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    27 Things From Amazon With Such Great Reviews, You May Want To Own Them Yourself

    Fleece-lined leggings... I'm buying them right now.

    1. A 12-inch pre-seasoned cast iron skillet to help you stick with that New Year's resolution to cook more that you are already regretting. This thing will literally last you forever and can be used for everything from fancy dinner steaks to a mouth-watering peach cobbler.

    Reviewer image of peach cobbler baked in the cast iron skillet

    2. A 15-pack of eucalyptus-scented shower steamers that'll make your entire bathroom smell like a glorious spa. Just pop one of these tablets on the bottom of your tub or shower, turn on the hot water, and let the stress melt away (and your sinuses clear up).

    Reviewer image of pack of shower steamers

    3. A six-pack of animal-themed dryer balls that aren't just ridiculously adorable, but they're way better than disposable dryer sheets. Each of these wool balls lasts for up to 1,000 uses, making them a great sustainable choice that'll also save you a ton of money this year.

    Reviewer image of six dryer balls

    4. A bottle of coffee maker descaler so you can get rid of any nasty dirt and grime that could be ruining your morning cup of caffeine. Prevent mineral buildup and prolong the life of your beloved coffee maker with this cheap $9 liquid.

    5. A snap-on strainer to make draining hot water so much easier, not to mention safer. If you're constantly burning yourself while making a weekly pasta Bolognese, get yourself one of these snap-on strainers and you'll save yourself so much pain, literally.

    Reviewer image of red strainer on pot with spaghetti

    6. A pair of fleece-lined leggings for anyone who lives in leggings pretty much year-round. These come with more than 18,000 5-star ratings and are an absolute winter must-have, since shoppers say they're super warm and comfortable, and others even claim they're the best pair they've ever owned.

    7. A bottle of C.E.O. Glow, the uber-popular vitamin C and turmeric serum from Sunday Riley that thousands of reviewers swear by. Massage two to three drops into your face and neck every day, and it'll help restore brightness, firmness, and hydration to your skin — which is pretty good news now that the cold, dark, skin-punishing winter months are here.

    Reviewer holding bottle of serum

    8. A 4.3-quart pink Dutch oven that A. looks beautiful, B. makes delicious food, and C. is way cheaper than the fancy French brand. It has rave reviews, and whether you're making soup, a slow-cooked stew, or baking bread, this enameled cast iron pot will come in handy.

    Reviewer image of the pink Dutch oven on a stove

    9. A Bissell cordless stick vacuum for anyone STILL cleaning up glitter and pine needles left behind after the holidays. Tons of reviewers say it has the best suction ever and is easy to use; plus, you don't need to drag an annoying cord all around the house.

    Reviewer of blue vacuum charging

    10. A roll-up drying rack if your kitchen is teeny-tiny and saying you have countertop space is being generous. You'll wish you bought this the second you moved in because it saves a lot of space and is easy to store, unlike those bulky old-school dish racks.

    Reviewer image of two drying racks on a double sink

    11. An oversized pullover that reviewers describe as "soft as butter," and frankly, what could be better?! Tuck it into your favorite jeans, add a cute pair of boots, and your outfit = done.

    12. A pair of plush memory foam slippers if your home feels like the tundra during the winter months and you're tired of your feet constantly being cold. Slip them in these soft, fleece-lined slippers, and don't be surprised if you accidentally leave the house in them, they're that comfy.

    reviewer's picture of the slippers in pink

    13. A Dash mini electric griddle that you can use to cook pancakes, eggs, bacon...and pretty much anything else that'll fit on this tiny little appliance, which has more than 33,000 5-star ratings. It might only be 4 inches in diameter, but apparently, that's all you need to cook up a diner-worthy breakfast any time of the day.

    14. A rolling kitchen cart if you keep buying more kitchen stuff — because "how cute" and "I definitely need that" — but you have no room for it. This sturdy cart has two shelves, a bunch of hanging hooks, and even a butcher block prep surface to give you lots of extra room.

    Reviewer image of cart in their kitchen

    15. A wick trimmer, snuffer, and dipper set so you can take good care of all those candles you got over the holidays. Use the trimmer to cut the wick for a cleaner burn, the snuffer instead of blowing out the candle, and the dipper to salvage a drowned wick.

    Reviewer image of set next to a burning candle

    16. A clip-on reading light for every bookworm out there. It has multiple brightness levels, an adjustable neck, and is super lightweight so you can easily throw it in your bag when traveling. If you're that person who is always saying "hold on, just two more pages," this one's for you.

    Reviewer using light to read in bed

    17. A cool-mist humidifier with more than 55,000 5-star ratings so you can finally breathe in that stuffy apartment of yours. Unlike a lot of humidifiers, this one is super quiet — reviewers say it's totally silent — so it won't keep you up all night.

    Reviewer image of their humidifier

    18. A Dash air fryer for the fried taste and texture minus the excess oil. As with literally every Dash appliance, it has rave reviews — over 21,000 5-star ratings, to be exact. It's easy to use, cooks food ~in a dash~, and is also compact enough not to take up a ton of space.

    Reviewer image of blue air fryer next to a plate of air fried food

    19. A waffle shower curtain if your plastic one is starting to look slightly scary. Give your bathroom a luxurious (but cheap!) update with this high-quality curtain that comes in 10 colors and is made from water-repellent material for easy care.

    Reviewer image of white shower curtain hanging in their bathroom

    20. A folding step stool so you don't have to drag one of the dining chairs all the way into the kitchen every time you bake and need that one mixing bowl. This step stool will do the trick, and what's even better, it folds down so it's not another bulky object taking up half the room.

    21. A memory foam chair cushion if your back doesn't appreciate you sitting on a hard chair while working from home all day long. This cushion has a non-slip bottom, so it stays put, and it's designed to provide support and alleviate pressure that causes muscle pain and tension.

    Reviewer image of cushion on a desk chair

    22. A pleated bed skirt that'll instantly dress up your bed (and help hide the clutter underneath it). With more than 34,000 perfect ratings, its corner and kick-pleat details give it a modern feel that'll immediately make your messy bedroom look way more put-together.

    Reviewer image of white bed skirt on a twin bed

    23. A portable steamer if you refuse to iron all those shirts but also kind of need to wear them. Crisis averted thanks to this handy little steamer that heats up and gets wrinkles and creases out in no time, very little effort involved.

    24. A 24-pack of microfiber cleaning cloths you can pretty much use to clean any surface in your home. They have a 4.7-star overall rating from more than 62,000 people, and shoppers say they're the best when it comes to cleaning countertops, stainless steel appliances, glass, and even baseboards.

    Reviewer image of a stack of microfiber cloths

    25. A six-pack of fabric storage cubes if the new year has you on an organizing kick. Use these for hats and gloves in the entryway, toiletries in the bathroom, or extra snacks in the pantry; they're so versatile you'll find use for them anywhere (and find yourself promptly ordering another set).

    Reviewer image of storage cubes on a shelf

    26. A set of two rustic floating shelves so you can store all those new skincare products you've been buying in the name of hydration. 20 serums later, if you're running out of space, these affordable and beautiful shelves are just what your bathroom needs.

    Reviewer image of two floating shelves in their bathroom

    27. And a chic set of bottle dispensers with labels that are so much nicer than cheap-looking plastic containers. They'll keep your oils fresh and always on hand; plus, the bottles make for a beautiful countertop accessory.

    Reviewer image of bottles on kitchen countertop

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