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    28 "Shark Tank" Products That'll Make Your Everyday Routine A Little Easier

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    1. A Michel Mercier Detangler brush to make quick, gentle work of your wet or dry hair thanks to a total of freaking 428 bristles in 32 different heights.

    the brush on a stack of towels in a bathroom

    Promising review: "I have very thick, dense, curly hair. After shampooing I always dread breaking out my five different combs and brushes to try to comb through my hair. Always took an hour to do and with a lot of breakage no matter how careful I was to take my time. This product replaced all of them and it takes me literally, less than 10 minutes to detangle my entire head of hair. I LOVE THIS BRUSH!!!" —NchantngPoet

    Get the thick hair brush from Amazon for $12.95 (available in several brush types).

    2. A Squatty Potty which, if you don't already know what it does, helps position your body in a way that'll feel more natural for your colon and, therefore, make going no. 2 easier. (More or less.)

    model wearing clothes sitting on a toilet with their feet propped on the stool-like squatty potty

    Promising review: "I've struggled with the #2 for the last couple years. I've gone from Defecating Toxic Avenger to 'Dear GOD! I feel like I'm passing the Twin King Guardian Statues.' It's been a sphincter nightmare. No matter what I tried: prunes, more water, high fiber, Taco Bell, even White Castle — nothing was working. Usually, in a three-week interval, I'd get very sick and spend three to four hours going to the bathroom nine or ten times. After my sphincter would be tender and I'm damn near positive if this had gone on, it would be the end of me. Then I saw this. Decided to go ahead and plunk down the $25. By day two of using it I started to feel better and my cramps were gone. I swear to god, when I go on my next road trip, I'm taking the damn thing with me, and IDGAF if my friends laugh at me. This damn thing may have saved my health and possibly my life." —DJ_Malsidious

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99. Not into the white plastic look? Check out a ghost acrylic version.

    3. Spretz, a 2-in-1 hand sanitizer and mouth freshening spray so there'll be one less thing to carry while you're doing errands.

    person spraying hand with the product
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    Each sprayer has 140+ individual sprays.

    Get a three-pack from Spretz for $10.99 (available in three flavor combos; limit of five three-packs per order).

    4. A tube of Nerd Wax so your eyeglasses or sunglasses will stop sliding as you go about your day. I can't be the only one to have sunnies clatter to the ground because I'm sweating it up.

    person putting nerdwax on the bridge of sunglasses

    Promising review: "We saw this on Shark Tank, and thought we'd give it a shot. The Chapstick-sized tube is perfect for travel. Walking on a beach with sunglasses on, sweat makes them slide down. Just a couple of dabs of this Nerdwax keeps them in place. It also worked well keeping glasses up during snow blowing in a recent blizzard. So while I'd rather use it walking on a beach, it did the job when I was shoveling snow as well. Is it costly? Yes. But does it work? Yes!" —Ernest DeFelice

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in one- or four-packs).

    5. Morning Head, a cap that you wet, plop on your head, then take off so you can quickly style your pop without taking a whole dang shower. Reviewers who shower at night love it., Amazon

    Promising review: "I leave early in the morning, shave and shower the night before. Gotta stick my head under the faucet every morning — not easy with a big ole head like mine, lol. My wife got this for me after she saw it on TV. It works. I put warm water in it ,and wear it as I'm getting dressed. Take it off, wring it out, good to go. You could do the same thing with a wash rag and a shower cap but what the heck. Wearing the warm Morning Head thing is part of my a.m. ritual. It's $10, but it saves time so I think it's worth it." —Corey Nahman

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

    6. A Turbie Twist so the days of balancing a heavy body towel on your head while you put on mascara is a thing of the past. Your poor neck! I have a LOT of hair past my shoulders and this bb handles it sopping wet, no problem.

    person wearing the turbie twist on head while wearing clothes
    Turbie Twist

    Promising review: "As good as all the reviews and YouTube videos said. Being my favorite color and polka dots to boot? It doesn't get better. The fastener design is pretty genius, stays on well. I don't have very thick hair but I think it would be equally great for thick hair. If you have hair past your shoulders it would be longer than the length of the twist but I believe you can just tuck it inside and still be ok. It speeds up the drying process and keeps my curls curly and healthy since I get to avoid the hairdryer. I often have to lie down immediately after a shower and it protects my pillow from getting wet." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $18.58 (available in two prints).

