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This Is What People Are Buying On Amazon Right Now

People are going for relatively useful products this week— it's an interesting departure.

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Amazon has a list of products called “Movers and Shakers,” which is pretty much just fancy talk for things that are currently ~trending~.

This week, people are just buying shit that starts with the letter B, and also they seem to be looking for ways to stay healthier. From meal-prepping containers to veggie spiralizers, people are at least making an effort.

1. The Squatty Potty, which will help you have the best poops of your life ($25.71).

The squatty potty is designed to help your body mimic a natural squatting position which frees up your poop-flow. They also have the world's funniest commercials.

Most promising review: "Well, I've had this product for two weeks and I am still just pooping poo.... Not rainbow colored soft-serve like I hoped. Oddly, there were sprinkles this morning." —Amazon Customer

Find it here.

2. These Bluetooth headphones that are perfect for the gym ($13.66).

Most promising review: "I put them in the washing machine and they still work!!! So looks they are water resistant." —Sbohan

Find them here.

3. This CeraVe Facial Moisturizing Lotion that has a cult following ($7.49).

Most promising review: "Dermatologist recommended! She says this is the best cream, especially in the winter time when you really need something thicker. Could not agree more!" —TheEasyLife

Find it here.

4. This Maybelline brow and eyeliner pencil two-pack that will help your eyebrows be ~on fleek~ ($2.13).

Most promising review: "I do not have any eyebrows; I was born that way. So I have had to use an eyebrow pencil since I was very young. Believe me I have dreams about eyebrows! Through my life I have used many different brands and I always have to come back to Maybelline Eyebrow Pencils." —NHCrafting Lady

Find it here.

5. This detangling brush that won't injure your scalp every time you have to brush your hair ($10.20).

Most promising review: "Awesome brush!! I have very long hair that reaches my waist, and this brush does not pull my hair or tear it out. Please don't ever stop making this brush!" —Amazon Customer

Find it here.

6. This Calvin Klein bra that is actually really pretty (prices start at $17.41).

Most promising review: "This bra has a good fit and coverage without too much padding. It provides a nice clean line under clothing." —etwasneues

Find them here in black and white and pink.

7. These emoji golfballs that are "all the rage" ($14.95).

A lot of parents got these for their little ones as toys, which is actually a good idea.

Most promising review: "I bought them because I knew that the emoji's are all the rage. Now, when emoji's are all the rage, this is a must have item for emoji and golf lovers alike." —Liz

Find them here.

8. The LifeStraw Personal Water Filter that removes 99.9% of water-borne bacteria ($17.99).

Keep one around in case of an emergency, bring it on your next camping trip, or send it to someone in need.

Most promising review: "As soon as I got this thing in the mail I went straight to the nastiest, most contaminated thing I could find. There just happened to be a sink full of soaking dishes that worked just fine. Couldnt taste a thing. I even spit some of the water out and it was nice and clear. Im going hiking soon and going to test it on some stagnant water. I've given instructions to lower this rating down to 1 star if I die." —Nicholas Marksberry

Find it here.

9. These kitten sneakers by Keds that are seriously purrrrfect ($39.99 to $54.87).

You have CAT to be KITTEN me!!! These are so clawesome.

Most promising review: "These shoes are so cute with the little kitty. I've gotten lots of complements. They fit like Keds are supposed to fit..purrrfect!" —Sally J Steele

Find them here.

10. This precision trimmer that can be used on your face or bikini line ($11.80).

Most people prefer this for eyebrow trimming.

Most promising review: "This tiny little trimmer does a great job! I really do not want to go into details, but if you have a longer hair in the nose that you just do not want to pull, this little guy will get the job done." —Cara Brzezicki

Find it here.

11. Eighty chalkboard labels and a two-sided chalkboard marker ($8.99).

*Cinnamon and peppermint pickles not included.* Whoever photoshopped this picture needs to be fired.

Most promising review: "These labels are great for labeling items that need to be labeled." —Alicia Williamson

Find it here.

