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    48 Of The Best Things Under $10 You Can Get On Amazon

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    1. A wavy ceramic planter perfect for any desk-plant enthusiast.

    Price: $9.93

    2. A massage ball that'll make you wonder, Wait, am I actually...amazing at massages? (Probably not, but this ball is!)

    Promising review: "Amazing. Seriously, buy this. It is the best back massage I’ve ever had. I have trouble with my wrists and hands and can’t massage my husband’s back for very long. This is small and easily fits in my hand. I can give him a great massage without pain. He massaged my back with it as well and it’s phenomenal! I would definitely buy this again and I’ve recommended it to my family." β€”Mifflinpartyof2

    Price: $6.99 (available in purple, pink, green, and blue)

    3. A wooden phone dock for a classy upgrade to your desk setup at work.

    Price: $8.99 (available in black walnut and white birch)

    4. A pack of reusable stainless-steel straws so you can say, "New year, new sea turtle ally (me).",

    Promising review: "The little rubber bumpers are a must! I really love them. Not only do they help tell straws apart but they protect your teeth and lips and I feel comfortable letting a toddler drink from them as well." β€”Jamie Lynn

    Price: $8.99 (for an eight-pack)

    5. A pack of god-sent tongue scrapers to remove plaque and bacteria buildup.

    Promising review: "This is an awesome quality product! My husband has always had an issue with bad breath, even though he's ridiculously meticulous about his oral hygiene. Yet he still had the most rancid breath. Our 12-year-old son was the same way, great oral hygiene β€” terrible, knock-you-over-and-kill-all-living-things-in-a-mile-radius breath. HORRIBLE! They both had been evaluated for possible gut issues because we couldn't figure out what could possibly be causing it. Enter, the tongue scraper! Just like that β€” BAM! No more bad breath at all! You have no idea how horrible it is when you can't stand your own husband's and son's breath. I no longer need a respirator to be in the same room as them." β€”Kelly A Torres

    Price: $9.95 (for a two-pack; available in two colors)

    6. A card-holding hedgehog that'll give you the poke you need to get cleaning.

    Promising review: "I originally bought this little card holder for its cuteness, but it has become very useful. I also bought the armadillo card holder. Instead of using it for business cards, so far I have used it for mini Post-it Notes, which I constantly rely on for easy-access info. Before these card holders, all the overlapping Post-its lying on the table had left a sticky residue." β€”Consumericious

    Price: $8+ (available in six colors and in hedgehog, armadillo, and turtle designs)

    7. A pack of backseat headrest hangers to hold all the bags and miscellaneous items that wind up rolling around on your car floor.

    Promising review: "I purchased these so my purse would not tumble off the car seat and so I can hang plastic bags that hold my groceries. I have one facing forward and one facing backwards. I hang my purse on the forward facing one and hang bags on the rear-facing one. They worked great." β€”Mattie

    Price: $7.95 (for a pair; available in beige and black)

    8. A photo mobile for an off-the-beaten path way to show off your favorite memories or inspo clippings.

    Promising review: "There was no assembly required, which was a pleasant surprise. I have small Christmas ornaments hanging from this and it looks great." β€”Michelle R

    Price: $9.07

    9. A pair of acacia wood salad utensils to serve some sophistication (as well as salad).

    Price: $9.99

    10. A sheet of stick-on sound dampeners so you don't have to worry about waking up your roommates when you find yourself opening and closing cabinets for a midnight snack.,

    Promising review: "These work very well to dampen the sounds of my idiot roommates slamming cabinet doors at all hours of the day. Just make sure you're wiping down the part of the cabinet they'll stick to before applying them. The adhesive is good and should hold for a while." β€”LMA

    Price: $4.30 (for a sheet of 100)

    11. A literary-themed cocktail kit to really mix things up.

    Includes bartender's jigger for measuring liquor, two cocktail stirring sticks, and 48-page recipe book.

    Price: $8.54

    12. A 12-piece stencil kit, if you're just dipping your toes into the world of bullet journaling.

    Promising review: "The stencils are just the right weight, the plastic is thin enough to be flexible and thick enough to not distort while you are tracing. The size is perfect to tuck right into an envelope in the back of my journal. I used a fine-tip marker, and had no problems with getting a consistent line." β€”Dr. Joyce

    Price: $5.49

    (Find more tips and tricks for bullet journaling here!)

