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    Just 32 Random Products We Really Love

    A game-changing customizable pillow, jaw-dropping mascara, acne-fighting facial cleanser, and other products we (the BuzzFeed Shopping team) truly adore.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A breathable bedding set made of eucalyptus that not only feels silky smooth to the touch, but also keeps you cool as a cucumber thanks to the thermal-regulating fabric. All my fellow hot sleepers, this one's for us!

    Bed with white Sijo duvet cover and sheet set
    Sijo

    "Both the sheets and duvet cover are made of 100% eucalyptus lyocell / Tencel. The eucalyptus is naturally sourced and not treated with harmful dyes or chemicals. Also, they're built to last! I look forward to leaving these in my will to my various grandkids. These sheets are the most breathable sheets I've had in my life. I'm an incredibly hot sleeper, which is further aggravated by living in a NYC apartment building where the cast-iron radiators will really kick in during the middle of the night. When it comes to their level of smooth, it feels just as great running my hand over my flat sheet as slipping underneath it at night. I've had lots of soft sheets in my day, including the kind that feel like a T-shirt material that truly were very nice on my college dorm mattress. But nothing's compared to these. So really, these might've ruined other sheets for me." —Elizabeth Lilly

    Get it from Sijo for $210+ (available in six sizes and eight colors).

    2. A tiny but mighty power scrubber to break down all the gunk in your shower so you can turn your bathroom into the clean, shiny sanctuary you truly deserve.

    Natalie Brown / BuzzFeed

    "I'm obsessed! This thing works small miracles: I cleaned about half of my bathroom's grout to its original sparkling-clean cream color in 40 minutes, and it took honestly no effort at all. And — as if easy, sparkling grout wasn't enough! — it busted through some serious soap-scum buildup in my bathtub (thanks, fancy soap and slow-draining tub) in less than a minute.

    Honestly, when I first tried the scrubber out, I didn't see too many uses for it other than for grout. But after owning it for a while, I've realized that while I don't need it every single week, it's priceless for the occasions I encounter tough gunk that I'd otherwise only conquer with excessive patience and elbow grease." —Natalie Brown

    Get it from Amazon for $20.25.

    3. The absolutely ✨ iconic ✨Tarte Shape Tape concealer, which covers literally anything and everything. It's basically Facetune in a bottle.

    Kayla Boyd / BuzzFeed

    "This is my holy grail concealer! I love it so much that I'm always buying it before I run out because I seriously use it every time I put on makeup. Under-eye bags? A pimple? Hyperpigmentation? I DON'T KNOW HER! This stuff seriously covers all my blemishes and it's super easy to apply. The formula is on the thicker side, but it blends wonderfully. It doesn't make you look cakey or leave creases. Plus, it's super convenient to carry around and apply on-the-go. This product is honestly worth the hype." —Kayla Boyd

    Get it from Tarte and Ulta for $27 (available in 35 shades).

    4. A trio of soy wax candles so you can turn your home into a year-round fall festival filled with the scents of fresh apple cider and crunchy autumn leaves. Get your PSL ready!

    Candles in Fresh Cider, Pumpkin Chai, and Autumn Leaves
    Urban Melts Candle Co.

    "I bought this sample pack a few weeks ago and want to give ya'll a warning: if you buy candles from this shop, you'll be buying from it forever. I was *blown away* by Charlotte's quality customer service (I had just moved and gave her the wrong address. She responded promptly, and kindly, to my frazzled plea to change it). Each scent is pleasing and natural, and strong enough to fill up a room. Her jars are decor worth keeping once the candle is gone. I'm a fully converted customer." —Mal Mower

    Get it from UrbanMeltsCandleCo on Etsy for $60.

    5. A nourishing hand cream because the constant washing and sanitizing (and cold weather!) has probably started to take a toll on your skin.

