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    38 Products For Anyone Whose Aesthetic Is "Cozy"

    I mean, my bath game has clearly been lacking.

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    1. An expandable and adjustable wooden caddy tray that even has a designated spot for your wine glass. Picture a fizzy bath bomb and perhaps a good show streaming on Netflix, perched on a sturdy surface that guarantees your laptop won't suffer water damage.,

    Promising review: "I was so nervous about ordering this. I have a huge bathtub and I was worried it wouldn't fit — but it does. It's incredibly sturdy and I can safely put my Macbook Air 13" on it and enjoy my bath. the wine glass holder is wonderful and the cellphone holder is perfect, but I have the 7Plus (Iphone) so i do have to remove it from the case in order to fit it into the holder as I have an incredibly large phone. It expands and shortens nicely and is very user friendly." —Jesse

    Get it from Amazon for $34.99.

    2. A hanging hammock chair so you can *finally* create your very own cozy reading nook. Take a deep breath and envision it with me: a cozy blanket, a cup of coffee, and a paperback thriller in the below.

    reviewer photo of a white hanging hammock chair

    Promising review: Perfect addition to our nursery. I never liked rocking chairs/gliders so decided to look for a hammock chair and stumbled across this one as it came with the needed hardware. My husband quickly installed it (the hardest part for us was finding the stud as the stud finder didn’t work well). He sat in it first to test out the sturdiness and he even mentioned how comfy it was. So in love with it!" —Nika

    Get it from Amazon for $59.99.

    3. A fuzzy sweater lauded by reviewers for being ridiculously cozy and soft. For a more chic version of your favorite fleece pajama top, *this* is just the ticket you've been scouring the internet for.,

    Promising review: "I am obsessed with this sweater. I’ve had it for two weeks and I’ve worn it almost every day. True to size, fuzzy and warm, doesn’t shed at all. Long enough to wear with leggings! I would recommend washing separately, as any lint or fuzz will stick. Bought it in black for now, but will be coming back to buy in every color!" —Megan Lynch

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in sizes S-XXL and in 18 colors).

    4. A Moroccan tassel area rug made from a delightfully cozy fabric, aka your piggies will feel like they're walking on a cloud with every step.

    the white carpet with black designs
    Rugs USA

    Promising review: "It is incredibly soft but well made. There's no shedding at all, and the tassels lay beautifully. The color is more of a charcoal grey and not black like I thought, but I love it even more. Goes with everything!" —Megan G.

    Get it from Rugs USA for $49+ (available in 12 sizes, five shapes, and six colors).

    5. An electric S'mores maker to bring the great outdoors into the comfort of their own home. This unit comes equipped with two stainless-steel roasting forks and will get them a perfectly toasted marshmallow every single time.

    Promising review: "Amazing s’mores! My fiancé loves s’mores so I thought this would be a great birthday gift. We plugged it in and it works perfectly. Heats up fast and makes a perfect marshmallow." —Dakota N.

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    6. Tapered pants made from an ultra soft double-knit fabric, but here's the real hero when it comes to these bottoms — these babies are wrinkle-resistant. You can easily sleep in these, roll out of bed, and be ready for an early AM meeting.

    model wearing the gray pants

    Get them from Everlane for $68 (available in sizes XXS-XXL and in two colors).

    7. A Glossier Mega Greens Galaxy Pack to hit the reset button on breakouts and greasy t-zones: white kaolin clay draws out the gunk residing in your pores while vitamin-rich leafy greens and antioxidants nourish your complexion. Tl;dr, this fights excess oil without making your skin feel overly dry.


    Promising review: "I can't believe I haven't tried this product sooner! I also love the moisturizing moon mask, but seeing as I have combination/oily skin, this mask works wonders for my acne and detoxes my pores. I have very sensitive skin and have only been using about once week, and haven't had any irritation to report. Going to start using it more frequently since its one of the few masks that has actually visibly reduced my acne and redness after using!" —Shelby

    Get it from Glossier for $22.

    8. A supremely cozy pom pom blanket you'll genuinely use all 👏 the 👏 time 👏. Weekends spent rewatching The Office and all one million hours of Harry Potter are about to get so much better.