    13. A coconut lip scrub that'll leave you with incredibly soft and moisturized lips.

    Vegan and cruelty-free.

    Promising review: "My lips have been so extremely chapped for the past few months from biting my lips constantly and from the harsh weather conditions. I would constantly moisturize my lips with whatever I had (lip balms, Vaseline, you name it) and NOTHING was working, so I knew that it was time to start looking into lip scrubs. I have to say that my lips haven't felt so soft like this in so long. On the container it says to use a pea-size amount, and that really is all you need. A little really goes a long way. If you are someone who doesn't want (or doesn't have the resources) to make a homemade scrub then β€” coming from a current college student who definitely doesn't have the resources or time to make their own β€”Β get this and it will be worth it!! β€”Shaneil

    Price: $8.90

    14. A touch-up painter to clean up all the marks and scuffs around your home without having to bring out the heavy-duty equipment.

    Promising review: "Perfect for quick touch-ups around the house! I fill mine with leftover paint during the painting process and then store it in the same room that was painted if possible (such as under the kitchen sink). This way if I see a mark I cannot clean off the wall, I grab my Shur-Line, roll it on, clean the roller and put it back for next time." β€”Mama S

    Price: $5.98

    15. A charcoal-based toothpaste that reviewers attest actually *significantly* whitens teeth.,

    Promising review: "Love love love it! It made my mouth feel clean and fresh β€” and my teeth have been whitened!! I've tried the powder charcoal teeth whitener and I hated it. This product is amazing!" β€”Misty O'Brien-Barques

    Price: $4.82

    16. A clean/dirty magnet for your dishwasher so there's never any confusion over the status of the dishes.

    Price: $3.29

    17. A marble salt bowl that, weirdly, makes a very sweet gift.

    Price: $8.09

    18. A terracotta bear friend you can toss in your brown sugar to keep your supply soft and tasting fresh.,

    Promising review: "Had a large amount of brown sugar and couldn't keep it soft even in a tight container. I purchased new 5-quart jars for my flour, sugar, and so forth and quickly realized my brown sugar was a ROCK! I purchased this, soaked it, and placed it in the sugar as instructed. Within hours, it was soft again, which was amazing to me! I have about 2 pounds of sugar in the 5-quart jar currently. The jar is a sealed gasket but I haven't had to re-soak the bear yet (only a month in use currently). Would recommend to anyone β€” just mad I have wasted so much brown sugar over the years." β€”diosa

    Price: $5.48

    19. A "drain millipede" that'll dig up all the hair clogging your drains on the first go.

    Promising review: "I was amazed at what it pulled out! Gobs of hair from what was probably years ago, over and over again. I kept inserting it until just a little past when it stopped, and kept pulling out more and more gunk. When all was said and done, I had a clean, free-flowing drain. An easy five-star rating for me." β€”Mr. Thomas J. Long

    Price: $5.01

    20. A cord wrap for your perpetually knotted-up electronics.

    Promising review: "My sister-in-law is a busy mom with a bunch of kids and barely any time to get ready. So when I heard she was always misplacing her earbuds and that was eating into her gym time, I hopped onto Amazon and grabbed her the cutest earbud organizer I could find. She loves it, and it really helps because she can tuck it in her bag and even attach it to some of her workout bags." β€”TheOrdinaryHiker

    Price: $5.99 (available in 10 colors)

    21. A faux-fur teddy bear jacket that you can definitely pull off this winter.

    Promising review: "GUYS. Omg this jacket is definitely a hidden gem. It's so soft and makes you look so sophisticated!! I wore this outfit in 50ΒΊF weather and it kept me warm! This is definitely one of those 'blanket, but make it fashion' pieces. I'm 5'1" and ordered in size small. I think it was made to be oversized so just order your usual size! Love it!!" β€”@KATHY_VU

    Price: $9.99+ (available in sizes S-3XL and in six colors)

    22. A book of New York Times crossword puzzles, but only Monday's (generally agreed to be the easiest puzzle day of the week) β€” if you're tired of feeling like dead weight every Saturday and Sunday.

