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    32 Products That'll Help Upgrade Your Life For Under $25

    From washing dishes to snacking to doing your makeup, all areas of your life are about to get some improvements.

    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 20-pack of multi-surface eraser sponges to make seemingly impossible cleaning conundrums a breeze. They may not be the name brand, but they don't mess around when it comes to messes. Like in the pics below, I imagine the sponge saying "Ha! You call yourself PERMANENT marker? We'll see about that."

    amazon.com

    Promising review: "Overall, I am VERY IMPRESSED. For me, these hold up better than a Mr. Clean magic eraser. They got stains out of my kitchen countertops, out of my bathroom sink, and even cleaned the shower so well it looked like I had bleached the whole thing! Very happy and will continue to buy in the future. I've even given some to my family to convince them how great they are." —SierraH

    Get 20 sponges from Amazon for $10.95.

    2. Absolutely genius Grease Bags that'll not only save your drain from all the oil you might otherwise pour down it, but will actually make said greasy cooking residue COMPOSTABLE. Yes, really.

    The inventor pouring grease from a pan into one of the tall bags
    Grease Bags

    This as-seen-on-Shark Tank product is Black woman-owned! The lining of the bag absorbs oil and fat and seals securely, so you can just toss it in your trash or compost bin!

    Get a single bag for $8.99 or a set of three for $24.99, both from Grease Bags.

    3. Handy silicone dish gloves with scrubby bristles on the inner palm and fingers, because why bother reaching for sponges and brushes when you can ~hand~le all the gunk on your dishes with your own digits?

    amazon.com

    They'd work great for cleaning tasks outside the kitchen, too!

    Promising review: "These gloves make cleaning and washing dishes much easier and more efficient. They foam up quite well and scrub dishes just as well as any sponges. They'll save me a lot from buying sponges. The silicone is nice and thick, and the bristles are nicely compact and scrub well. Definitely worth the price." —Joseph Ho

    Get them from Amazon for $11.99 (available in three colors).

    4. And for more burnt- and crusted-on messes? Amazingly affordable (I'm talking under $2) Scotch Brite stainless-steel scrubbers that'll basically pay for themselves with one very impressive use. Having to put in a ton of effort to scrub pans clean? I don't know her.

    amazon.com

    The reviewer above got those amazing results by using one of these in combination with Bar Keepers Friend!

    Promising review: "I like to use a lot of cast-iron and stainless-steel pans. But you know what's the worst? Burnt-on oil. I bought these on Amazon because they were both cheap and well-reviewed. I expected these to be tough on my hands. They weren't. I expected them to fall apart pretty quickly. They didn't. I expected to have to use a lot of scrubbing force. I don't. What did they do? They removed the burnt-on oil on my stainless-steel pans and cast-iron pans with a refreshing ease. You apply a little pressure and move it around, and the grease disappears. These are cheap enough not to even give another thought to. Just put them in your cart and get them." —DM

    Get a three-pack from Amazon for $1.98.

    5. A miracle-working acupressure mat and pillow set with over 3,000 positive reviews from people with everything from migraines to fibromyalgia to anxiety to just good old fashioned stress and tension (same) who say it really helped them ~stick it~ to their symptoms (literally).

    A model leaning back in bed against the spiked orange mat and domed pillow
    Amazon

    It's a perfect way to try out acupressure and give yourself some relief without having to do anything but literally just lie down. Learn more about how to use an acupressure mat.

    Promising review: "I originally purchased this for my husband, a veteran who suffers from chronic back pain, depression, and anxiety. I suffer from chronic migraines and they are absolutely debilitating. I have tried every treatment available and while a few things have helped me manage them better, nothing has actually worked. Tonight, I began feel the dull ache creeping around my skull and started to prepare to be down for the rest of the evening and tomorrow morning. My husband suggested the mat. The relief was instant. And I do mean instant. I nearly cried from the relief. Years and years and so many doctors, and a yoga mat with golf cleats sewed into it is the only thing I've ever experienced STOP a migraine from progressing. I still have a dull headache, but I'm still functional and not locked in the dark crying and shaking in pain. I feel amazing. I just can't believe it at all. To be clear, thing SUCKS when you first lie on it. I mean, it's rigid plastic spikes, man. It's not great. After a couple minutes, the pain turns into a warm soothing sensation that radiates throughout your body. Yes, it's painful at first, but it eases into pleasure and relief. Will your experience be the same as mine? Who knows, everyone is different. I'm not a doctor. But I will suggest this mat to everyone I know and will be using it nightly from now on." —Arica Dearcos

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in two styles and seven colors).

