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    45 Products That Deserve An Award For How Much Money They'll Save You

    Here's to this itty bitty hair removal tool to spare you from spending money on face waxing ever again.

    1. A dual hair dryer and brush to dry your hair as you style it and give your 'do an incredible amount of volume and shine, without the cost of a pricey blowout.

    2. A sweet lil' purple reusable Keurig cup designed to work universally in all of its models, so you can not only avoid plastic waste from the disposable cups, but you can save a whoooole lotta dough on expensive K-Cups you've been buying in bulk.

    3. A two-stage knife-sharpener, because those blades you bought back in the day?? They're probably super dull by now. Instead of replacing them with pricy versions, ~refresh~ them with this.

    Hands running a knife through the small sharpener

    4. A bottle of wood polish to instantly make your scuffed up doors, hardwood floors, and furniture look so spanking new that you'll wonder if it's not actually wood polish but a time machine. Why get new tables or fancy professional restoration when you've got a $9 secret weapon??

    Image of water stained wood cabinet with the wood looking completely restored in after pic

    5. A waterproof pouch that'll keep your phone and other expensive "doesn't play well with water"-type gadgets safe. Not only does this keep them safe, but you can still use the touchscreen with it, meaning you can take underwater photos galore 🐠🐟🐡.

    6. A cold brew coffee maker to save you approximately a bajillion dollars from morning trips to Starbucks. All you have to do is add coffee to the airtight brewer, add your water to the coffee maker, and pop it in the fridge overnight. BOOM, caffeine city.

    The cold brew coffee pitcher next to a cup of cold brew

    7. A hair thinner and cutter that people swear by for all sorts of styling hacks you usually have to go to a salon for, whether it's trimming their bangs, maintaining a cut, or giving themselves natural-looking layers.

    8. An enzyme-based laundry stain remover that works its magic in one wash to help you instantly get rid of all that discolored dried sweat, oil stains, or deodorant residue on your favorite clothes, so you don't have to spend money to replace them or fix them up professionally.

    A before image of a stained shirt and an after image of it without stains

    9. An easy-to-follow magnetized air fryer cooking cheat sheet to encourage you to cook more affordable meals at home by showing you all the fun ways you can mix and match your basic meats, veggies, and frozen foods without getting bored.

    A spiraled notebook style cheat sheet with tabs for tips and tricks and different kinds of meat

    10. A painless, mint-flavored teeth-whitening pen for sensitive teeth and gums that can help lighten up years' worth of stains from coffee, tea, wine, or just ... you know. Existing as a human with teeth. All in all, a much gentler, cheaper alternative to pricey whitening procedures.

    before and after images of yellow and then whiter teeth

    11. A jar of internet-beloved The Pink Stuff, which tackles so many darn things that it'll save you money left and right. Need to paint over a stain on the wall? Get it off with The Pink Stuff. Think you need to replace that caked over grimy pan? Put The Pink Stuff to the test. About to hire cleaners to tackle whatever the heck is going on in your tub? 1-800-The-Pink-Stuff, baby!!

    12. A roll of clear heavy-duty double-sided removable tape that truly did not come here to play. People use this as a cheap, effective method for everything from mounting wall hangings and electronics to securing their vases and glass objects to tables to keeping their rugs in place. It's also easily removable and leaves no residue behind, so you can save money on your security deposit when you move out!

    13. A pair of comfy period-proof underwear designed to hold two tampons' worth of period blood that will save you a ton of bucks on pads and tampons in the long run — not to mention on replacement underwear from pairs that couldn't handle stains from leakage.

    14. A produce-saving storage container designed to keep your fruits and veggies fresh for so much longer than they would on their lonesome, so you can actually get your money's worth outta your groceries time and time again.

    15. A set of itty bitty dermaplaning razors you can use to take care of those lil' unibrow hairs that keep dodging your tweezers or work whatever face fuzzies you might want to take care of in a gentle way without dropping cash for yet another trip to the salon.

    16. Or a painless battery-charged hair remover you can simply glide over super fine hair like the hair above your lip or between your brows that's wayyy cheaper (and easier!) than a professional wax.

    17. A bottle of Elizavecca Hair Treatment, an Olaplex "dupe" repairing mask infused with collagen ingredients and protein extracts that will help restore hair health and reduce shedding (without the steep $28 price tag). All you gotta do is apply it on wet hair after a shampoo, wait five minutes, and rinse it out.

    18. A bottle of Drop It, a natural wine sulfate and tannin remover that works its magic on your glass in just 20 seconds, sparing you the infamous Post-Wine Headache and allergic reactions. It's also a lot more cost-effective and environmentally-friendly than wine wands or other competitors — a single bottle of this can be used to treat up to 55 glasses of wine, as opposed to wands that can only do a few glasses each before they get tossed.

