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    28 Products On Amazon Our Readers Are Loving Right Now

    A bottle of silicone lube, colorful socks, snail slime eye masks, and 25 other favorite products from our recent posts.


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    1. A flower-print sweatshirt so you can serve genuine looks while running errands.

    Promising review: "Very trendy sweater. The hood is oversized so it can bunch up in the front or back and it has super long drawstrings. All in all a GREAT sweater. My sister hadn't seen anything like it and loved it." —Sam

    Price: $9.99 (available in sizes S–XL and in nine colors)

    2. A dozen bath bombs made with super moisturizing cocoa butter, because you deserve to treat yourself to a relaxing dip in the bath.

    The set includes 12 scents: raspberry vanilla, kiwi strawberry, lavender, lemongrass green tea, mango papaya, shea coconut, victorian rose, melon ball, and others!

    Promising review: "The bombs dissolve in the water quickly and completely and leave your skin really soft. These would make a really nice gift for someone who enjoys baths. They are packaged very nicely in the box and then wrapped with tissue paper and labeled with the scent name. All of these bombs smell really nice and aren't overpowering. I have already ordered another box." —J. Jones

    Price: $26.80 (for a set of 12)

    3. A hamper with removable liners, making it so much easier to separate and transport your dirty-ass clothes to the wash.

    Promising review: "Love this hamper. It is beautifully made and easy to put together and handle. I love the convenience of having an interior laundry bag that velcros for easy removal. I purchased the grey color and it is a beautiful color." —jloss

    Price: $39.96 (available in four colors)

    4. A copy of A New Way to Dinner: A Playbook of Recipes and Strategies for the Week Ahead that'll assist in all of your cooking endeavors, especially if you can't stand making your own meals.

    Promising review: "I am off to a great start with the book. I have cooked parts of two menus. The recipes I've made so far (rosy chicken, roasted applesauce, spicy pork, and pickled onions), have been really really good. It's also been a good learning tool for me. I tend not to prepare food in advance, except soups and braises, so the practice of also preparing (and correctly storing) salad components and sides has been terrific. Spending several hours on the weekend cooking is a bummer for me. Taking the anxiety and agony of meal planning, shopping, cooking, and cleaning out of the equation on busy weekdays really changed things for me and makes me glad I took the time." —MCJ

    Price: $23.16

    5. A refreshing pack of eye patches made of gold and snail extract to sloowly firm the skin around your under eyes, making them less puffy and pronounced., Rebecca O'Connell / BuzzFeed

    Promising review: "I love it. I have dry and puffy under eyes, and always forget to apply eye cream so I bought these eye masks. I like how light but moisturizing they are. In the morning I just put them on while getting dressed and then after like 10 minutes my eyes are not puffy and are hydrated and ready for makeup!" —Melissa Z.

    Price: $10.35 (for a pack of 60)

    6. A set of motion sensor closet lights that'll illuminate the pathway to your perfect outfit day after day.

    With double-sided adhesive pads, these bad boys can stick anywhere! The bulbs also last for 10,000 hours, which sounds like a whole lot of time, while the lights automatically turn on if you're in the 7–10 foot range!

    Promising review: "We are obsessed with these lights! We bought them for areas in the house or garage you need a quick light for and there isn’t a convenient switch. We put one on the inside and outside of our back garage door as they magnetically stick to the aluminum door, which makes it easy when you are fumbling for your keys and to see the stairs in the garage. We also put some under cabinets in the laundry room and office desk which have saved us from several stumbles! You’d be surprised at how many areas of your home you can find great uses for these that you may not have even thought of! These work great. Very happy!" —Lindsay LaJoye

    Price: $13.47 (for a set of three, also available in warm white)

    7. A kitchen caddy so your sponges won't get all gross and mildewy from just sitting in the sink and soaking up dirty dishwater.

    It can hold dish soap, sponges, brushes and washcloths. It's also dishwasher safe!

    Promising review: "Didn't know what I missing until I got this attractive storage device. It holds brushes, sponges and other kitchen tools. Bottom of unit contains a drain so there is no dripping on the sink. It sits comfortably on the sink ledge. A nice, useful addition to the kitchen — makes the sink area more organized." —DS

    Price: $12.77

    8. A microfiber hair towel made with lisse crepe fabric to prevent frizzy hair and flyaways whenever you wash your precious locks.

    Promising review: "This towel really makes a difference in the level of frizz I have. I have wavy hair and when I use actual product in it my waves have more curl to them and this towel really helps when shaping my curls. When I use a normal towel it dries out my hair too much and I end up with tons of fly aways. I tie my hair up a lot so it normally doesn't matter, but when I want to have my hair natural, I never do it without this towel." —Stephanie

    Price: $14.99

    9. A set of moisture-wicking wool socks that'll keep those toes toasty without the smell of sweat, because that's just gross.