    Hand holding the small tube of cream with text "wave buh-bye to flaking, dry hands from all that hand-washing"
    BuzzFeed/Maitland Quitmeyer

    "I cannot stand having dry hands. One semester of high school, I had a ceramics class first thing in the morning, and if you've worked with clay you know how dry your hands get afterwards. Almost every day I forgot to bring lotion with me to school, and every day, for the whole rest of the day I would angrily rub my hands together in dry despair. And since that time, I've been a borderline obsessive lotioner. I keep a little bottle in my purse (ESPECIALLY when traveling on planes), keep a giant bottle of lotion on my desk at the office, and every time I wash my hands, I immediately follow with a slathering of lotion.

    But during COVID times, the hand-washing is more frequent than ever. And in September I ran out of regular lotion for one day (one day!!) and my hands started getting these flaky patches that regular ole lotion just wouldn't heal. So when I saw this hand cream touted by one of my favorite skincare TikTokers, I immediately added to cart. And it is a *great* thing to have around. It healed my dry, flaky patches in just a day or two, thanks to it's viscous, gel-like formula that unlike other hardcore hand creams, somehow doesn't feel greasy. I only use it when I need it, sticking to regular lotion for everyday use, but when New York Clanking Radiator Season began a few weeks ago (also known as DRY AS TOAST season), I've started using it as needed again. It's really healing and great – 10/10 would recommend, *before* your hands start to get seriously chapped. And for anyone who doesn't like (or can't tolerate) scents, this bb is fragrance-free!" —Maitland Quitmeyer

    Get it from Target for $4.89 and Ulta for $6.99.

    6. A pair of Ugg slingback sandals that are soft and cushy enough to use as indoor slippers yet durable enough to wear outdoors. So basically, these will never not be on your feet.

    Maitland Quitmeyer / BuzzFeed

    "First thing that needs to be said is that Uggs are great! They're warm, they're cozy, and you can just slide them on when you're freezing — I won't hear otherwise! They're not exactly high fashion, but they don't *need* to be when it's a straight-up polar vortex outside. So when I saw these UGG slipper slides with an elastic back, I just had to buy a pair. I don't know what it is about them I find the cutest: the slightly sporty elastic, the Michelin man–esque plush rolls on top, or the chunky bottoms that give you a little extra height. AND they have all the comfort of a slip-on slide, but without the feeling that your foot is going to fall out any second.

    They have a hard sole, so you can wear them as indoor slippers, half-indoor-half-outdoor take-out-the-trash-shoes, or real regular shoes (aka what I'm going to use them for). When it's still warm-ish out, I'm going to wear them with my toes poking through, but they're also going to be *so* cute with socks (team socks + sandals 'til I die!!!!!). And they're SO SOFT AND COMFY! I'm prepared to live in these all fall. Paired with leggings and a blazer? It's the perfect 'Ugh, I can barely make today happen' work outfit. I honestly want to get another pair in another of the cute colors...or the leopard print. Oh, and just FYI, I ended up sizing down in these!" —Maitland Quitmeyer

    Get them from Nordstrom for $99.95 (available in whole sizes 5–10 and nine colors).

    7. A set of quick-drying, super absorbent waffle bath towels so you can take your post-shower game to the next level.

    BuzzFeed / Maitland Quitmeyer

    "Towels aren't something I've cared all that much about before. I knew my cheap Target ones could be better, and they'd definitely gotten less absorbent and less soft but there wasn't much I was gonna do about it. Then I got these Pact towels. And I'm in love with them — the upgrade was long overdue! These towels are my home now. I got a set with bath *sheets* instead of towels (aka they are giant and you can really wrap yourself cozily in them), which I highly recommend. Now let me get into the specifics:

    They're made of organic cotton in a beyond cuddly waffle texture that is both very soft to the touch, but also thick-thin enough to dry very speedily. I towel off after the shower, and then by the next time I've gone into my bathroom...it's dry! What is this magic?! They absorb beautifully, so I've finally been able to follow the skincare tip of gently patting your face dry instead of rubbing it with a towel. They wash up beautifully and don't take FOR-EVER (::The Sandlot voice::) to dry in the dryer, either. And did I mention how SOFT they are?!" —Maitland Quitmeyer

    Get a set of six towels (two bath towels, two hand towels, and two washcloths) from Pact for $120 (available in five colors, and available sold separately as well).