    19. An MVP-worthy pet urine stain-removing spray that instantly tackles both old and new stains *plus* the yucky smell, so you can enjoy the new quality time you might be getting with your pet without sacrificing your carpet and/or your nostrils.

    20. An internet-beloved set of makeup sponges for expert-level blending and coverage that reviewers have crowned a Beauty Blender dupe. It works for foundation, BB cream, powder, *and* concealer, plus wet or dry, so basically it's working harder than I have for *checks watch* my whole life.

    21. A set of three adorable, machine-washable Swedish dish cloths — they're super absorbent and designed with a cross-hatch pattern for easier scrubbing. Each one of these can replace over a DOZEN paper towel rolls. The Brawny paper towel man is shaking.

    A person washing a bowl with a Swedish dishcloth

    22. A gel nail polish kit complete with everything you need for a cost-cutting professional-level manicure without ever once interrupting the sacred flow of your Netflix queue.

    23. A super quiet, lightweight, portable electric pet nail trimmer so you can take care of it at home instead of relying on an expensive groomer. This has a design that even the most easily spooked pupper or resentful cat will appreciate — its gentle vibrations make the whole process less alarming to their lil' brains, and easier on pet owners.

    White wand-shaped nail grinder showing three different settings for different sized dogs and nails

    24. A super-soft Makeup Eraser to wipe makeup right off your face with nothing but water and a gentle scrub — I've been using one for a years now and it has *drastically* cut down my routine and saved money on makeup remover.

    25. Or an eyebrow tint to semi-permanently dye your brow hairs for up to six weeks, helping either fill them in or to dye over gray hairs just as effectively as a salon tint would. A lot of reviewers swapped this for doing brow makeup completely.

    Reviewer's brows before the tint, during the tint, and after, to show the subtly more filled in, darker effect

    26. An all-purpose car upholstery cleaner so you can go ham on the interior of your car and lift up all the stains in one deeply satisfying go instead of taking it to the expensive car cleaner with a VERY sheepish expression about your Diet Coke spilling habits.

    A before pic of a stained, grimy cloth car interior and and after pic of it without stains on it anymore

    27. A tin of Cirepil blue wax beads, which is actually a wax a ton of professional salons use anyway — skip the $$$ and do it yourself. This uses a gentle hard wax to easily remove both the coarsest and finest of hairs in a matter of minutes, leaving you with skin so smooth that you're going to have to sit on your hands stop yourself from stroking your underarms and legs in public.

    A before image of a reviewer's underarm hair, then a picture of the blue wax with hair of it, and an after image of the reviewer's hairless underarms

    28. A mini steamer for your clothes that heats up in literally a minute and a half, so you can skip the dry cleaner (and/or hanging your shirts up on the door while you're in the shower and praying to the fabric gods that the wrinkles magically disappear).

    29. Plus an emergency wet phone fix designed to rapidly dry your waterlogged handheld tech, whether it went through the wash or fell straight into the bathtub after you used it as a pretend microphone to mouth the words to Folklore for the hundredth time.

    Model putting a samsung phone into a small white bag called "wet phone fix"

    30. A ring size adjuster for loose rings, a comfy money-saver in the long run for anyone whose fingers are in between sizes and doesn't want to shell out big bucks to get everything resized.

    31. A battery-operated depiller you can use on sweaters, socks, and bedding to suck all the gunky fabric up, saving you the money of having to replace staples year after year.

    32. A jewelry-cleaning stick with cleansing solution on a brush designed specifically to get in the nooks and crannies of your jewelry, so you can dig out all the grime that's accumulated over the years on the cheap instead of taking it to the jeweler.

    33. A drain snake you can funnel into your shower or sink drain that honestly works a little *too* well at unclogging hair, pulling it up in one (semi-horrifying) go before you even have to start googling expensive plumbers.

    34. A set of reusable silicone Stasher bags you can get in a ton of bright, fun colors and different sizes to help significantly cut down your plastic use, saving both your money *and* the environment. Plus, these work in more than just the fridge — they're freezer- and microwave-safe, too.

    A transparent aqua Stasher bag full of fruit

    35. A set of five machine-washable, rip-proof, suuuper colorful grocery bags to replace your use of plastic and paper bags, now that a lot of states have policies to charge for disposable ones. Plus, these fold into neat little squares so you can easily keep them in your car, purse, or bag!

    Reviewer image of colorful bags full of groceries in a car trunk

    36. A set of colorful cable protectors for your expensive chargers, because someone (*glares in the general direction of Apple HQ*) couldn't be bothered to make versions that don't break like twigs. These will stop them from bending and the wires from fraying when you're on the move.

    37. A bunch of Miracle-Gro "food spikes" for your potted plants that will continuously feed them for 30 to 60 days, and can bring even the saddest-looking plants back from the brink of death — a much cheaper solution than fancy new fertilizers and sun lamps (or, uh, scrapping the dead plant and starting off with a new one).

    Model pushing green pellet into a potted plant