    Promising review: "Super cute colors! They're comfortable, warm, and durable. I’ve washed mine twice and they still holds their shape. There isn't any fading or discoloration so far! I wear them all around the house and they keep my cold feet warm." —Christine larrazabal

    Price: $9.99 (for a pack of five; available in six colors)

    10. A handy fountain with three water flow settings for all of your kitties who are just so... ~particular~ about what they drink out of!

    It recirculates water flow so tap water always tastes super fresh!

    Promising review: "Cats aren't prone to drinking enough water, and they also abhor getting their whiskers wet. This fountain, recommended by a friend, was a huge hit from the moment I set it up and solved both of those problems. My kitty now guzzles water any time she wishes, which is definitely more than before (and yay, I don't have to turn the sink on for her now, which was the only way she'd drink water). This is fantastic!" —Pgilly

    Price: $29.99

    11. A bottle of long-lasting silicone lube to keep things super slick and sexy, because chafing down below isn't ideal.

    Silicone lube is great to get down and dirty with a latex condom (and can be applied less often), but it's not so great with sex toys, babies! Stay safe out there!

    Promising review: "My first time using silicone and it was great! It didn't give me a sticky feeling after at all! It actually felt kinda moisturizing. I always used water-based but this is so much better and it lasts really long without getting that weird dry sticky feel during intercourse." —Markysign

    Price: $8.99

    12. A stainless steel pant hanger that'll free up some much-needed space in your already crowded closet by allowing you to hold multiple pairs of jeans on one hanger without creasing. GENIUS!

    Some of y'all are so organized, I just throw my jeans on the floor like a heathen.

    Promising review: "I bought it for my husband’s jeans which were basically snapping our hangers in the closet and it has been fantastic! They hold in place, doesn’t bend and his jeans are all in one place!" —C. Aparicio

    Price: $8.97

    13. A couple of easy-grip mixing bowls to get your wrists whipping while you're making some stir fry or a large wedding cake — whatever moves you!

    Includes 3/4-, 1.5-, 3-, 4-, 5-, and 8-quart bowls!

    Promising review: "These are gorgeous! The photo does not do them justice. Not the least bit flimsy, and they sit very steadily. I really like the substantial lip on the rim. These will make perfect gifts too. They came carefully packed, and not a single ding." —dvz

    Price: $24.99 (for a set of six)

    14. A pair of removable ice cleats you can fold up and pack in your bag so you won't have to slip and slide over black ice while you're walking the dog.

    The cleats are super lightweight and use a tension fit system to securely fit on the shoes you already own!

    Promising review: "We get more ice than snow in Portland, and walking the dog has been a frightening experience. Not anymore. These things bite into the ice and make me feel almost invincible. I'm passing people on the sidewalk. My dog wishes he had some for his paws. I'm telling everyone I know to get them." —J. Duncan

    Price: $11.05+ (available in sizes XS-XL and in six colors)

    15. An electric pet nail grinder that'll safely give your pup or kitty a much-needed manicure without the risk of clipping them too short so they can stop accidentally scratching your leg (or your furniture).

    It comes with three size ports for tiny puppers or huge doggos with oversized paws, and recharges through a USB port!

    Promising review: "My dog gets horribly stressed with grooming and nail clipping, and seeing as she is about 13-years-old I try not to stress her out too much. Purchasing this was my final attempt for at-home grooming and I'm so happy to say that IT WORKED. While she wasn't a fan of the buzzing, once she was settled in and realized the nail grinder would do no harm to her, she was calm and I was able to finish grinding down all four paws in no time! It took about 20 minutes to finish and the battery stayed strong through to the end without any previous charging. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone who has a stressed pup when it comes to nail clipping." —Victoria Ianuzzi

    Price: $22.99

    16. A soothing body wash with eucalyptus and peppermint oil to calm, nourish, and hydrate dry skin, leaving you squeaky clean!

    Promising review: "I'm addicted to this body wash. I have extremely dry sensitive skin and most soaps cause me to have dry broken patches of skin but this stuff never irritates my skin and even soothes it when it's irritated. The scent is awesome and the company sources it's ingredients ethically so it's a win-win!" —Lisa St. Pierre

    Price: $11.04

    17. A personalized pet tag so your doggo and kitty cat will be able to let everyone know they're yours and hopefully kind humans will return them back home if they ever get lost.

    They're completely customizable and you can choose between a bone, circle, heart, flower, shield, house, star, rectangle, or bow tie.

    Promising review: "Just totally awesome! We've moved several times in the past couple of years and each time, I purchased a new tag for my pooch. The quality is very, very good. Every time, the tag arrived quickly and was completely flawless. I was so happy to ensure that my dog would have an up-to-date tag to match our new coordinates just as we arrived. Also, the front and back side information gave me peace of mind as I was able to include both mine and my wife's phone numbers in the event that our pup escaped. If we move again (hopefully, not), I will be back purchasing another tag." —Glenn D

    Price: $7.95 (available in 10 patterns)

    18. A transparent cosmetic organizer to keep your abundance of makeup all in one place, because looking through a makeup bag was so last year.