    8. A luxurious pillow with memory foam filling that you can add or remove to achieve the perfect fluffy pillow of your dreams.

    Amazon

    "I have had two of these pillows for a few months, and I sleep more comfortably now than I ever have! The memory foam filler (which you can remove or add at your own comfort and discretion) truly makes me feel like I'm laying on the most stable yet airy clouds. They even come with soft, washable covers that only add to the luxe plushiness of my new sleeping experience." —Taylor Steele

    Get it from Amazon for $59.99+ (available in two sizes).

    9. A Spotify Family account so you and your loved ones can curate your own playlists for working from home, study breaks, or having a spontaneous at-home dance party.

    Spotify

    "If your household has managed to survive stay-at-home orders in 2020 *without* a Spotify Family account, I tip my hat to you. (And then I highly encourage you to get one!) IMO, the $14.99/month cost — which includes accounts for up to six people — is worth it for the Spotify Kids app alone. It's visually *really* easy (and pleasing!) to use. So easy, in fact, that a toddler can pretty much navigate the whole thing independently just by scrolling through the large photos of their favorite characters.

    (And the fact that it's a stand-alone app means you can rest assured they won't accidentally drift over to anything that needs a parental advisory.)" —Melissa Jameson

    Get it from Spotify for $14.99 a month.

    10. A pair of comfortable socks that look ridiculously adorable and give back to worthwhile causes. For instance, this wintry print benefits Conservation International's work to save the polar bears.

    Model wearing blue socks with polar bear print by Conscious Step
    Conscious Step

    "My WFH outfits vary: some days I wear dresses, others I go for jogger pants, while still others I happily slip on a pair of jeans because they help me feel like life’s a little more normal. But one key component of any outfit? Socks to keep my toes warm! And while I only have a couple of pairs from Conscious Step, they’re super soft, cozy, fair trade certified, have extra cushion in the toes and heels, come in cute prints, and each pair benefits a different cause!" —Natalie Brown

    Get it from Conscious Step for $14.95 (available in sizes S-M).

    11. A reliable handy-dandy corkscrew, because when it comes to wine openers, sometimes simple is best.

    a bottle of wine and the corkscrew on a surface
    Hannah Loewentheil/BuzzFeed

    "IMHO, dinner is not complete without a glass of wine. I've bought and tried dozens of corkscrews from the fancy electronic versions to totally bare bones ones, but nothing competes with this $10 corkscrew. There's absolutely no pulling required: You simply twist the top in one direction until the cork pops out. It doesn't get much easier than that." —Hannah Loewentheil

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in four colors).

    12. A pair of Everlane flats that are a must-have basic — though they're certainly not ~basic~. The leather is meant to fit like a glove and molds to your feet over time, so they basically just get better with age. It's like a fine wine in shoe form.

    Model wearing the flats in black showing off the rounded toe
    Everlane

    "I love these flats from Everlane! They're snug without suffocating my feet and are made of soft leather, so no blisters!" —Melanie Aman

    Get it from Everlane for $118 (available in sizes 5-11 and eight colors).

    13. A smudge-resistant, 100% vegan mascara that will have you saying hello to voluminous eyelashes and goodbye to your falsies and lash glue.