    6. A 4-in-1 hole repair product that is a squeeze bottle of spackle with a built-in primer, plus has a built-in putty knife on the top and a sanding pad on the cap, so even the least handy people ever (me) can easily get their security deposit back — or just get rid of marks that have been bugging them for ages — without making it an all-day project.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "Absolutely love this product! Completely repairs dings, damages, and holes in drywall (that a landlord would charge $100+ for) in one product. Used it to fix a large wall ding above my bed that was very unattractive. Spackle easily coated and covered the ding. I flattened the spackled surface with the sharp edge on the bottle and allowed to dry overnight. I sanded down the surface with the smoother disk on the cap, and no scrapings or dust spilled at all while sanding — it left a perfectly smooth surface. Painted over it and it's gone!" —Analytical V

    Get it from Amazon for $6.97.

    7. A microwave mac 'n' cheese cooker, because you know boxed mac tastes better than made-to-microwave tubs, but you'd sure as heck still like to be able to cook it (and lots of other dishes that usually require boiling water) in the microwave.

    The blue rectangular cooker filled with mac 'n' cheese
    @rapid_brands_inc / Via instagram.com

    It's BPA-free and reviewers also love it for other packaged rice and pasta products you'd usually cook on the stove. It's from a Black-owned, as-seen-on-Shark Tank company that now makes rapid cookers for everything from noodles to oatmeal to desserts!

    Promising review: "Living with a lot of roommates discouraged me from cooking in the kitchen, because it's always so cramped or dirty, so anything that I can make in my room with a microwave is a lifesaver for me and this really helps. I've used it for salads because its deep and durable. I've cooked macaroni, penne, and bowties in a third of the time I'd spend boiling water on a stove and making pasta that way. And this also works great with those Knorr pasta sides. It's also ridiculously easy to clean. I fell asleep and forgot to wash out the cheese and pasta that hardened overnight, and it took like two seconds of rinsing and scrubbing for everything to come out." —Melissa

    Get it from Amazon for $9.85.

    8. Upgraded no-show socks in prints so cute, you'll actually *want* people to see them. They've got gel heel grips and are sized, so they don't do the dreaded mid-day roll-down-to-the-ball-of-your-foot thing.

    MeUndies

    Promising review: "I just keep stocking up on these awesome socks! I love the eclectic selection, not to mention the softness! They are thicker on the bottom, so it offers some cushion throughout the day! They never slip off, which I really love! The best socks ever!" —Rissa

    Get them from MeUndies for $12 ($8 for members; available in sizes S-L and in 33 colors and prints).

    9. A sturdy shoe rack that can hold up to 30 pounds of fabulous footwear instead of letting it all getting squished at the back of your closet. After all, your shoe collection deserves to be put on a pedi-stal.

    The four-tier shoe rack in bronze in Sam's closet, with four pairs on each shelf
    Samantha Wieder / BuzzFeed

    The levels can also be removed if you want to leave more room above one shelf for tall boots. BuzzFeed Shopping writer Sam Wieder swears by this baby, writing: "I actually don't remember how I managed to find shoes in my closet before getting this shoe rack (I say as if didn't literally just set this up three weeks ago, but oh well.) I kept my shoes neatly lined up at the bottom of my closet, but time and time again, would find myself going on a treasure hunt to find a pair I was looking for, because they somehow got buried underneath a sea of other random belongings I would throw into my closet for easy storage. This looks really neat after you set it up and place shoes on it, and I highly recommend it. I will say, this is much easier to set up if two people can do it together, but, it's not impossible to set up alone. It may take a bit more time, but it can be done with a bit of patience!"

    Get it from Amazon for $21.87.

    10. Durable all-purpose wipes made with aloe vera and vitamin E for everything from your hands to your car to tricky stains like grease, makeup, adhesives, and permanent marker. Paper towels are cancelled.

    amazon.com

    Note that while these are great for messes and stains, they don't disinfect.