    Three fleece blankets with pom pom edges

    Promising review: "My husband, dog and I all really love this blanket. The color is as pictured and as soft as described. The pompoms are sewn on really well and I don't think they will fall off. I have already washed this a couple of times and it has come out good as new. The material does not mat in the wash and drier and quality is outstanding." —ShortcakeBun

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99+ (available in 15 colors and five sizes).

    9. Cravory Cookies so delicious, you'll want to eat all 12 treats in a single sitting (fair). Here are all the individually-wrapped flavors that come in the box: birthday cake, chocolate chip, cookie monster, lemon bar, salted caramel cream, and red velvet. Two of each. I am drooling at the thought.

    Promising review: "So happy these cookies are available on Amazon! They are my favorite in San Diego — I even had them at my wedding! Shipping was super fast; they came the next day." —Kate

    Get a pack of 12 from Amazon for $35.99.

    10. A Shea Moisture Hydration Intensive Masque Hair Treatment to provide moisture *and* definition with a powerful concoction consisting of mafura oil, shea butter, baobab oil, African rock fig, and honey. This affordable BB is step one to healthier hair and an at-home trip the salon.

    A reviewer with 4C hair styled in a puff

    Promising review: "I’ve tried a lot of deep conditioners, but this one is my go-to because it’s nice and thick and I know that it will work on my curly coils every time. Also has great slip for detangling! A holy grail product." —Tiffany Reid

    Get it from Amazon for $10.49.

    11. A mini cross-stitch kit for a quarantine hobby that *isn't* Netflix. This includes everything they need to start on one of four The Nightmare Before Christmas designs: a tiny 32-page book with instructions, three pieces of cotton cloth, an embroidery hoop, and embroidery thread.


    Promising review: "OMG I love this set. It’s so cute to give as a gift or to keep for yourself. Easy to read and follow directions." —Kelly McQueen

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    12. Ugg slippers designed with a durable outsole and shearling lining that are not only supremely comfortable, but will actually *last* for longer than a week. These babies are genuinely high quality.

    model wearing the brown and white slippers / Via @ugg

    Get them from Rack Room Shoes for $59.99 (available in sizes 6-11 and in five colors).

    13. A travel-inspired Paint by Sticker book to unleash your inner artist (in a way that doesn't require expensive canvases, messy paint, and — no offense — real artistic skill). This book contains foolproof templates that let you recreate Art Deco portraits inspired by Venice, Monaco, Moscow, and more.

    Promising review: "I really enjoy this book series. I have purchased three so far, and each one is unique in it's own special way. It is very relaxing to simply peel and stick and see a colorful picture emerge before your eyes. The book is very sturdy, so you do not need anything hard to press down on (I often do it in my lap), and the pages (stickers and images) are all perforated, and very easy to remove. I've never had a page rip while tearing it out." —Rooney Belle

    Get it from Amazon for $8.97.

    14. LED curtain string lights for folks who prefer dim ~mood~ lighting while spending their Friday night bingeing more true crime shows.

    reviewer photo of the string lights hung above a bed

    These string lights are perfect for both indoor and outdoor use.

    Promising review: "These lights are perfect for what I was looking for. They give off a warm and cozy glow, and really add a nice touch of oomph to the room." —Nechama G.

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    15. Thick wool socks that are like a warm hug for your feet, because who says toes don't deserve a good snuggle? Plus, these do a good job at keeping your hooves feeling warm without making 'em sweaty...which is no small feat., Amazon

    Promising review: "They're so warm and fluffy! I love wool socks, but sometimes the texture can be really rough and stiff. These aren't. They have a soft sort of towel-ish texture that feels toe-gasmic. I keep scrunching up my toes so I can feel the softness properly." —K. Price

    Get three pairs from Amazon for $9.98.

    16. A Versed gift set containing everything one needs for an at-home facial. 🎉 Apply the willow bark extract and zinc clarifying serum and the provitamin B5 eye mask, then treat yourself to a luxurious facial massage via the frozen cooling globes — this last step will calm inflammation and promote lymphatic drainage.

    the gift set

    Get it from Versed for $16.99.

