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    34 Cool Products You'll Probably Wish You'd Known About Sooner

    Say hello to your new BFF, the touchless vacuum.

    1. A no- or low-sugar carbonated mixer you can use in place of soda when shaking up your next cocktail. Even if alcohol isn't your thing, these babies can be enjoyed straight up as they're made with real juice and natural botanicals and come in yummy flavors like yuzu and lime, jalapeño and blood orange, and pomegranate and hibiscus.

    five cans of the mixer in different flavors

    2. A Thaw Claw for those times when mom asked you to take the chicken out of the freezer hours ago but you were so sucked into Sims 4 (recreating your neighborhood, naturally), that you totally forgot.

    a reviewer's photo of the thaw claw used to defrost chicken

    3. A canvas cup holder made to cuddle your iced coffee on your walk back from Starbucks. If you drink iced bevvies year-round (sorry, but it's the only way to go), it'll keep your fingers from freezing.

    4. A subtle, Bluetooth-compatible safety bracelet that will give you peace of mind no matter where you are or what time it is. Plus, it just looks like a normal ol' cuff.

    5. A magnetic sunglasses holder you can attach right to your belt or any bag that doesn't have a safe spot for you to store them.

    6. A French press tumbler for the caffeine aficionado who's always running behind. With this insulated mug, you can brew your coffee or tea right from the car, office, or even Target parking lot.

    the two-piece silver tumbler and black lid

    7. A stacking planter with a hidden built-in saucer that catches excess water. The ingenious design eliminates the need for plastic saucers and cork pads which — while not the end of the world — can clash with decor.

    8. A pair of leak-proof period leggings so you don't have to worry about stains or rogue pads whether you're working out or perfecting your couch potato form.

    a model wearing the black leggings and practicing yoga

    9. A spinning makeup brush cleaner to eliminate caked on foundation, bronzer, and blush with très minimal effort. Plus, it's a bit like a science experiment, and who doesn't like that?

    10. A touchless vacuum you can sweep debris right into. No more song and dance with your dust pan trying to brush up every last speck of dust.

    The touchless vacuum in black

    11. A set of makeup spatulas because you spent $40 on that color-matching foundation and you'll be damned if even one drop goes to waste — especially in this economy.

    12. An onion holder so you can dice away without any fear of losing a digit. Yes, I've watched Gordon Ramsay YouTube explainers on how to do it without, but there's just a disconnect between my head and my hand.

    a hand chopping an onion held in place by the stainless steel holder

    13. A pair of pedicure socks guaranteed to keep your feet nice and toasty while you go to town on your toes with clippers, cuticle cutters, and files.

    a model wearing the black socks which say "blessed"

    14. A bottle-emptying kit so you can use every. last. drop. of your shampoo/dish soap/Mike's Hot Honey without having to repeatedly smack it against your hand like a Heinz bottle. (Let's add that to the list of things that shouldn't be embarrassing but is objectively embarrassing, huh?)

    15. A waterproof paper flower vase you can wrap around whatever Mason jar you have your blooms in. If you don't have room for a bunch of glass vases or ~if you're being honest with yourself,~ you're just a little too clumsy to be trusted with them, this is a v cute alternative.

    the white cutout vase and colorful geometric vase

    16. An under-cabinet jar opener because there is nothing more aggravating than trying to open a jar for 20 minutes, asking your friend to do it, and having to listen to them gloat about how easy it was.

    17. An itty bitty face mask rack where you can hang your freshly washed accessory du jour. Turns out putting them in a designated place (and not the bottom of whatever tote bag you used yesterday) also makes them easier to find!

    the black rack which has six hooks

    18. A pair of pizza scissors so you can cut the best slice (you know — the one with the bubble on the crust) before your roommates/siblings get to it first.

    the red scissors cutting a slice of pizza

    19. A two-pack of handheld bag sealers you can use to cut and seal a variety of snack bags so your treats don't go stale. (I personally can't not finish an entire bag of Jax Cheese Curls in one sitting, so I don't need this, but power to those who have the strength to save some!)

    20. A necklace layering clasp that will eliminate your need for 20 extra minutes every morning just to sort out your accessories. With the Necklet, you just attach your three necklaces of choice, and then let the magnetic clasp work it's magic. Plus, you don't have to worry about tangles!

    21. A 360-degree rotating nail clipper so you can trim your nails and toenails without having to perform any Cirque du Soleil-like contortions.

    a model using the black nail clipper to trim their nails

    22. A BedJet cooling and warming system which makes it possible to regulate your nighttime temperature so you can stop waking up in a pool of sweat.

    23. A two-in-one Bluetooth transmitter and receiver so you can connect your wireless headphones to the TV when your roommate asks you to turn down Love Island for the eighth time.

    24. A night light outlet cover so you can immediately tell that there's no intruder in your bathroom. You may be nearly 30, but with the amount of true crime podcasts you listen to, it's never been more necessary.

    a reviewer's photo of the outlet cover in their bathroom

    25. A portable facial humidifier you can use right before a Zoom meeting (or during — it's that quiet) to give your skin a nice lil' glow.

    26. A flat outlet plug that can be placed behind furniture or in other areas where you'd like to eliminate some cord clutter.

    27. A dress weight so you can avoid a Marilyn Monroe moment when a gust of wind tries to take your skirt for a spin. I've lived in NYC long enough to have had this experience (damn you giant SoHo grates!) and let me say I desperately wish I had these on hand.

    28. A magnetic stove shelf on which you can stack your go-to spices, oils, and kitschy salt and pepper shakers. This will also prevent any food from getting back there if you seemingly can't boil a pot of pasta without flinging penne everywhere.

    A reviewer's photo of the black shelf holding various pantry items like soy sauce and tabasco

    29. A set of waterproof eyeliner stamps for those who LOVE the look of winged liner, but can't help but shake like a leaf when attempting to paint them on. If you're anything like me, you always get one *perfect* eye and then seemingly forget how to use your hands when it comes to your second eye.

    30. A mini ladybug vacuum ready to suck up eraser shavings and chip crumbs, because despite the fact that you're at home now and not in an office, the snacks are still flowing.

    A reviewer's photo of the ladybug vacuum which is roughly the size of a computer mouse

    31. A pair of microfiber duster slippers which turn your midnight run to the fridge into a mini cleaning session. Whoops, did you spill a bit of milk while taking a bite of your cookie? No worries — just give it a lil' wipey wipe.

    The pink bunny slippers

    32. A large cup holder, because whoever designed the built-in ones in your car didn't consider the fact that you exclusively drink from XL water bottles and trenta Starbucks cups.

    A large water bottle sitting in the cup holder

    33. A foldable cutting board that'll help you transfer chopped-up veggies to your pot or pan and save you from the torture that is having to sweep them up because your dog is decidedly not into carrots.

    34. And a bug bite suction tool because it's this or scratching at it until it bleeds and that is not the way, my friends.

    A model using the bug bite tool

    You after using your bed AC for the first time:

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