    7. A Stasher reusable silicone bag that's actually *airtight* whether you're using it to keep snacks fresh or marinate some protein, so you won't want to throw it away after a few uses like so many you've tried before. (You can even throw it in the dishwasher and microwave — the dream!)

    person holding the bag with asparagus in it pouring olive oil into the bag

    FYI, it's self-sealing and non-plastic. It's also free of BPA, PVC, and latex.

    Promising review: "I've tried a LOT of reusable bags as there are a lot of options out there all using a variety of materials. The fabric ones just get gross over time. The vinyl ones are hard to clean and aren't usually dishwasher-safe. There are other silicone ones that need a separate rod to close them that you can easily lose. This one is the most simple and easy to use. No separate pieces to lose. Can withstand any temperature/microwave/dishwasher/whatever. And if they get gunky they are very easy to clean and I trust that they aren't hiding gross crumbs in any of the crevices. My only complaint is the cost — they are the most expensive and I wish they offered a bulk discount. If they were cheaper I would use them for EVERYTHING (open cheese in cheese drawer, all snacks on the go, etc)." —Megan A.

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in several sizes and colors).

    8. Makeup Junkie bags to help you round up your everyday essentials in a bag that has everything you could possibly want. It's wide, deep, lays flat when you open it, has a water-resistant interior, AND comes in a variety of designs to suit your liking.

    person holding up a Makeup Junkie bag
    Makeup Junkie

    Get this Aurora bag from Makeup Junkie for $32+ (available in four sizes), and check out the full selection here.

    9. A pair of Drainwigs, which is just fancy talk for some hair catchers that can hang out in your shower drains. Nothing throws a wrench in your day like a clogged drain when you're just trying to shower in the morn.


    Promising review: "I didn't even think about my shower drain being such a problem with hair. We have a relatively new shower and the drain was starting to be slow, but not really a problem because the pipe has a long drop. I was watching Shark Tank and thought maybe I need to check this out. Wow, there was a lot of hair to clean! Three long-haired girls in the house! I started using this and it pulled all sorts of hair out. We change it about once a month. Easy to pull out and no breaks or rust. I keep buying!" —Kindle Customer

    Get a pack of two from Amazon for $6.99+ (available in two designs).

    10. A PhoneSoap to kill up to 99.99% of bacteria with UV light on that tiny computer you clutch onto like your life depends on it every dang minute of the day (and insist on taking to the bathroom with you). Also we're *all* cleaning our stuff more often these days.

    open phonesoap device with a phone inside charging and light shining on the phone to sanitize

    It'll also work on other things you can fit inside, like eyeglasses!

    Promising review: "What a perfect gadget for getting your phone clean. After touching who knows what while commuting to work, and it being that time of year everyone around you gets sick, this comes in handy. After the first use it looked great, and then I wiped it down with the sponge that came with it. I feel so much better about using my phone now." —Crystal Gardner

    Get it from Amazon for $79.95.

    11. Scrub Daddy sponges who, if you're a frequent BuzzFeed Shopping reader, you'll recognize as the hardest lil' worker in anyone's kitchen. Trust me, this smiley face is worth the hype 10x over... even if you have a dishwasher!

    scrub daddy sponge being used to clean a dirty casserole dish
    Scrub Daddy

    Promising review: "I used to save these little gems for 'special projects' (what projects, I don't know because I ended up not ever using them!). Then one day I decided 'what the heck, just use one in the sink for dishes, you can always buy more.' Lo and behold, I LOVE them! They remove food off of dishes more easily than a sponge and I just throw them in the top rack of the dishwasher and they come out spotless! They never smell and always rinse out nicely in between washings. These little gems even take off hard water build up from my shower doors! (I also use regular cleaners with them to do the trick.). I love these so much I bought a bunch and used them as stocking stuffers last Xmas! Everyone loves them!" —DivaGranny

    Get three from Amazon for $9.99.