    Sephora

    "I’m suuuper picky when it comes to mascaras because my eyelashes are already naturally long and curled, but I just like some shocking pigment and bold volume to give them that fake lash look. My makeup bag is a graveyard of failed mascaras — ones that don’t add the extra length or give the volume I’m looking for. I had received the Kat Von D Mascara as part of an Influenster box, but was already stubbornly attached to my Pat McGrath Labs mascara, so I didn’t think the KVD one stood a chance. Lo and behold, it actually blew me away! I consistently get GIGANTIC lashes every morning. Sometimes, I don’t even wear eyeliner because my eyes look so big, alert, and beautiful after applying this mascara that I don’t feel like I need anything else. It’s pretty eye-opening, in more ways than one." —Jasmin Suknanan

    Get it from Sephora for $13+ (available in two sizes).

    14. A desk chair with a memory foam cushion so comfortable and supportive it might just convince you to finally stop working from your bed.

    BuzzFeed writer's chair in a brown-beige fabric with nailhead detailing around the bottom of the seat and metal rolling legs
    BuzzFeed / Christine Forbes

    "This Serta office chair will make your back cry literal tears of joy. Working from home is much less painful when you're perched on memory foam. It has small arms so the chair pairs perfectly with shorter desks. I put it together in less than 15 minutes — no tools required. The chair's twill fabric added some much-needed texture to my room!" —Christine Forbes

    Get it from Amazon for $179.44+ (available in 11 colors).

    15. A pair of waterproof Chelsea boots that are way more fashionable than traditional galoshes but will keep your feet just as dry.

    BuzzFeed editor wearing black Hunter waterproof Chelsea boots
    John Mihaly / BuzzFeed

    "I learned a lot about 'fashion' (re how to dress myself) from my father. While he didn’t have a deep closet, he always seemed to wear just the right thing for the right occasion, especially inclement weather. One of the few things from his collection that I could never get down with though, was galoshes (aka gumshoes, rubbers, or overshoes, whatever you want to call them).

    In theory, galoshes make a lot of sense: Put them on over some nice shoes, get wet, take them off, shoes stay dry. But in practice, they were absolute murder to put on and take off and provide zero traction on slippery terrain. Since wearing Wellingtons around the office is a little much and packing an extra pair of shoes isn’t up for discussion, what’s a boy to do on a rainy day?

    After a long search, I discovered these Hunter Original Refined Waterproof Chelsea Boots. They look enough like (stylish) regular shoes, they slip on and off with ease (which is great for not tracking in any mud) and most importantly they keep everything nice and dry from the ankle on down." —John Mihaly

    Get it from Nordstrom for $155 (available in sizes 7-13).

    16. A drawer organizer insert so you can stop rummaging through all your kitchen tools just to find the measuring spoons.

    Model placing tongs into red drawer organizer
    Amazon

    "I often write about organization, but I like a wee bit of clutter in my life. (I will never de-clutter to spark joy or whatever.) I have a place for everything and know where that is, whether it makes sense to my roommates or not. But a knife drawer requires order, because safety! Perhaps you are fortunate enough to have a kitchen with separate knife and junk drawers. I don’t! (I don’t have room for a countertop knife storage solution, either.) So when I spotted a drawer organizing system on my old job’s free table three years ago, I snatched it up. It’s been keeping my combo knife/junk drawer in order since.

    The nonslip silicone base is lined in a grid, which makes cutting it to size with a pair of scissors easy. But it’s NBD if you cut too much (as you can see I did in the pic to fit the notches of my drawer). The little nubs, aka Divitz, stick securely to the surface and don’t budge when you’re rummaging through your drawer. Yet if you want to reposition them, it’s not an excruciating task. My kit came with way more than I could possibly use and I have the extras in a sandwich bag on a seldom-used kitchen cabinet shelf. More knives normally live in this drawer than in my pics, but they were on my drying rack, hence the empty sections. Granted, I could do a much better job at organizing the back part of this drawer, or even arranging it in a neater way for this demonstration, but I’m just living my truth here! (A safer truth in which I don’t accidentally cut myself reaching for a paring knife.)" —Elizabeth Lilly

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95+ (available in four colors).