    17. An Atlas Coffee Club subscription that delivers fresh beans to your doorstep. Each box curates a new coffee type (you select the roast and grind type), coffee and a postcard from a new country each month, plus tasting notes and tips for each batch. I smell the beginning of a coffee snob.

    Kayla Suazo / BuzzFeed, atlascoffeeclub / Via

    My fellow BuzzFeed editor Kayla Suazo tried out Atlas Coffee Club and only had good things to say:

    "My first observation after opening the box was the smell. It smells FAN-FREAKIN'-TASTIC. It also comes with sweet postcards from the cities where the batches are from, so the entire experience feels so lovely and personal. As for the coffee itself, it's heavenly. I am used to store-bought coffee — which yes, is fine — but both of these tasted incredibly fresh and different from each other. The Peruvian coffee has this dark, almost chocolate taste to it, so I imagine it would be delicious with a morning sweet treat (maybe I should start eating pie every day?). The Colombian batch, on the other hand, was a little lighter roast-wise but still had delicious notes of rich sweetness. TL;DR: both of them were incredible both in taste and quality."

    Get a subscription to Atlas Coffee Club for $9+ (available in a half bag, single bag, or double bag and shipments every two or four weeks).

    To learn more, check out our full review of Atlas Coffee Club!

    18. A linen pillow cover about to become the pièce de résistance of your couch. Coffee, books, and rain — the ultimate trio.

    white pillowcase with black text "coffee books and rain"

    Promising review: "I really like this throw pillow. It’s super cute and I am continually asked where I bought it. The quality is good, and the price is just right!" —VMA

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in five prints).

    19. Moisturizing gloves infused with collagen and shea butter that are a cheaper alternative for the bougie manicure you wanted to splurge on. Moisturized hands = less hangnails, better cuticles, and a better at-home manicure.,

    Promising review: "I get extremely dry, flaky skin seems like all times of the year but I love nail polish and having my nails done. These gloves are amazing. A sticky tab for all size hands, an outer cover that allows me to use my phone, and just the right amount of product make for a perfectly convenient use with divine results." —Rescue Dog Mom

    Get a set from Amazon for $12.99.

    20. A sustainably crafted plush-knit robe reminiscent of something a McCallister parent would wear in Home Alone, and I mean that in the best way possible.

    the blue robe

    Get it from Nautica for $34.25 (originally $68, available in sizes S/M-M/L).

    21. An attachable aerator to make your less-than-$10 wine taste like it was sourced from Napa and aged for 10 centuries. "I'm getting some dry notes of expensive," you'll say.

    This attachable aerator deposits oxygen into your wine, which improves taste and allows aromas to EXPAND.

    Promising review: "These wine aerators are FABULOUS! I do wine demos for different wineries and I don't always have time to let a bottle of wine breathe properly before a demo starts. These greatly enhance the flavor and it makes all the difference in the world. My sales numbers increased greatly. And you can't beat the price!" —Ash Bash.

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    22. Nonprescription computer glasses so you can block the pesky blue light seeping in from your monitor (blue light = the potential culprit behind your mid-afternoon headaches). Slip these on before going ahead and starting up on your weekend binge-a-thon.

    the tortoiseshell glasses

    Get them from Nisolo for $58 (available in two colors).

    23. A vegan fizzy bath bomb that smells divine (we're talking notes of exotic citrus, lime oil, grapefruit, cardamom, and red berry) and looks worthy of a photo for the 'gram. Plus, it evolves from a storm cloud into a rainbow and I feel like that's the energy I'm really looking for in 2020. Transformation, my friends.

    ZenBathCandiesLLC / Etsy

    Promising review: "I ordered these for my bridesmaids, MOB, MOG, flower girl, AND myself! They smelled amazing and everyone fell in love with them so much, they said they are going to order more for themselves! I wish I could give six stars." —Ashley

    Get it from ZenBathCandiesLLC on Etsy for $6.99.