    Promising review: "These towels are awesome for so many things. They are large and very sturdy, so they work well for household cleaning. The real benefit for me, though, is having a wipe that works for things like the grill, the oven, the dashboard of my car, muddy shoes, chairs and umbrellas that go to soccer games and practices, and lawn furniture. I frequently wipe something down, rinse the towel, and wipe again. The wipes are heavy enough to go through three to four rinses and wipes and still hold up. The smell is mild and doesn't linger on my hands or what I've wiped down. I use these almost daily, so the 90-count canister lasts about three months and the last towel is never dried out when I get to it. The lid closes securely, yet is easy to open and the towels dispense easily through the opening without getting bunched up. Because the canister is heavier than most, and the lid fits well, it's easy to throw one of these in the trunk or cargo area, and I don't worry about it leaking. The canister (minus the lid) is recyclable when the towels are gone — an added bonus." —COMom

    Get a pack of 90 for $11.94 from Amazon.

    11. On-trend lavender and pearl hair clips that no bad hair day is a match for. No one will be looking at how messy your strands are with these babies tucked in 'em.

    Two lavender, marble effect clips (one rectangular and one a classic snap clip shape) embellished with little faux pearls and rhinestones
    Aeropostale

    Get them from Aeropostale for $5.40 (originally $13.50).

    12. A sweet little hanging sloth planter to add a much-needed touch of whimsy to your space, and if nothing else, upgrade your *plant's* life. Because who wouldn't want to be wrapped in the embrace of a sloth 24/7?

    amazon.com, amazon.com

    It's perfect for air plants!

    Promising review: "Bought as a gift and almost kept it for myself. It's cute and nice quality. The fiber cord that comes with it is super long so you have a wide array of options for hanging." —Chris Sheppard

    Get it from Amazon for $15.95.

    13. A pair of Boot Bananas that'll use a combo of plant extracts, activated charcoal, minerals, and salts to deodorize even the stinkiest of shoes, and look cute doing it, too. They're a *major* step up from your current shoe-freshening technique of putting your old Vans outside and umm...hoping for the best.

    The bananas carabiner clipped together on top, each in one sneaker
    Amazon

    And the coolest part? Just like a real banana, they'll brown over time. The more nastiness they soak up from your shoes, the more brown they'll become, so you'll know when you need to purchase a new pair. Still, one set can last 6-12 months!

    Promising review: "I keep my climbing shoes in my car and the stench was literally ruining my life. No matter how much I sprayed Febreze or scrubbed my shoes, nothing helped. This product is a lifesaver!" —KYM22

    Get them from Amazon for $17.75.

    14. The Wet n Wild MegaGlo highlighting palette, which'll give you results on par with much pricier products. It's perfect for anyone who's on a budget but still wants to really ~glow~ for it.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "Guys, this highlighter is up to par with my $30 Becca highlight. The top left shade is a total dupe for 'Moonstone.' The pigment is very creamy and this is not a subtle highlight. This is for my people who really want to glow. Even the greenish shade is very pretty and wearable. I like wearing the blue shade as eyeshadow for an icy '90s vibe." —Miranda

    Get it from Amazon for $13.

    15. A collapsible, medical-grade silicone menstrual cup that's perfect for beginners and for easily stashing in your purse or pocket, in case you've been thinking of a way to break up with pads and tampons for good.

    The pink cup with a removal loop at the bottom expanded, and one completely squished down into the thin round case
    Intimina

    You can use this soft, expandable cup for up to 12 hours at a time, then just wash it out!

    Promising review: "I bought this a year ago. Since then, I've been using it every month. I didn't need any complementary products to feel safe, and it only leaked once when I put it up wrong. My cervix travels a lot, so sometimes I need to readjust the cup because it comes out, but thanks to its adjustable size, I can do this easily. Since I started using it, my period has become less stressful. I would recommend it to anyone, and have already done so." —Anonymous

    Get it from Intimina for $21.95 (originally $24.95).

    16. Gluten-free and keto-friendly cheddar cheese powder to easily and deliciously flavor pretty much anything you could ever want to put cheese on...which is basically everything. *Sprinkles cheese on entire life.*

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "This cheddar cheese powder is amazing! I have added it to popcorn and used it to make a mac 'n' cheese substitute similar to the blue box variety, which came out perfect. It tastes very similar without all the chemicals and additives. I will repurchase. My child with sensory issues will only eat Kraft and she approved. Mom win!" —Aurora Cosmos

    Get it from Amazon for $11.89.

    17. A salicylic acid, tea tree oil, and witch hazel body acne spray, because even if we don't like to talk about it, pretty much *everyone* sometimes gets zits places other than their face — and I think we're all very much over trying to reach those tricky spots with spot treatments.

    A hand spraying the product
    Versed

    It's cruelty- and paraben-free and the bottle is recyclable!

