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    29 Products That Are Either Literally Or Figuratively Life Saving, According To Reviewers

    These products know exactly ♫ How to Save a Life ♫.

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    1. A TubShroom that'll protect you from the things lurking in your drain that are far worse than It – a future of soap-covered hair strands clogging your drain is too scary for even Stephen King.

    2. A door draft stopper sure to keep you safe and cozy when the temperatures outside are extreme *and* stop your heat and AC from leaking into the hallway, keeping your utility bills down as well!

    door draft installed on door

    3. A smoke and carbon monoxide detector, something you should always have updated and at-the-ready. This can give you peace of mind about the things you're breathing in, helping you breathe easy.

    carbon monoxide detector

    4. An argan oil heat spray for restoring dry, damaged ends by shielding your hair strands from the blistering heat of your curling iron and straightener. With this, you won't have to do something bad for your hair when you try and fix a bad hair day.

    5. An anti-blister balm that'll keep you from feeling de-feet-ed by painful blisters, even on intense hikes. Rub this on and rub it in when *you* get to the top blister-free after your sore-footed friends mocked your preparedness skills.

    Person applying product to foot while hiking

    6. A travel wallet with enough room to hold every paper and card you could possibly need. Nothing would make you miss home (and more specifically, your bed) like losing your passport after sleeping in hostels for weeks.

    Wallet with several pockets for cards, pens, passports, etc. It buttons closed.

    7. A reusable menstrual cup designed specifically for heavy flow, saving you from the stress of possible leakage *and* saving your favorite pair of pants from...yourself.

    Cup beside packaging

    8. A foot odor spray so you can confidently know you have a place to sleep at night when your roommates have threatened to throw you out with your smelly shoes.

    9. And a bottle of Poo-Pourri sure to protect you from the dread that is a number two in a public restroom. Spray this in the tank before you go and everything's sure to be coming up roses!

    Two bottles of product on large leaf

    10. A spiffy blind spot mirror that'll make you a parallel parking pro. Your bumper can't wait to thank you.

    Side mirror on car with extra mirror attachment showing blind spot

    11. A pack of vomit bags with a twist and seal structure to save the day (and the road trip) when your kids start getting motion sick the minute you put the key in the ignition.

    Person vomiting into bag while on a plane

    12. A tiny travel razor, because everybody deserves to calm their nerves with a relaxing bath and a silky smooth shave after an unsettlingly bumpy flight.

    Close up of blades on razor with mini handle

    13. An odor eliminating candle for saving your relationship when your boo brings along their smelly Irish Setter to your place on date night. Three's still a crowd, but at least this way the date won't stink.

    Person hugging dog on sofa with candle burning nearby

    14. A portable door lock so you can add some extra security in seconds, without a single tool in sight.

    Extra lock between door and doorframe

    15. A pair of compression socks said to improve blood circulation, support your Achilles heel, and save you from restless nights when even putting your feet up hasn't helped.

    16. A pack of homeopathic jet-lag pills – these just might finally keep you from sleeping through (and ruining) a vacation, no matter how late your red-eye is.

    Pill packaging

    17. A heat protective iron holster, so you don't burn anything while making yourself look hot.

    Product holding hot iron over bathroom counter

    18. A compact air purifier (with a three-stage filtration system) for catching dust, pollen, smoke, odor, mold spores, and pet dander.

    19. A pack of six disposable urinals that'll assist you while camping, on road trips, or with any other urinary emergencies that may arise away from the comfort of a bathroom stall.

    Product inside clear packaging bag

    20. A silk bra stash for protecting your valuables right next to your personal assets.

    21. An Instant Pot you needed in your kitchen like, yesterday. This contraption can replace half your appliances and make full meals in minutes, saving you kitchen space *and* saving you money...your pizza deliverer is about to be heartbroken.

    Instant Pot beside homemade soup

    22. A multi-use car hammer designed to help you escape from your car in an emergency – use the safety edge slicer to cut through your seatbelt and the rounded hammer to break through windows and windshields.

    23. A set of decibel-reducing, noise-canceling earplugs that'll keep your ears safe no matter how close you are to the speakers. They also block out the sound around you, making the music sound even more clear.

    Earplugs beside packaging and carrying case

    24. A loose face powder for fashion-savvy folks who want a full-coverage powder foundation that's sure to actually last a full day – saving your personal style from a certain, sweaty doom.

    25. A password book so you can keep all your secrets in a place that's far easier to remember than the suggested passcode every retail site and service expects you to use.

    Password logbook

    26. A jar opener that'll easily (and subtly) attach to a shelf or under a counter and help you out any time a stubborn jar puts you in a real ~jam~.

    Person opening can with cap screw under cupboards

    27. A dry shampoo for busy people who don't always have the time to wash their locks but would still prefer not looking like a cast member from Grease. Save yourself from a day in the life of Danny Zuko, there's way too much spontaneous singing involved.

    Reviewer before and after showing greasy hair looking clean

    28. A can of fire extinguishing spray with a design that'll spark your muscle memory, because nothing sounds scarier than not knowing how to use an extinguisher when you notice a fire start to spark.

    Canister with words "fight small kitchen fires" beside it

    29. And finally, an essential oil stick you're gonna love forever when you see how well it saves you from the headache that is living with migraine pain.

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