    Promising review: "I do a lot of crosswords. Spiral binding should be the only way crossword books are made, and this one fits the bill. NYT offers the best crosswords in my opinion, and this book β€” while easier then many other NYT Monday crossword books β€” is fun because it offers more relevant clues to what is going on now in the world. Keep them coming!" β€”Ryan McCaslin

    Price: $9.48

    23. A pack of makeup-remover cloths that lift all the dirt and oil off your face with reliable precision.

    Promising review: "I was skeptical of these, but now I'm pretty sure they're what Mulan's outfit was made of when she wiped her makeup off on her sleeve in the movie. Even totally dry they're pretty impressive about taking all of my makeup (including waterproof eyeliner and mascara) in a couple swipes. I like to use a little micellar water to make my skin feel a little cleaner. It's nice not to burn through so many cotton pads." β€”RachelM

    Price: $2.97 (for a three-pack; $7.49 for a five-pack)

    24. A foldable cutting board so you can dump your sliced veggies right into your pot when you've finished.

    Promising review: "These are the most amazing cutting boards! It is so handy to be able to slice, dice, chop, and then fold it up and pour into a bowl. I love them and have them in three sizes!" β€”C. Whitten

    Price: $9.20+ (available in six colors)

    25. A pack of large foam letters to help the kiddos get a lil' education in while they soak in the tub.

    Promising review: "I purchased these letters with the mesh bag for my 1-year-old's birthday. He clearly needed bathtub toys and he loves chunky letter magnets, so I thought I'd give these large letters a try. I'm so glad I did! He's far from easy on them and he bites them with his four teeth (two top, two bottom). The indents that his teeth leave correct themselves quickly and they're plenty big enough not to be a choking hazard as is. Please realize that they pose a risk if torn apart, but babies, even with this ability, obviously shouldn't be left unsupervised in the tub anyway. Even so, pulling them apart, even with toddler teeth, won't be easy because they are very sturdy and dense." β€”April Reyne

    Price: $7.99

    26. A pair of statement earrings that look more expensive than they actually are β€” and will instantly dress up your look when you're in a rush.

    Promising review: "These are just the right size and so light to wear! I was worried they'd be heavy but it feels like you're not wearing anything. The color is stunning. Lots of compliments on these! Glad I didn't pay 10 times the price at anthro for similar style." β€”Misee

    Price: $9.99

    27. A pair of high-waisted yoga pants you'll want to buy in bulk.

    Promising review: "I am a Lululemon fanatic and particularly love the Align pant (which retails for $85+) but can't afford or rationalize buying tons of them. I'm always on the hunt for a good yoga pant and I found these the other day and ordered them in size small, red. These remind me of the Align pant so much! They are cut almost identical, but the fabric is a little stiffer. This isn't a bad thing; the Align pant is almost too buttery soft and it pills and gets caught on everything. There is slight compression and gives a nice booty lift. Mine are not see-through, even when squatting. I love love love these and am going to order several more. I actually kinda want to cry thinking about how much money I wasted on the pants at Lululemon when these are an excellent substitute for a fraction of the cost. If you're a Lulu lover, you should really give these a chance!" β€”Ariel Parker

    Price: $9.98+ (available in sizes XS-2XL and in 45 colors)

    28. A travel case of mint dental flossers so you can stay diligent with your dental hygiene when you're out of town.

    Promising review: "I purchased this to keep in my purse zipper compartment for 'emergencies' aka getting something stuck in between my teeth, such as pepper, lettuce, herbs, whatever. I can go to the powder room and remove whatever it is. I feel better having these in tow. We love Plackers for use here at home, which make flossing easy. With age, it just seems things tend to get stuck more, and these are a great idea to have along, just for in case. I can refill the case if I do end up needing to use them. The case is easy to open and close and feels like it will stay closed well in my purse. These are a great idea!" β€”Small~Town~Girl

    Price: $4.85 (for a 12-pack)

    29. A genuine leather card holder to cut down on all that unnecessary bulk you've been lugging around in your pocket.

    Promising review: "I love my minimalist wallet. Bought to take on a vacation and now have switched full-time to this wallet. Hard to go back to my big, bulky wallet. Great quality and fabulous value." β€”Michael H.