    12. Shower Pill face wipes (the spinoff of the orig body wipes) to help you clean up after that sweaty at-home HIIT session you've been doing during your lunch breaks without being harsh on your skin. (So proud of you!)

    person post-workout with jumprope pulling a wipe out of the packet

    Promising review: "I really like these face wipes and body wipes from this company. Some times after I get done working out or working out in the yard I want to cool off before jumping in the shower but don't want to sit down all nasty. So inside these to slightly clean up before jumping in the shower or getting in the car. There is a slight residue from these but it goes away quickly when it dries and leaves you feeling clean. They come in handy if you're camping and don't have access to a shower. Or just want to clean your face." —Amazon_Addict

    Get a 25-pack from Amazon for $6.99 (available in four pack sizes).

    13. And flushable Dude Wipes that'll help ya' tidy up your butt without leaving behind a stinky trash can or messing up the septic tank. They're 25% bigger than the average flushable wipes. OK so sometimes size does matter.

    pack of Dude wipes on a toilet

    Promising review: "As a disabled person, I use these wipes to do clean up after my morning bowel routine, and I find them to be very convenient. They have just the right amount of moisture and the aloe vera prevents my skin from becoming sore and irritated. They are a key item in my personal care." —Blane N. Beckwith

    Get 6 packs with 48 wipes each from Amazon for $18.78.

    14. Bottle Bright cleaning tablets to revive the look (and taste!) of the stainless-steel thermos you use every dang day (whether you're WFH or not) but aren't so great at washing like you should. Spare yourself some scrubbing.

    reviewer pic of a "before" dirty coffee stained thermos with an after of a clean thermos

    Promising review: "Finished using it five minutes ago and it’s the best! My husband uses a Stanley thermos daily to take coffee to work. He tries to remember to rinse it out every day, but that doesn’t always happen. I got the package today, filled the thermos with water, dropped a tablet in, and let it sit. I promptly forgot about it for a few hours. Initially, I was disappointed when I dumped the water, as it was barely tinged brown. Then I put fresh water in, covered the top, shook it, and OMG. The crap that came out was disgusting, yet fascinating. I looked in the thermos and saw almost nothing but sparkly silver! There was a little crud left in the top third of the thermos, but it’s a really tall one, so I wasn’t surprised. Got the bottle brush, swished twice, and bam! All clean! No fumes, no smell, no nothing, just clean. I used to struggle cleaning it with baking soda, vinegar, the brush, soap, and elbow grease. Screw that. I will forever use only these tablets! Here’s to better tasting (and way less gross) coffee!" —BranchingOut

    Get 12 tablets from Amazon for $8.

    15. A Q-flex acupressure tool ready to help you work out the knots from being sedentary. Maybe you don't do this on the reg but you SHOULD.


    Promising review: "Was hoping this would take my job of massaging my wife's back when she gets these little gravel-like knots in her muscles. It did! Saw it on Shark Tank. She loves it! The padded handle is great." —rrr

    Get it from Amazon for $24.99.

    16. A Beard King trimmings catcher that'll make cleaning the bathroom sink SO much easier if you can convince your currently bearded bae to actually use it.

    Promising review: "My girlfriend bought this for me as a present. At first I was skeptical to use, but once I got my hands out it there was no going back. I use my Beard Bib anywhere two to four times a week and cannot live without it. Not only does this serve a big purpose in my trimming routine but now I no longer have to argue with my girlfriend about all the mess that I USED to create. Also, we ordered a beard oil recently and reached out to customer support about the different scents they offer, they were super helpful! Overall it has been an awesome experience and they’ve truly made me feel like a King!" —Timur

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

    17. Safe grabs silicone mats for putting a safe barrier between hot things and important stuff, like your hands, in so many situations.

    person using the mats to get a hot bowl out of the microwave

    Promising review: "Okay, so I am a sucker for innovations that I see on Shark Tank so bought this without giving it much thought. When it arrived I thought I had probably made a mistake, but turns out I use them all the time. I keep one in the microwave, which makes cleanup easier but also allows me to use it as a potholder. I keep the other in a drawer and use it as a trivet to protect my counters and table. Stores easily, has lots of uses, cleans in a flash. Pretty cool." —Kathy, Avid Reader

    Get a pack of two Amazon for $27.95 (available in six colors).

