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“I’m sure there are those who are skeptical, I certainly was, but I can truly say it works for me and hopefully others will find success using it as well.”
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A Revlon hot air brush to help you go from wet, tangled, frizzy hair to a sleek and shiny blowout in minutes.
A bottle of wine drops that may help reduce your wine-induced headaches. It’s designed to reduce headache-causing sulfites and tannins in seconds so you can sip your Chardonnay without regret.
Balm Dotcom, a hydrating lip balm for anyone who’s tried just about every moisturizing lip treatment without success. This one’s made with castor oil, lanolin, and beeswax to lock in moisture and create a protective barrier.
A bottle of squalane oil because it hydrates parched skin and locks in moisture to keep your epidermis feeling soft, smooth, and plump. It may also help even your complexion, reducing redness and irritation.
A sushi-making kit for anyone battling the urge to order delivery sushi…for the third time this week. This kit comes with everything you need (minus the rice, fish, and add-ins), and reviewers say it’s easy to learn, even for first-time sushi chefs.
An exfoliating lip brush to loosen dead skin flakes from your pout. It’s double sided; one side is for scrubbing and the other is to stimulate circulation in your lips to make them appear fuller.
A bleach-free, no-scrub weekly shower spray so soap scum and shower grime buildup go bye bye without you ever having to wipe. Rinse it clean the next day, and you’ll be amazed to see those hard water stains on your shower door are *poof* gone.
A devastatingly effective handheld vacuum that’ll suck up pet hair with ease. It has a special rubber nozzle designed to trap every piece of loose fur.
A pack of acne stickers so you can toss out all the products in your medicine closet that supposedly get rid of pimples but that you’re pretty sure do absolutely nothing.
A Glossier cream blush if you’re tired of applying blush and looking like a clown. This blendable, buildable formula gives you a beautiful and natural-looking flush of color. Apply it with your fingers for a stunning glow.
A pair of waterproof dog shoes to protect your precious pupper’s paw pads from salt, ice, and snow that can cut their feet and get trapped in their foot fur.
A pack of reusable toaster bags so you can satisfy your 2 a.m. grilled cheese cravings in minutes. This sure beats making it in a pan…and then having to clean said pan.
A Foreo Luna Mini 2 for gently exfoliating your skin without leaving it red, raw, or tight. Wave goodbye to your dead skin cells and the day’s waterproof makeup.
A natural shoe deodorizer spray to get rid of the funk from your work flats. It’s made with essential oils and smells like lemon and eucalyptus so you’ll probably want to spray it around the rest of your house, too.
A cat carrier so you can travel with and groom your kitters without issue. If your cat has decided that their carrier is Public Enemy No. 1, this bag is a good alternative and is designed to keep your cat calm with its roominess and heads-out design.
A stainless steel tongue scraper to banish bad bacteria and improve stinky breath. This way you won’t suffer the embarrassment of someone offering you a breath mint.
A hair finishing stick that’ll clean up all those random strands that escape from ponytails and buns. It’s basically like a mascara wand coated in natural plant oils for your hair.
A double-sided edges brush for smoothing and laying your edges (if you want to!). On one end is a boar bristle brush that gently massages your scalp and increases blood flow and hair growth. The other end is a mini comb to polish your look.
A set of kegel weights for helping not only with incontinence but also potentially making sex easier, less painful, and more enjoyable. These are especially great for people who’ve just given birth, though anyone can benefit from strengthening their pelvic floor muscles.
A pumice cleaning stone to power through tough rust, lime, and calcium streaks that have retired many a toilet scrubbing brush. Give your tired arms a break and let this little guy rub away discoloration with ease. This nontoxic cleaner is tough on dirt but gentle on porcelain so you can sit atop the glistening throne you deserve.
An exfoliating gel cleanser because it’ll 1. remove dead skin cells from the surface of your face with its exfoliating molecules 2. penetrate deeply with AHAs to purify your pores and stimulate collagen production and 3. firm and brighten your skin with pomegranate enzymes.
A bottle of hard water booster powder if your mugs look like the one on the left (aka cloudy) and you want them to look like the mug on the right (aka nice and shiny).
An immunity-boosting allergy supplement so your doggo can find relief from their allergies and skin sensitivities. These soft chews deliver a dose of probiotics and other nutrients to help improve immune function, aide digestion, promote healthy skin, and add shine to a dog’s coat.
A foot peel mask if you want before and after photos that’ll make you feel a bit queasy. I mean… *insert Will Smith tada meme*.
A mounted brush for satisfying your cat’s ceaseless demands for scritches. Just mount it to a corner with the included adhesive strips and watch as your beloved babies leave you for the warm embrace of this gray and white piece of plastic.
A mold and mildew remover because you can set it, forget it, and come back in a few hours to see grout that looks like new. I’m talking basically every speck of black mold is gone! *Cues up “Do You Believe in Magic”*
An at-home teeth whitening kit that’ll help lighten your smile and is a heck of a lot cheaper than a trip to the dentist. This set comes with a comfortable custom fit tray and an LED light so you can chill with your favorite show while your teeth whiten. If you use it consistently, you can expect a set of pearly whites that are two to eight shades whiter than before.
A gel dust cleaner that’ll grab that annoying crumb that’s stuck between your R and T keys. Smushing this lemon-scented slime on your keyboard is weirdly soothing and the end result is dust-free keys.
A nail grinder for trimming your pup’s claws so you can cuddle without getting scratches all over your legs and arms. It’s super quiet and smooth, which is ideal for dogs who get spooked by regular nail clippers.
A dip powder kit that’ll help you perfect your at-home manicure *and* save you a lot of money in the long run. The powder dries in just 30 minutes, and reviewers say the color stays chip free for weeks.
A bed wedge if you love your partner but their snoring is seriously ruining your sleep. It props up your upper body while you sleep and may reduce back and neck pain as well as snoring.
A pro lens kit to help you capture every ‘gram-worthy moment in high definition, which will basically make up for you not having an iPhone 11 Pro.
A mattress vacuum because the last time you cleaned your mattress was…? The answer is never. This loosens dust and dirt lodged in your mattress and sucks it up, catching itty bitty particles.
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