    Promising review: "I love how EASY this spray is. It’s always been an issue remembering to apply acne products on my back and it’s always annoying if I miss a spot. This spray is so easy and dries fast enough and WORKS. Especially for that price!! And I’ve barely made a dent in it and it’s almost been a month. Doesn’t ball up or anything by the way. Sinks right in! No irritation. :)" —Redlipsivania

    Get it from Versed for $14.99.

    18. A bitter-tasting nail polish that'll help you kick even the most stubborn (and germy) nail-biting habit. Wait, you mean I might actually let my nails get long enough to file for the first time in my life? Am I dreaming?

    amazon.com

    Over 6,000 reviewers swear by it!

    Promising review: "I'm 30 years old and I have bitten my nails for as long as I can remember. And I'm not talking about a little nibble here and there, I'm talking about biting them until they were bleeding or it was too painful to continue, then I would move onto the next finger. When I was out of fingers I would move on to my cuticles. I had tried everything imaginable to stop the habit. I would never last more than a couple days without starting up again. I figured if anything had a chance at working it would be this product. This product is advertised as having a bad taste to curb your desire to bit your nails, so I painted it onto a finger, let it dry for a couple minutes, and then took a lick. At first didn't taste like anything, but then the taste hit me! It's one of the worst tastes I have ever come across and it lingered for a good five minutes or more! I'm not saying I'm cured yet, but I went from being a highly addicted nail biter to having not bitten my nails or cuticles in the past two weeks. I have almost zero urge to do so. Both my nails and cuticles are growing out and have actually required trimming and shaping. Now I catch myself lifting a finger to my mouth and thinking, 'if I bite that nail I'm going to taste that nasty stuff,' and I quickly put my hand back down!" —ChrisB.

    Get it from Amazon for $15.50.

    19. Verb Ghost Weightless Hair Oil, a detangling, moisturizing, smoothing, shine-boosting, frizz-reducing, strengthening wonder of a spritz to make every day a good hair day.

    Sephora

    Plus it's cruelty-free and vegan and the packaging is recyclable! BuzzFeed Shopping writer Nusrat Sultana swears by it, and says: "I use this after showers and it always makes my hair easy to comb. It also makes my ends look nice! It's so lightweight that it pretty much vanishes as soon as I put it in my hair, so my hair isn't oily and there's no residue left behind (love that). It also has a light citrus scent that's so lovely you'll be sad when it disappears (I know I always am)."

    Promising review: "Miracle oil! Saved my highlighted, damaged hair. My hair used to feel like dry straw, and now it's softer and easier to manage. I've tried a lot of other oils, leave-in conditioners and serums, but this is the only product that's made a significant difference. I've already recommended it to all my friends." —urbanfan

    Get it from Sephora or Amazon for $18.

    20. Or Pantene hair rescue shots, wash-out treatments that'll nourish and strengthen damaged strands, prevent split ends, and probably also get that LMFAO song stuck in your head.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Shots shots shots shots shots shots EVERYBODDDYYYY!

    Promising review: "It's like hair MAGIC... seriously. I didn't expect them to actually live up to all the hype built up around the product, but I couldn't be more glad to be wrong in this instance! I color treat my hair and even though I've cut back a lot on heat styling, I still use heat to style when I'm going out somewhere. I'm 40 now and I have been coloring and using heat since my early teens, so at one point my thin, fine hair was like straw. I've got it back to an extremely healthy-looking state. These rescue shots make that upkeep much simpler and they are so reasonably priced. Though these are supposed to be one-use capsules, since my hair is thin and fine I get two uses out of each one. The first time I used one was a week after coloring my hair. I had done my regular dye job, then used a highlight kit to put in highlights for summer...well that highlight kit was a disaster, so I had to color it A THIRD time in a two-week period to get it back to its regular color, and it stressed my hair more than a bit. One treatment with this, and you literally couldn't tell what I'd just put my poor hair through. I had already tuned the ends and this made my hair so soft, silky and healthy-looking. I couldn't believe it. And it stayed that way for all over a week, when I did the next treatment. I HIGHLY recommend this hair treatment and I will continue to use it as long as they sell it!" —Kindle Customer

    Get two three-packs from Amazon for $9.94.

    21. A roasted garlic aioli you may just start dipping absolutely everything in — aio-leave it to this stuff to make all your meals taste better.

    A jar of the aioli
    Stonewall Kitchen

    Check out more great products from queer-owned businesses like this one!