    Price: $6.99

    30. A pack of 0.38mm-point gel pens that are purrrty impressive.

    Promising review: "These pens write really well, are super-fine, and pretty adorable. I didn't think I would like them so much and was worried they would smear really bad (I'm left-handed), but they don't. The caps stay on nice and tight, easy to stick on the end of the pen while you're using it and they don't fall off. Now I just have to make sure people don't steal them from my desk..." β€”Laurabear

    Price: $7.99 (for a six-pack)

    31. A scalp massager shampoo brush for a deep and exfoliating wash that'll make you feel like you were doing it wrong this whole time.,

    Promising review: "I'm sitting here stunned an hour later at how good I feel. I didn't realize the extent to which my scalp bothered me before until now. Even my hair looks better, which is a bonus I wasn't expecting." β€”C

    Price: $7.98 (available in light green and pink)

    32. A pack of gold (foil-gold, guys) playing cards to add some sparkle to your next poker tournament.

    Promising review: "These cards are very durable and unlike the paper cards, they don't rip, tear, or fade. Will never purchase paper cards ever again!" β€”Andy C

    Price: $6.88

    33. A dry shampoo just for brunettes with a (rightful) aversion to frequent shampooing.,

    Promising review: "I have tried other brands of dry shampoo and will never go back. This is by far the best. It goes on so easily. I barely have to brush it out at all. It is super light, goes on dry, vs some other brands that I have tried that actually dampen my hair when applied. The brown tint matches my hair color perfectly. It works like magic to eliminate oil in my super-fine, thin hair, and I do not have to wash every day, which is my goal. Lastly, it is very lightly fragranced, and is pleasant-smelling. Highly recommended." β€”JayneDoah

    Price: $6.16

    34. A set of classy stainless steel measuring cups so you don't have to play the guessing game again.

    Price: $9.95 (for a set of eight)

    35. A keyboard cover for anyone who's getting bored of the plain old black keys on their laptop.

    Promising review: "I got this a couple of months ago, and I love this keyboard cover. It has a nice feeling, is very flexible, and when I put it on my Macbook Air, it fit like a glove. It doesn't come off even when I'm moving my laptop around a lot (which I do β€” I do a lot of work on the sofa or the bed where I end up in weird positions to be comfortable), and it's also very comfortable to write on." β€”Sadia Rahman

    Price: $5.99 (available in 28 colors)

    36. A grill scrubber to remove stubborn grease and grime without breaking a sweat.

    Promising review: "My grill accumulated a lot of crud as a result of many cookouts. I tried to keep it as clean as possible with a wire brush and various cleaning pads and cleaners. I never could get the rack and grates to look like new. There was always a layer of permanent food residue, carbon, and other debris that defied removal. I decided to give the Magic Stone Grill Cleaner a shot. Surprise! Surprise! This is truly a magic stone. It removed everything from the grill parts that I worked on and left them looking like new. The cleaning process did put grooves in the bottom of the stone and that helped to get the sides cleaned off as well." β€”Duffer

    Price: $4.99

    37. A beginner's guide to calligraphy, if you've always wanted to master the art of lettering but didn't know where to start.

    Promising review: "I LOVE this book!! I’ve wanted to improve my penmanship and learn modern calligraphy and lettering for a looooong time. I thought I’d give this book a try and I’m so confident in my lettering now. I’m excited to create my own projects and show off my new skills!!" β€”KHenderson

    Price: $6.57

    38. A grout pen for effortlessly restoring your tiles so they'll look brand spankin' new in no time.

    Promising review: "These things are awesome! I cleaned my bathroom tile grout first because the lady that lived there before me really let it go. A few places stayed stained and I was worried it wouldn't cover them, but all grout areas are bright white and look new now!" β€”donna c. turnage

    Price: $8.99 (available in four colors)

    39. A pair of genius pull strings so you'll never be confused about whether the string you're tugging at controls the fan or the light.,

    Promising review: "This is pretty much the cutest thing I've ever not needed but HAD TO HAVE! I love these and they look great. I was surprised with the quality and expected it to not quite match the picture (glass-half-empty type, I guess) but they really are adorable and look nice." β€”Jamie L. Landuyt