    17. A nail polish remover that will have you rethinking everything you thought you knew about nail polish remover. It can take off gel, lacquer, and hybrid formulas in just *one* swipe.

    A bottle of the purple remover labeled "Genius Remover for gel, laquer, + hybrid" with Instagram Story text "The *fastest* remover!!"
    Katy Herman/BuzzFeed

    "I know — nail polish remover is not one of those things that feels like an exciting impulse buy. In fact, it's one of those products that everyone low-key hates but needs. But folks, let me tell you — I got a sample of this stuff along with some polish from Orly and did my nails last weekend. After one swipe, I said aloud, 'This is the best remover I have ever used' (and that sentiment is echoed in the reviews on the product listing). I was sure I wasn't using enough, but one swipe to my nail took pretty much E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-I-N-G off with zero effort! My nails were clean and ready to repaint in a minute or less, with no scrubbing. The remover itself is even a pretty purple color! The only thing I don't love about it is the frustrating pop top, but that can easily be avoided by screwing off the cap like you do with most remover bottles." —Katy Herman

    Get it from Orly for $5.40.

    18. A helpful meter that can measure the moisture level in soil so you can end 2020 as the official Plant Parent of the Year.

    amazon.com, Mallory Mower / BuzzFeed

    "I love having this tool in my home! I jumped on the 2020 plant trend fast and have filled my home with tons of botanicals (that all have different watering schedules). The meter tells you if a plant is being over-watered or under-watered right down to the root, which is very necessary for a plant parent (who used to be a plant murderer) like myself." —Mal Mower

    Get it from Amazon for $11.97.

    19. A creamy facial cleanser made with all the stuff your skin loves (acne-fighting salicylic acid and exfoliating apple fruit extract) and without all the stuff it hates (parabens, silicones, and sulfates).

    model squeezing tube of blue cleanser
    Versed

    "I really can't get enough of this cleanser. It makes my skin feel squeaky clean but not too dry. After using it, I feel like my face is the perfect canvas for serums, treatments, and moisturizers to be maximally effective." —Rachel Dunkel

    Get it from Versed for $16.99.

    20. A high-quality print from Moon Patrol that somehow feels retro, modern, nightmarish, and vibrant all at the same time. It's the rare piece of décor that doubles as an instant conversation starter.

    Moon Patrol's "Tigre" and "Puma Lady" prints in a black frame
    John Mihaly/BuzzFeed

    "One of my favorite artists that I follow on IG is @moon_patrol, who works in this collage-style using some familiar and some not-so-familiar imagery that feel like nightmarish versions of vintage pulp magazine covers. I bought 'Tigre' first but realized she needed a partner that was 'Puma Lady' (who's actually Ruby Dee)." —John Mihaly

    Get the "Tigre" print from Moon Patrol for $75+ (available unframed and framed) and the "Puma Lady" print for $75+ (available framed and unframed).

    21. A pair of eco-friendly, machine-washable shoes made of renewable materials that are both breathable and lightweight, because who says working out has to be uncomfortable?

    Allbirds

    "Without access to the gym I had to push myself to learn to run while safely social distancing (which is NOT an easy feat). I’ve had multiple foot injuries (I’m very accident prone) so choosing the right sneaker has been a challenge. I’ve tried out manyyyy different pairs but the only ones that have truly won over my heart are the Allbirds Dashers. I got them in a stunning mint green color and get tons of compliments on them. They’re super supportive, lightweight, and have held up great against months of running outdoors. Honestly, I’m already looking into buying a second pair!" —Heather Braga

    Get it from Allbirds for $125 (available in sizes 5-11 and 15 colors).

    22. A powerful LG stick vacuum that's completely cordless, so you can zoom around from room to room without accidentally ripping the plug out of the outlet. It may seem pricey, but it's a total game-changer and takes the hassle out of everyone's least favorite chore.