12. These genius portioned-out meal-prep containers that will help you eat healthier ($14.95 for a set of seven).

They are microwaveable and dishwasher-safe too!

Most promising review: "Not only are these great for portion control and making sure you stick to diets, they are good for making your husband stick to it too! I have a surgery coming up and I'm using these to ensure he doesn't live off ice cream and cereal while I'm down. Ha Ha!" —NeekyRae

Find them here.

13. This spiralizer with four blade attachments for maximum *noodle-age* ($6.99).

The most annoying part of spiralizers is cleaning them out. This little brush solves that problem. And for anyone worried about the annoyance or safety of the blades:

Most promising review: "The blades are very easy to switch out, and you can have 2 installed at a time since the spiralizer has a blade on each end of it. The latch stays in place very well, and you will never have to worry about the blade slipping out while in use." —Alicia Farias

Find it here.

14. This steering wheel cover that gives your car the ~Venice Beach bro vibe~ ($7.40).

Most promising review: "I got this as a gift for my sister and she absolutely loved it. It fits perfectly and looks even nicer in person." —Victoria Wright

Find it here.

15. This magnetic phone holder for your car that will keep you from crashing like an idiot ($9.49).

The magnet goes inside of your case and no, it will not fuck with any part of your phone.

Most promising review: "This is the best thing since sliced bread! I especially like that I can use it on my or my wife's car since we bought one for each vehicle. No need to adjust, or fidget with anything, just slap your phone on and it stays!" —B

Find it here.

16. This handheld, battery-powered milk frother that will make silky smooth drinks ($12.98).

Batteries are not included.

Most promising review: "This is a powerful frother for not being any bigger then it is. Not only is it good for frothing milk, it is also handy to use when making scrambled eggs or other things when only a very small mixer or whisk is needed." —chanmiller

Find it here.

17. This beard oil for the hairy-faced person in your life ($12.50).

Usually this shit is $90!!!!!!

Most promising review:
"100 stars! I was worrying about it breaking me out, but so far so good. My beard feels softer, smoother, and never gets itchy." —Clay

Find it here.

18. This Bioderma Micellar Water cleanser that's a skin-care staple in France ($22).

As a non-rinse cleanser and makeup remover that also hydrates your skin, t's basically the only thing you need to use.

Most promising review: "The greatest makeup remover I've ever tried. Gets all your makeup off without too much rubbing, and doesn't hurt your eyes! And it leaves your skin super soft. I've been using this for years and I've never found anything that comes close." —Caitlin Dean

Find it here.

19. This convenient and space saving roll-up hybrid colander and drying rack ($30.79 to $47.67).

Prices vary depending on the metal finish you choose (one is polished and one is glossy).

Most promising review: "This stainless steel roll-up drying rack is elegantly designed, lightweight, and easy to store. It enhances my efficiency while preparing food in the kitchen and expands the working surface since I no longer have to put everything waiting to be sliced on the cutting board." —David Lee

Find it here.

20. This book that is full of language-learning hacks ($10.20).

Most promising review: "Benny Lewis explodes a lot of the myths and excuses that I, and probably most folks, cling to around learning a new language. He has a lot of great recommendations for more effective learning." —Andrew R. Lammerson

Find it here.

21. This tiny Bluetooth speaker that can travel with you anywhere ($22.99).

Most promising review: "Great speaker with the unique style. This bluetooth speaker works great, and the sound is pretty clear and loud. Not only can it pair with my phone, but also works as a desk speaker with my laptop through the wire." —Karl

Find it here.

22. Literally just a huge pack of 1,000 poop bags for your pet ($22.99).

You can also order a pack of 2,200 bags and then drown in them.

Most promising review: "They hold the poop!" —Paul Rhynard

Find them here.

Wanna see more weird stuff people are ordering? Check out last week's version of This Is What People Are Buying On Amazon This Week.

To see what else is trending on Amazon, click here!

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