    24. A cashmere blend dress currently $156 off, aka it's absolutely going in my shopping cart. This lovely wardrobe addition is basically an extension of your favorite sweatshirt — the difference being a side slit and wraparound belt, both of which make this look as put-together as it is comfortable.

    model wearing the gray midi dress with side slit

    Get it from AllSaints for $104 (originally $260, available in sizes S-L).

    25. A tub stopper that allows for extra inches of water and ergo a deeper soak. Pair it with a cupholder caddy for your glass of vino, and voila. You don't even need a fancy clawfoot tub. Ultimate relaxation is already yours.


    Promising review (tub stopper): "Can I give this thing 10 gold stars? I have a 4-foot bathtub (so small it should be illegal) so I used to bring a towel in the tub to cover myself just to keep warm because the water was so shallow. I've used this drain cover three times and now I literally bask in my Epsom salt baths. The silence is wonderful; I used to seethe at hearing the precious bath water drip-drop down the overflow drain. Buy it, hands down a peace preserver." —M. Smith

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    Promising review (cupholder caddy): "Holds all my drinks like a boss! I put this in my shower in March '16 and it has yet to fail me! I've used it with wine glasses, bottles, and cans... it really is great and affordable." —Lauren

    Get it from Amazon for $13.95.

    26. Sherpa-lined sweats to make your legs feel as if they're being enveloped by a large, fluffy bathrobe. If you're dreading the winter and are perpetually cold (#me), then these babies should already be in your shopping cart.


    Promising review: "I'm always cold in the Wisconsin Winters. These toast me up and are perfect for lounging. So cozy." —Jodi Larson

    Get them from Amazon for $25.99+ (available in sizes XS-XXL and in nine colors).

    27. A tiny USB cactus humidifier that adds moisture to the air and combats dryness with ease. Say sayonara to chapped lips, irritated sinuses, dehydrated complexions, and common cold symptoms with this adorable desk accessory.

    white diffuser with green cactus-inspired top

    Promising review: "I LOVE these little humidifiers! I bought my first one to use at my desk at work, because the air is so dry in the building, and it has been a godsend. Not only does it help keep my sinuses happier, but it looks great too. I bought a second one for my nightstand that I use while I sleep at night, and they both work perfectly." —Selene Schneider

    Get it from Amazon for $14.89 (available in five styles).

    28. An aromatherapy mist formulated with lavender and chamomile essential oils to really help you ~unwind~ after a long day spent dealing with commute delays, irritating emails, and not nearly enough coffee.

    the mist

    Whether it be a long day of working, studying, or doing absolutely nothing at all.

    Promising review: "This is hands down the best linen spray I've ever used. I spray it on my pillows and sheets every night, and on my rugs and curtains when my house needs a little pick-me-up. This really is an amazing product: a beautiful company, owned and run by women." —Lass

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 (available in seven scents).

    29. An oversized faux shearling jacket so soft, you'll basically feel as if you're wearing a combination of your favorite blanket and most cuddly teddy bear. Comfortable + super on-trend + much more affordable than your typical piece of outerwear = Christmas in fall., Amazon

    Promising review: "I love this jacket! I wasn't sure how the quality was going to turn out, but it's super soft and exactly what I wanted. I got a small and it fits in the oversized way that I wanted/expected. Plus, it's sooo warm!" —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $31.99 (available in sizes S–3XL and in 15 colors).

    30. A 12-pack canister of blooming tea so they can have caffeine and an Insta-worthy show every morrow. Each flower can be reused up to three times for up to 20 cups of tea, which means they'll get a *whole* lotta pretty tea from just this one gift.

    reviewer photo of clear pitcher with blooming tea inside

    Promising review: "I am completely hooked on blooming/flowering teas. I was raised by British parents, so I grew up drinking English Breakfast Tea (which is still delicious), but I found that the milk and sugar I added to it were not always pleasing to my body later on. The flowering tea is extremely refreshing to drink at any time of day and each bloom provides up to three steeps. I usually just fish my bloom out of the teapot with some small tongs and then place it in a little container in the fridge." —Sarah Johnston

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    31. A silicone popcorn maker capable of making 15 cups of popcorn in under four minutes. Just add in some kernels, ~pop~ it in the microwave, and your movie marathon feast is now ready to be devoured.,

    This popcorn maker is especially fantastic because it acts as a popcorn bowl itself. PLUS! It's collapsible! Which makes this easy to store if you have approximately zero space in your kitchen.