    BuzzFeed / John Mihaly, LG

    "I've been a Dyson stick vac user for many years now and have been fairly happy with it. I certainly wasn't in the market for a new vacuum, especially one that has a price tag even higher than a Dyson. But LG sent me the CordZero A9 Kompressor Stick Vacuum to test out. Yes, it is more than you'd ever want to spend on such a device. But it does a significantly better job than my Dyson (sorry, James). I was gobsmacked at the amount of dirt the vacuum sucked up from a carpet that had just recently been vacuumed. But here's the best part: there's a 'Kompressor' lever for compressing all that dirt so you can empty the bin without making an even bigger mess than the one you just cleaned up.

    The vac comes with two detachable and rechargeable batteries for up to 120 minutes of cleaning time. There's a charging stand, standard brush attachments, an easy-to-clean filter, and the dang thing has Wi-Fi that uses an app to 'check on your vacuum's cleaning history and conduct product diagnostics.' Totally forgot my password too! Because of its price, this is certainly not for everyone. But if you want the Mercedes of stick vacs, this is it!" —John Mihaly

    Get it from Amazon for $649 (originally $699.99).

    23. A classic pair of Chelsea boots with tons of rave reviews, because literally everyone needs this super versatile staple in their shoe lineup.

    Nisolo

    "I have these boots and L-O-V-E them! They're a great everyday boot that looks amazing with basically everything and ~elevates~ whatever you pair them with. They took a little time to break in around the toe box for me, but 10/10 would do it again. I highly recommend them!" —Rachel Dunkel

    Get them from Nisolo for $200 (available in sizes 5-11 and four colors).

    24. A classy poster that looks like it belongs in a museum but costs less than an actual ticket to one.

    Poster Store, Kayla Suazo/BuzzFeed

    "I recently stumbled upon the Poster Store and after dedicating hours of my life to perusing its site, I can't imagine buying art from another place for a while. I added some abstract prints to my home, and the quality makes me feel like I am some rich millionaire that can afford to buy expensive paintings. Poster Store forever." —Kayla Suazo

    Get it from Poster Store for $13.95+ (available in three sizes).

    25. A spacious and customizable armchair to add a classy touch to your living room. It will practically beg you to abandon your work and curl up with a good book instead, and who are you to say no?!

    AllForm

    "I own this chair, which means I can personally rave about it to all who will listen (slash read) what I have to say! In fact, I'm sitting on it as I type. There's plenty of space in the deep set design to curl your feet up while reading a book, or lounge around casually when guests are over. Comfy as it is, it looks anything but casual. Being able to customize both the color of the chair and the leg finish made it *brilliantly* simple to complement my sofa. This chair massively upgraded an apartment that's mostly filled with IKEA bookshelves and it makes me feel every flavor of fancy." —Mal Mower

    Get it from Allform for $695+ (originally $869+, available in nine fabric/leather colors and three leg finishes).

    26. A silicone covered spatula that plays well with all your nonstick bakeware and is compact enough for scraping that last bit of peanut butter out of the jar.

    Side view of OXO silicone jar spatula
    Amazon

    "Whenever I cook things like scrambled eggs or pasta sauces or when I'm mixing sticky ingredients like for cake batter, this spatula is my go-to. It's narrow and bendable so it gets into tough-to-reach places and scrapes the edges of mixing bowls, and it's gentle and silicone, so it never scratches my pans." —Hannah Loewentheil

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    27. A pair of L.L. Bean moccasins so you can fulfill your dream of walking on a cloud.

    L.L. Bean

    "I've had my mocs for well over five years, and they are still kicking. Even though the genuine shearling lamb fur interior is a bit worn down after so much use, they still feel like a super cozy hug every single time I put them on. I've even worn them during the summer months and they're not sweaty at all. It's just that they're so damn comfortable and putting on socks nowadays seems like an effort. So if wearing slippers all day is wrong, I don't want to be right."—John Mihaly

    Check out his full L.L. Bean moccasins review.

