26 Bizarre But Satisfying Hygiene Products That Are Wildly Popular On Amazon
06 October 2017
From hard sticks that'll whiten your teeth to terra cotta paddles that'll soften your feet, these bizarre hygiene products have a major following on Amazon.
via: ActiveWowGross? Sure, but if you're in search of all-natural tooth-whitening, it's apparently an insanely effective solution.
via: Aria StarrBelieve it or not, literally thousands of reviewers credit this salty mud with refined pores and softer skin.
via: HarpertonIf you're in search of the last pair of nail clippers you'll ever need to buy, here they are. Now just don't lose 'em.
via: FashionFirstAidThey're called Subtle Butt, and they're hilarious and (apparently) quite effective.
via: Rocket PureI can't help but feel that if I'd had this product years ago, I'd have a lot more friends now.
via: RadiusYep, they even make vegan floss. And it works beautifully.
via: Poo PourriWho could you rely on more for odoriffic protection than the makers of the Squatty Potty? Just spray the surface of the toilet before you go to war, and it forms a protective barrier that locks in the stink.
via: KedsumPerfect for those of us who are folically gifted in all the wrong places.
via: My Perfect GoateeWill you look good using this? No. But you'll look goatee-riffic afterwards, and that's what really counts.
via: Natra CureStop wasting time lotioning your feet, and let the therapeutic gel lining of these Natra Cure socks restore your tootsies to their primo condition.
via: Miswak ClubDidn't know that rubbing your teeth with sticks would actually whiten them? Well, it does!
via: The CrystalTake it easy on your armpits and ditch the aluminum oxides for all-natural mineral salts.
via: Dr. BronnersThis soap is seriously versatile, with enthusiastic reviewers touting its utility as body soap, shampoo, even as a soapy form of toothpaste. It can clean anything. Even your pets!
via: PinterestIf you're one of those unique individuals who can't get enough of pimple-popping videos, then this assortment of pore-cleaning tools will look mighty familiar. If you're not, it's time to learn.
via: eBayYou've pushed, prodded, and popped, but have you ever vacuumed out your skin? These tiny pore vacuums are apparently incredibly effective for removing anything from impacted blackheads, to regular every day comedone.
via: Konjac SpongeOne more testament to the power of charcoal: the Konjac sponge. Thousands of reviewers tout the sponge's ability to gently cleanse the face, while both refining pores and minimizing patchiness.
via: NexcareThese are some seriously effective little circles of gel. Just check out the before-and-after photos in the reviews!
via: BraunNow you can get spa-quality facials at home, for a fraction of the price.
via: BatisteDry shampoo sounds like an oxymoron to many of us, but to the well-informed, it's a secret beauty weapon.
via: PinterestYou've tweezed your eyebrows, but have you ever tweezed your pores? If not, it's time to try.
via: Memebox CorporationCarbonation isn't just for your sodas anymore!
via: My SchemingThese Korean black masks are all over the place, and this is one of the originals. There's a reason why they're so popular. And addictive.
via: BioreYou've seen the commercials, and the befores-and-afters. These magic little strips grip onto all the gunk in your pores and pull it out, leaving a forest of blackheads on the surface, and your pores nicely empty.