    Price: $7.36+ (available in nickel and bronze)

    40. A collagen hair mask to repair damaged hair of all textures.

    Promising review: "My hair hasn't been this soft since I was a child. The most amazing part is that while it adds luster and softness, my hair isn't greasy at all. I have straight hair that has become damaged/frizzy from coloring and highlighting. I LOVE this conditioner." β€”Nancy

    Price: $7.98

    41. A pet-grooming glove brush that works for dogs and cats with coats of all lengths.,

    Promising review: "This glove is so so easy to use and very effective. My cat has such long hair and it is almost impossible for him to keep up with cleaning himself, so he needs some assistance. I got so much hair out in just about 10 minutes of continuously petting him! He seems to like it just fine, sometimes even purring." β€”Abby Kerr

    Price: $7.99

    42. An avocado slicer for anyone who is always coming dangerously close to chopping off their fingers while prepping avocados.

    Promising review: "Avocado? Yes, Please! This tool is awesome. Easy to cut open the fruit. Pit remover works well, just push onto the pit and give it a twist, and the pit pops right out. The best part is the slicer. Makes beautiful slices for a great presentation. The tool can then be used to scrape any remaining fruit out of the skin. Really happy I bought this tool!" β€”NPR MAN

    Price: $9.99

    43. A sworn-by Magic Eraser, if the mere thought of cleanup always holds you back from meal-prepping.

    Promising review: "Basically the best cleaning tool ever. Walls, counters, sinks, toys, you name it, I've used a Magic Eraser on it. We have a light-color sink basin in the kitchen and I use these once a week to keep it sparkling white. I used to have to use heavy-duty cleaner but just a quick wipe down with the Magic Eraser and it's good as new!" β€”seven4eleven

    Price: $4.97 (for a four-pack)

    Plus, check out our picks for the best sponges on BuzzFeed Reviews.

    44. A microfiber dish-drying mat with a marble design you'll love with every microfiber of your being.

    Price: $8.49

    45. An art supply holder that'll make all your utensils look nice and tidy as they stand upright in their respective homes.,

    Promising review: "I have too many pens, markers, and pencils. I bought two of these to see if I needed a better organizational system for them. These holders told me that I do, and I am so glad I made this purchase. It does not take up much room on a desk and is extremely easy to assemble." β€”Star Child

    Price: $6.96

    46. A handy cleaning brush to help you get into all those nooks and crannies on your keyboard, camera, and other frequently used electronics.

    Promising review: "The OXO Good Grips Electronics Cleaning Brush is a must-have product for cleaning electronics. It is versatile enough to work in many different applications. It is gentle enough to avoid cosmetically damaging delicate electronics that other brushes can easily scratch. And it is precise enough to work well in applications where one needs a tool of precision that is capable of reaching difficult or small areas." β€”ZapNZs

    Price: $4.95

    47. Mike's Hot Honey, the tasty and versatile condiment that has a truly devout following.

    Promising review: "This is now a staple for my kitchen. How I cooked without it before, I'll never know. Makes the best vinaigrette ever, quick pan sauces for pork, unexpected zip in dozens of dishes. Does it come in gallons? Have given it as hostess gifts several times and everyone gets hooked." β€”Martha Ronemus

    Read our full review of Mike's Hot Honey.

    Price: $9.61 for a 12-ounce container

    48. And Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patches which cover pimples in hydrocolloid dressing and absorb oils and pus for a rapid healing process.,

    Promising review: "Absolutely amazing! They come in three different sizes, so you can conquer any zit, no matter how large or small. They are close to clear, so they blend in well with my skin. I'll put one on a painful, irritated, head-less pimple in the morning, go about my day (no one has called me out for wearing them, which means either they haven't noticed or they're afraid to say anything), and by the evening all the yuck has been sucked out onto the patch. It's disgusting, but SO COOL! When I take the patch off, it looks like the pimple was photoshopped right off my face. ZAP! Leaving the patch on all day also keeps me from picking, which prevents nasty scars and making the zit worse. Seriously, I wish I had these in high school. Buy them for yourself, buy them for the teenagers in your life, buy them for everyone!" β€”Lindsay & Eddie

    Get them from Amazon for $4.70 (for a 24-pack).

    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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