    Get it from L.L. Bean for $79 (available in sizes 7-14, two widths and five colors).

    28. A super portable espresso maker that produces some impressively bold flavors for such a tiny gadget. If you're a caffeine fanatic, say hello to your new little friend.

    Rachel Dunkel / Via BuzzFeed

    "The Nanopresso blows my mind every time I use it. It's SO simple to make a fast and easy espresso in the morning or after dinner, which is usually one of the best parts of my day. I also love to camp, and this is going to be *perfect* for the outdoors. If you can boil water, you can have espresso, with the simple pump mechanism that requires no electricity or flat stove top. The set also comes with a scoop, cup, and cleaning brush and it all fits together into the main body for super small storage and easy travel. Every espresso lover needs a Nanopresso." —Rachel Dunkel

    Get it from Amazon for $69.80.

    29. A wonderfully simple yet iconic T-shirt featuring Justine Frischmann of Elastica, which some of you may remember from the '90s Britpop scene and others from the Captain Marvel trailer.

    Boss Trés Bien

    "As a fan of '90s Britpop, Elastica's self-titled debut album remains an all-time favorite of mine. I also had a huge crush on their lead singer Justine Frischmann (magazine cover in my school locker and everything). Anyway, for the past year and a half, Boss Trés Bien has been creating original artwork and insightful bios of musicians posted every day on Instagram. Some of these have been turned into T-shirts including the one I'm wearing. I even got a matching Damon Albarn for my wife (If you know, you know)." —John Mihaly

    Get it from Boss Trés Bien for $27 (available in sizes S-5XL).

    30. An innovative set of cleaning tablets that will completely transform the way you clean your home. Simply pop a tablet into one of the included refillable glass bottles, add some water, and then you'll have a bottle filled with household cleaner or hand soap.

    Rachel Dunkel / BuzzFeed

    "The kit comes with three reusable cleaning bottles, one reusable foaming hand soap bottle and four tablets — one each for multi-surface, glass and mirror, bathroom, and foaming hand soap solutions. Just fill each bottle with water and drop in the corresponding tablet. It's as simple as that! The cleaner is made with no triclosan, parabens, phosphates, ammonia, or VOCs.

    Listen, maybe it's just a Me Problem, but I always get kind of confused about what cleaning products to use where — they're usually dangerous chemicals and I don't want to mess up! With Blueland, it's honestly a relief to have the bottles labeled, telling me exactly where to use each product. And it's doubly a relief to know that they're all ~clean~ cleaning products regardless." —Rachel Dunkel

    Get it from Blueland for $39.

    31. A pair of Madewell high-rise skinny jeans specifically designed for hourglass figures, meaning you just found the rare pair of denim that fits snugly at the waist and thighs without giving up comfort.

    AnaMaria Glavan / BuzzFeed

    "Now, if you share my problem of finding quality jeans that fit both your waist and thighs, then Madewell's curvy jeans line *is* the solution — they're specifically designed for hourglass figures that scoff at the idea of a belt. I own four pairs of denim from this line and I wear them, um, religiously. They're on the pricier side, but I cannot stress enough how worth it they are. I've washed all of my Madewell curvy jeans about 1,000 times each and they still fit *and* look exactly as they did when I first got 'em. No fading." —AnaMaria Glavan

    Read her full Madewell Curvy Jeans review.

    Get it from Madewell for $128 (available in sizes 23-37 and four lengths).

    32. And a memory foam mattress topper that will transform your bed into a comfy dreamland oasis and is durable enough to last for years and years to come. Sweet dreams!

    Amazon

    "I personally use it to transform my cheap little mattress into a cozy cloud of comfort. It added 3 inches to my bed and has helped me sleep SO much better!" —Kayla Boyd

    Get it from Amazon for $239.20+ (originally $299+, available in six sizes and two firmness options).

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