coco — a Coco who was not always accessible even to those she loved and who loved her — is a testament to his talent as a writer. Beautifully written, very much in the moment, this is a first-class piece of historical fiction." —Ilysa M. Magnus

Price: $1.99 on Kindle. / $9.99 in Paperback.

17. A slim wallet that will hold your cash and cards without getting too bulky. Goodbye, bulging wallet-in-my-pocket.

Promising review: "This is an excellent, well-made, and high-quality wallet. The small size lets it fit comfortably into my pant or coat pocket, but is designed to still easily fit my everyday needs." —Jersey Chris

Price: $11.99

18. The complete DVD series of Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! for all you meddling kids.

Better than Scooby snacks.

Promising review: "I have fond memories of Saturday morning cartoons in the '70s. Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! was my favorite and the only show the whole family would watch together. During commercial breaks, we would each name who we thought was the villain was and wait anxiously for the mask to be removed. Fast forward 40 some years — we've gone 'old school' and brought the joy of Scooby and the gang into our home, thanks to this complete set of the original series. It's a huge hit with young and old alike!" —T. Cauffman

Price: $39.96

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

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