    BuzzFeed shopping editor Emma Lord is obsessed with this stuff. She says, "This aioli is a combo of creamy mayo + slow roasted garlic + the teensiest hint of mustard, giving it a rich, umami-esque flavor with a perfect amount of tang that pairs well with pretty much all nondessert foods — a true life hack of a condiment for anyone who has no idea how to cook, but is determined to live a lie in lockdown." You can also check out her full review of this aioli.

    Get it from Stonewall Kitchen for $7.95.

    22. A universal jar opener that takes up — get this — ZERO drawer space. Because you don't have as big a kitchen as the Krusty Krab, but you do sometimes feel like Patrick struggling to open a jar.

    A hand opening a jar using the circular tool stuck to the bottom of a shelf
    Amazon

    It comes with peel-and-stick adhesive and three screws to easily install it!

    Promising review: "I've tried a million different tools and gadgets for help opening jars of all sizes, and each one had its own issues! Finally, someone has invented the perfect jar opener that is simple and requires no space in your kitchen drawers or counters. There was one reviewer who suggested placing the opener with the sharp end of the V closest to you and with it placed in the front, right corner under your cabinet. I followed those directions and it works perfectly and easily. I've already placed an order for another one as a gift for my sister." —moorecats

    Get it from Amazon for $12.69.

    23. Compostable, hand towel-size body wipes in a compact container you can take and use pretty much anywhere — just add water! No more resorting to puny and wasteful little wipes when you're feeling icky after errands, chores, or a workout.

    Maude

    These hypoallergenic wonders come out of the container as compressed cylinders but expand when wet.

    Promising review: "I love these wipes! They are compact, eco-friendly, and great when you don't have a towel around. They are multi-purpose and can be used on the go as well. They expand so nicely with some water and the texture is soft and feels so amazing on the skin. I would recommend them and would buy again for sure. The packaging is also beautiful. They are easy to carry around and very lightweight. All around a great product." —Hala H.

    Get a pack of 10 from Maude for $12.

    24. A hypoallergenic, anti-bacterial, anti-mold, and anti-yeast panty wash formulated by an actual gynecologist to be delicate on your delicates but tough on all the gunk (yes, I am talking about discharge, it is a thing) you need to wash out of them.

    Bottles of the detergent
    Clean And Cute

    The Black-woman owned brand is the genius creation of Philly-based OB/GYN Dr. Tosha Rogers, and it's good for bras too!

    Get it from Clean & Cute for $14.99.

    25. A reusable, stink-proof dish cloth that scrubs super well without retaining all the grossness that regular sponges do. Oh, and unlike said basic sponge, this can last for months and months...and months.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    The holey texture makes it easy to rinse out food residue that would be left rotting in a dense sponge. It can also be tossed in the dishwasher or washing machine when you want to give it a more thorough cleaning (though it may shrink in the dryer).

    Promising review: "I have been using this same cloth daily for almost seven months. It lathers like a dream with very little soap and scrubs well without damaging the finish on delicate items. It dries quickly, and is in great shape even after so much use. I throw it in the washer once a week to keep it fresh and clean. I used to go through one sponge a week. It has paid for itself many times over. These hold a lot of water, so use a separate rag for cleaning counters. Update: I now use these cloths exclusively. I replace them roughly every five or six months, and retire the old one to household scrub duty. To get the most life out of these cloths, I lay them flat on a dish towel and roll it up to remove the excess water and lay it over drain rack to air dry. I do this every day and they don't sour." —Shaida Ehlert

    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    26. A three-in-one burger press with molds sized for regular patties and sliders, plus a tool that'll make creating stuffed patties super easy. Buh-bye, boring burgers.

    Amazon

    It's dishwasher safe and non-stick.

    Promising review: "Hubby was not real thrilled when I decided to buy this item after watching someone in a video make a stuffed burger using one. He said his burgers were 'just fine.' Well, let me tell you, after the first use, he came inside while grilling and said 'OK, so you were right. The burgers turned out perfectly sized, and because they are all shaped evenly, they cook better and don't fall through the grates.' I loved the fact that I could stick some cheese or olives in the middle of it and have a stuffed burger. Just buy it. I think you'll love your new burger patty maker!" —Rebecca R.

    Get it from Amazon for $9.56.

    27. A super handy makeup smudge remover pen that'll allow you to easily correct any mistakes without messing up your whole dang face (or breaking out the oily remover).

