I never thought I’d spend more than $ 10 on leggings, then I tried this. They’re waisted (I have a long torso, and most “high-waist” pants barely reach my belly button), are invisible, and you won’t be lifted or modified as you move. It is also made of Plastic bottles and 79 percent recycled polyesterAnd they come in recycled packaging. Once you get past it or totally wear it, you can send it back to the Girlfriend Collective to have it recycled again (and you’ll get a gift card).
Bombas socks (20% off)
Some of our favorite running socks come from Bombas. The company also makes excellent compression stockings for post-workout recovery sessions. Coupon code CHEER20 is suitable for a 20 percent off everything Bombas sells – all socks, plus shirts and other clothing.
Colgate Home Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush $ 50 ($ 20 off)
Colgate Hum is an electric brush Done to the fullestYou don’t need to star at your phone every time you brush your teeth to chart your progress and get feedback – and it’s cheaper than most of the smart brushes out there. You can get it from Amazon Also, but it’s $ 60.
Disposable Face Masks $ 8 ($ 22 off)
This pack of face masks dropped by the same price on Amazon Prime Day. Disposable face masks aren’t the most environmentally friendly option – we recommend investing in some of them Reusable masksBut these are lightweight and effective. They are a good option if you are prone to panic residence.
Society6 Face Masks $ 12 ($ 4 off)
WIRED employee Kim Chua loves these face masks. (Here More of our favorite masksThey come in several eye-catching designs, and they are not very expensive.
Baggu Face Mask 3-Pack for $ 24 ($ 8 off)
This is our The best face masks List. When a female relative of a WIRED employee was sick with the Covid-19 virus, she found they were comfortable enough to sleep. We prefer the earloop style over the back hook style. It makes Baggu awesome Reusable bags Also (prof A sustainable alternative to plastic), Which is part of the site-wide Black Friday sale.
Olika Hand Sanitizer Multipacks for $ 34 ($ 8)
Amazon will apply additional coupon savings upon checkout. if you do not want Make your own hand sanitizerTired of mass-produced hand sanitizer with the smell of vodka, this deal might be up your alley.
IHealth No-Touch forehead thermometer $ 24 ($ 20 off)
This thermometer usually costs between $ 30 and $ 50. It uses infrared to read the body temperature in just one second, so you won’t have to deal with a scan under the tongue of a sick child.
Lifestraw for $ 13 ($ 7 discount)
If you are hiking, camping, or have a disaster kit ready, it’s a good idea to include LifeStraw. It filters contaminated water without batteries or other accessories. We’ve seen it down to $ 10 before, so you might want to wait and see if the price drops further.
Ultimate reusable pacifier $ 15 ($ 9 off)
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