    It has four draws and an overhead compartment to store lippies and various forms of mascara and concealer!

    Promising review: "It has two large bottom drawers and two smaller top drawers along with a top display that can fit lippies, mascaras, sponges, and whatever your heart desires! To my surprise, the top part does not stick to the drawer portion so you can easily move the two around!" —Kristen Sunshine

    Price: $13.99

    19. An adorable copy of Rocket Science for Babies so all the geeky parents can read to their tiny tots and hopefully gift them with a bit of genius.

    Promising review: "I'm a meteorologist and my sister is a mechanical engineer, so when I came across this series of books while shopping for my new nephew, I had to grab them all. While the illustrations are minimalist, it doesn't matter because this is for an infant. They're solidly constructed to where a baby can't destroy them. They're honestly more about being a nerd and giving them to other nerd parents. My sister thinks they're great and these should last for many more nieces and nephews to come. Science!" —Micah R.

    Price: $7.24

    20. A trendy pair of leggings with cool mesh panels to look like Sporty Spice while you finish off that last mile.

    Promising review: "These leggings are made with a thick nylon material. They feel very well made and have already held up to multiple uses and washes. I wear them for jogging or cross training and they stay in place without me having to constantly adjust after each movement. For the price, these perform better than expected. Plus, they are very cute and on-trend with the mesh cutouts." —K. Buckson

    Price: $12.88+ (available in sizes S–L and in 14 patterns)

    21. A pack of super cute mochi animals ready for you to poke and prod at their squishy stomachs. It'll help with all that stress you've been having lately.

    Promising review: "How can you not relieve stress when holding onto these cute little stress toys? Besides the adorable kitty shapes, they are so soft and squishy. They are small enough that no one really notices them when I am dealing with stressful situations." —Linda

    Price: $6.49 (for a pack of five)

    22. A satin pajama set for serving soft and sensual looks before knocking out and dreaming of food.

    Promising review: "I bought the navy blue set and it is true to the color and fits as expected. The fabric feels just the same as my Victoria's Secret set and I paid a fraction of the price! Very impressed!" —Sheila Smith

    Price: $19.99+ (available in sizes XS-XL and in seven colors)

    23. A draped cardigan that'll keep you warm when the office decides to slowly freeze you in the worst way possible.

    Promising review: "This is a nice lightweight cardigan. I like the longer length without it being too long even for a short girl like me. It's the perfect texture for wearing around the office." —thirty1flv

    Price: $7.17+ (available in sizes S-XXXL and in 44 colors)

    24. A box of chickpea pasta to serve as a tasty alternative to the wheat stuff you used to know, especially if you're gluten-free!

    Promising review: "This is a great pasta for people on a gluten-free diet. I just like it because it's relatively low on carbs and high on protein. It's great for people who like to exercise and want a pasta alternative. It's delicious and it reheats well. The texture is a bit different from regular pasta but it's not different in a bad way." —Alphonse

    Price: $25 (available in six shapes)

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    25. A pair of touchscreen gloves so you can stay in constant communication with bae, furthering your addiction to texting even in ice cold weather.

    Promising review: "I was taking a trip to NYC during Christmas time so I needed cold weather gloves but I'm from California so I didn't want to spend too much. These definitely kept my hands warm and they weren't bulky." —Kathy Leung

    Price: $8.99 (available in four colors)

    26. A set of plush microfiber makeup remover cloths to gently wipe off your full face after a long day of being completely gorgeous.

    Promising review: "I'm pretty sure these wipes are 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!" —RachelM

    Price: $2.97 (for a pack of three)

    27. A pack of dry erase markers that'll increase all of your artistic abilities, especially since you can wipe away your mistakes.

    Promising review: "We love these dry erase markers. These markers write clearly in bold colors on dry erase boards. My son can drain cheaper markers in a day, but these are holding up well. I purchased another set for my sister's kids for Christmas." —faith

    Price: $10.37 (for a pack of 12)

    28. A waterproof eyeshadow stick with a built-in smudger to easily give you a really unique look every fucking time.

    Promising review: "I saw this on Buzzfeed twice and decided to try this eyeshadow crayon, as I am all thumbs on eyeshadow. Imagine my joy at how easy this is to apply and how long it lasts! Plus the color is not too sparkly or glittery, but a great neutral color that makes me look awake and polished. It goes with everything I wear, including all the reds, wines, and brick reds of my lipsticks. Whisking this across my eyelids and then applying my mascara and then BOOM! I am done with eye makeup,(and I mean done) for the day. Looking at getting a couple more colors to replace beloved powder eyeshadows. I'll be able to give away my eyeshadow brushes as well." —Isabel Snow

    Price: $18 (available in 20 colors)

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