    18. A tube of Wunderbrow, which is a super-long-lasting eyebrow gel that's waterproof so you won't have to worry about your brow filler sweating down your beautiful visage.


    Promising review: "I love this stuff! I’m one of those people who over-plucked in the past and now can’t get the thick eyebrows I once hated back. It does take practice and a little trial and error to get the perfect brow. I usually keep a Q-tip handy and sometimes have to reshape after I apply. It is waterproof and lasts a few days. I am careful in the shower when washing my face to wash around the brows. Photos are me out for a jog without anything on my brows, second is after delivering my baby — yes. After my water broke, I took a shower and applied my Wunderbrow! Lasted through 12 hours of labor and three days in the hospital. =)" —Tiffany Haney

    Get it from Amazon for $22 (available in five colors).

    19. A HoodiePillow that'll give you the best of both worlds when it comes to comfort and privacy if your commute entails letting someone else drive you. Or if you just want a little privacy as you WFH on the couch. Just think about it as your own lil' space.

    person on a large bus wearing the pillow that's a neck travel pillow with a hoodie attached to it

    Promising review: "Comfortable neck pillow. Great for air travel, the hoodie is very easy to adjust over your face, it helps me block out the unwanted light and overall sights on the plane! I also use when riding as a passenger in a car to get in a quick nap. The memory foam is quite comfortable." —TK

    Get it from Amazon for $29.95 (available in six colors).

    20. ReadeREST magnetic glasses holders – they can clip onto any of your shirts without leaving behind any damage, lest you forget another pair of reading glasses on a table. Somewhere....

    person placing a pair of glasses into the magnetic piece on shirt

    Promising review: "I can't tell you how many reading glasses I've killed in the past few years, largely from jettisoning them from my breast pocket or hooking them awkwardly in my shirt collar. These clips are amazing. They're discreet enough that I don't look like a goon wearing one on my shirt all day, and when I hang my glasses from them I can tie my shoes without spilling them lens-first on the ground. What else can a fellow ask for?" —Phil Selman

    Get two sets from Amazon for $18.99.

    21. A Comfort Click leather belt with 32 micro-adjustable positions so you can comfortably get dressed instead of squeezing yourself into a lil' torture device. No worry about adding a hole to your belt.

    the belt

    Promising review: "What a clever idea — a belt without holes! It's quite easy to put together and cut to an appropriate size. To me, it seems quite sturdy and the plastic latches the belt uses to clamp it on look solid enough. They don’t appear to look like they will wear out or separate from the belt anytime soon. A belt with holes tends to get ugly fairly quick, especially for someone like me who fluctuates in weight. I would expect this to stay looking sharp at least as long as belts with holes. Seems like some quality was built into this one. I bought a brown one after finding the black one quite satisfactory. I don’t expect these to last forever but should last long enough to be worth the price." —Alphonsel

    Get it from Amazon for $21.97+ (available in three colors).

    22. A Drop Stop car seat gap filler that'll help you say buh-bye to lost change, french fries, and even dropped phones — all of which are such a waste of time.

    person pressing the black seat gap filler around a seat belt buckle between the car console and seat

    Promising review: "I have to admit, my expectations weren't very high. I thought it was more of a joke when my husband got this for me for Christmas. Little did I realize it would be one of my most favorite gadgets ever! I don't know if I realized just how many things went missing in my seat gap. It has really saved a lot of things from disappearing into that black hole. It was easy enough to fit into my car and it's soft! It's just like an extension of my seat, except it fits every curve of my seat! There really isn't another product that compares to this." —Tessa Forbes

    Get two from Amazon for $19.99.

    23. An EZPZ mat, aka a no-slip placemat/plate, your toddler will try their best to budge but they won't. MUHAHAHAHHAHA.

    top down look at oval silicone mat with walled sections for food on a baby's high chair

    Promising review: "Does your child 'feed the dog' during meal time? While this dish won't guarantee they won't continue that fun habit, it sure helps. Instead of 'wiping all the food' off his highchair tray, now my grandson's food sits in this sturdy dish that can't move. And I mean can't! It stays put and the cut pieces are easy to pick up it. Easy to clean too!" —Reeve

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (and check out the rest of the EZPZ mats).