    Promising review: "Absolutely amazing! I am throwing out my old popcorn maker because there is no need for it anymore. I cannot believe how easy it was to make perfect popcorn and use the same bowl to eat it out of. I've already told all of my friends to buy this!" —Cindy Suy

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in 10 colors).

    32. A vegan bath soak that enlists the help of organic bladderwrack seaweed to soothe your complexion. Treating your skin is as easy as one, two, lay down in the bath with a good book and preferably some wine.

    black packaging labeled "whole seaweed detox bath"

    Promising review: "The spa on a cruise I took earlier this year was trying to sell me a product like this for so much more. This product worked equally as well for a whole lot less. Home spa wins again!" —KRTA

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    33. A hand-poured, handmade soy candle available in five subtle scents. Once the wax is completely finished, this actually converts into a planter: soak the label (it contains wildflower seeds) in water before filling the ~pot~ with soil.

    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "Love how thoughtful this company is! The candle container is gorgeous and the packaging is beautiful. Chose the Ginger + Lime scent, and it smells so refreshing. Definitely ordering more for gifts!" —Cyndi

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $30 (available in five scents).

    34. A cozy loungewear set to take care of those annoying ~but what will I wear this weekend~ internal debates. This is the perfect Saturday attire! Saturday in this context = a day-long date with Netflix.

    reviewer wearing black pants and sleeved button-down with white piping

    Promising review: "I LOVE these pajamas! I've been living in them the past couple days and just ordered two more pairs. I love the variety in colors and patterns, the stretch they offer, and the fact that they're so soft." —Quinton Harding

    Get them from Amazon for $34.99+ (available in sizes XS-XXL and in 35 colors).

    35. A 52 Lists for Happiness hardcover journal filled with prompts that inspire reflection and taking time out of your jam-packed day (because yes, even quarantine is busy) to focus on yourself.

    Emma Lord / BuzzFeed

    Get it from Amazon for $10.22 or Bookshop for $15.59.

    To learn more, check out "This '52 Lists For Happiness' Book Is My Calming Nighttime Ritual."

    36. An adjustable hoodie to keep ~bat ears~ nice and warm. I would 10/10 purchase one for myself: the hoodie inner is made from a soft-to-the-touch jersey material (aka your flat-nosed pup won't overheat) while the outer material is a fluffy fleece.

    two dogs wearing the pink and red hoodie
    snorf industries / Etsy

    Promising review: "My husband said that out of all the ridiculous things I’ve bought our dog, that this is by far his favourite. Size 5 fit her perfectly and it’s so stinking cute! I’m so glad I found these because I always worried about her little ears getting cold in our harsh Alberta climate so this is perfect for those colder days." —Faith Beckett

    Get it from snorf industries on Etsy for $55.95 (available in several colors and sizes).

    37. Oliver Pluff & Company tea bags made with a delicious black tea base and dried lavender buds, because is there anything more relaxing than a hot beverage? The answer to that is n-o, my friends. Plus, this is housed in a gorgeous keepsake tin that calls for hair tie storage.

    the white tea tin
    Oliver Pluff & Company

    Get a pack of 20 from Oliver Pluff & Company for $13.50.

    38. A two-paneled, padded foam pillow with ultra-strong suction cups that will actually stick to your tub. So long, resting my head on straight porcelain whilst trying to have a relaxing bath.

    white two-paneled pillow on tub

    Promising review: "My husband bought this for me because I LOVE taking baths; it's a nice way to relax and unwind after a long day...but I've recently had some health problems, which has caused me to lose a lot of weight, and taking baths has become excruciating. Due to the lack of extra cushion back there now, lying back on the porcelain tub was extremely painful on my spine/bones. I had resigned to the fact that I wouldn't be taking baths anymore. But, GOOD NEWS, this pillow is a dream come true. I wish I had always had this pillow. It's soooo comfortable! I could almost nap in the tub (but don't)." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

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

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