    Above: The text "Before" and makeup smudges on a model's eye, nose, and mouth. Below, the text "After" and the yellow, pen-shaped tool swiping away all the smudges
    Amazon

    You can also use it to moisturize your cuticles!

    Promising review: "This stick really does remove makeup mistakes quickly and easily and it does it without leaving an oily mess behind! I don’t know how many times in my life I have managed to mess up my winged eyeliner or gotten mascara on my face or eyelids, and I’m sure most who wear makeup can relate. 😉 Before I had this I used cotton swabs and a little makeup remover to fix the mistakes. That usually just makes things worse, because the remover leaves a film on the skin and you’re almost better off starting over than trying to put makeup on top of where you took it off. With this, swipe it and it’s gone! That easy! I usually still follow up with a cotton swab, but there’s no need — there’s no oil left behind. It’s a twist-up tube in a pencil form; it will last you for-ev-er because you hardly need any to get the job done. I’ve bought a few of these — an extra for myself for work and a couple for my sisters. I’d definitely recommend it others! Plus it’s bright yellow so you can always find it easily in your makeup bag!!" —LMJ

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    28. The Cat Dancer, a super-simple wire toy that every cat and owner alike will become paws-itively obsessed with. It's the $2 way to get your cat to perform the most hilarious antics of their nine lives, so I suggest having a camera ready.

    amazon.com, amazon.com

    Promising review: "I have a whole room filled with cat toys that my cat is not interested in. It's funny how the least expensive cat toy I have makes him go wild. He plays with this until he's panting like a dog and I've never seen him jump so high. I'm certain this toy will help him lose his belly. He loves it! I highly recommend it!" —Kwoo

    Get it from Amazon for $2.09.

    29. Sleek glass pump bottles that'll look approximately a zillion times better on your kitchen or bathroom counter than plastic branded ones.

    Two of the large clear pumps as part of nautical bathroom decor
    Amazon

    Promising review: "Better than others. We attempted to make foam soap at home. Something's wrong with our water, and we broke two foam soap dispensers before giving up. Now we have these. They're made of glass, really sturdy, and easy to fill. I love that they hold 16 ounces of soap, so I'm not forever refilling them. They wipe clean, and since they're glass and metal, they're easy to run under water for the gunk. They don't dispense too much soap, and they don't really drip. I'm really happy with these." —S Martin

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $14.99.

    30. Cheerful pastel four-color pens to help you take your notes to organization porn-worthy levels.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "These are great for nursing students. I need the different colors to keep my patients' information straight. Each color is for a different patient and my system has worked very well. The colors are also more appealing than your normal four-color pen, which I like. I bought this pen over a year ago and am still on pen number one, so I can confirm they also last a very long time." —Zoomzoomxpress

    Get a set of two from Amazon for $6.36.

    31. A starter kit of Verb Energy bars, aka vegan, green-tea caffeinated bars you'll be glad to have on hand when the classic 3 p.m. Slump™️ hits — not just because they'll give you a boost minus the jittery feeling, but because the flavors are so yummy, too.

    A model eating one of the bars with more packages in the background
    Verb Energy

    The tasty flavor options are salted peanut butter, lemon raspberry, maple blueberry, coconut chai, and vanilla latte! 😋 Once you're hooked on your new fave snack, you can subscribe to restocks by texting — yes, texting — a real human from the company!

    Promising review: "I absolutely love these bars!! These get me through the mid-day humps! This has become my mid day snack with water. I have noticed how it's helped me and how I don't have any type of crash either. I've recommended this product to many friends and family. The price is so worth it if you compare it to drinking a cup of coffee. All I have to say don't hesitate and just try it!" —Ambren78

    Get a pack of 12 bars plus four samples of the other flavors from Verb Energy for $25 (available in five flavors).

    32. A sleek toilet paper holder with a handy basket that'll be a very small and yet very crucial upgrade to your doing-your-business experience. You can easily store your phone, a book, wipes, or whatever your on-the-john must-haves are without having to worry about dropping 'em in the bowl.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    It comes with the necessary mounting hardware.

    Promising review: "I used to have to put my stuff on the tile floor, but no more. This not only fits my iPhone, but it also fits my iPad Pro 10.5-inch standing up diagonally! It’s very strongly mounted to the wall with the two screws. I also love that it’s so easy to just slide the roll onto the hanger without the hassle of a spring-loaded spindle. Great product!" —Doby

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99 (available in four colors).

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