    24. A water-resistant dbest Smart Cart shopping cart that'll hold up to 110 pounds of stuff if your day-to-day has you carting a bunch of stuff around. Plus when you're done it'll fold up flat for easy storage!


    But it only weighs 3 lbs.

    Promising review: "Very easy to store. I roll it fully loaded between my car and my classroom without problems. I drive a tiny car with next to no trunk which made conventional rolling crates a hassle but this one takes just the right amount of space. I also love how flexible it is, which makes it less likely to break with just a little bump like rolling carts will, and how the bottom hasn't shown signs of detaching from the sides like my rolling crate did. All in all, I love it and recommend it. Just don't judge it by its size when you receive it. Fill it up first so you can actually see how much it holds." —CV

    Get it on Amazon for $25.25+ (available in 21 colors).

    25. Bambooee reusable towels to replace most (if not all!) of the paper towels you go through on the reg. I can't be the only one who's constantly cleaning up my own spills., Amazon

    Promising review: "I've had my Bambooee rolls for five months now. I love using it to clean most of the surfaces at home such as kitchen counter tops, table, and bathroom surfaces. I still buy paper towels for when I eat. This for me did not replace paper towels but it did replace the amount of paper towels I use. Instead of grabbing a paper towel to wipe down my kitchen counter top, I grab a Bambooee and clean up any mess.

    The great part about the Bambooee vs. a rag is that it does not smell! The bamboo never gets moldy or harbors any bacteria. You can tell by smell alone. You can use it multiple times, rinse it with water and soap, and then let it air dry by the sink. I hang mine under they sink. After one week of use, I'll throw it in a bin for wash. I wash it on hot with bleach and detergent. I do not put it in the dryer. It shrinks drastically when you do. Instead I air dry them. Stretch them out when they're still wet. Then after when they're dry I roll them back on to the roller it came with. I stick the whole roll under the sink. I have noticeably spent less on paper towels. I love this product so much!" —AmazonAddict

    Get a roll with 20 sheets from Amazon for $12.99.

    26. A Rapid Ramen Cooker that'll transform a brick of noods into the base for a delish meal in just three minutes in the microwave! 'Tis time to put that ramen you've been hoarding in the pantry to tasty use.

    the cooker with ramen ingredients in it

    Promising review: "God's ramen cooker. This thing may seem like just an ordinary Tupperware, but I assure you it will blow that thin plastic garbage out of the water. It retains heat amazingly and does not bend or falter under extreme temperatures. I'm a college student and I have never felt such joy from making ramen in my small dorm microwave, for a 900-watt I recommend five minutes. Buy this product if you live and breathe air, because it is beautiful." —Theron

    Get it from Amazon for $9.79 (available in seven colors).

    27. An Fresh Patch Disposable Dog Potty made with real grass and super absorbent. It'll especially come in handy for apartment dwellers because not everyone has a lush yard!


    Promising review: "This is an awesome product! I recently adopted a 2-year-old small dog and was told at the shelter that he was surrendered because he 'soiled in the house'. I was determined to find a solution and to work with him as long as I needed, as I feel it rarely is the dog's fault. I remembered seeing the Fresh Patch on Shark Tank and started a search on the Internet. Amazon popped right up and since I use it all the time I didn't hesitate to place an order! It came fresh, boxed well, and ready to go. I love this little porch potty and so does Jax. We use it on the deck and he has never had an accident in the house since! I also had back surgery recently and this has been a godsend because I could let Jax out and remain in my PJs! Wouldn't be without it and I highly recommend to others!" —PurpleRibbon

    Get it from Amazon for $24+ (available in three sizes).

    28. A box of Third Wave Water capsules that'll minerally enhance your subpar tap water to make it taste better, especially when it comes to bevs like coffee and tea.

    the box of product with a coffee setup

    Promising review: "If you have a reverse osmosis system this is essential for coffee. I love RO water for just drinking, however for coffee, mixing this in gives a very robust, aromatic coffee. The first cups I made with RO water tasted very bland/flat, nearly like nothing at all. This with dark roast tastes better than most cups I get at places that make you pay $4 for a cup." —J. Press

    Get a box of 12 capsules (which makes 12 gallons of water) on Amazon for $15.

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