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Adidas made waterproof sneakers from recycled ocean plastic that can seamlessly transition between land and water — here why they’re the u...
Adidas Terrex CC Voyager Parley Water Shoe is a sneaker made from a quick-drying material. It has a water drainage system, and is built for hiking.
This color-correcting eye cream made my eyes look less puffy and tired — I looked like I actually slept 8 hours
The Colorescience under-eye treatment claims to help smooth under-eye bags, dark circles, and fine lines while also protecting skin from UV rays.
The $70 LIFX Z light strip can be customized to display more than 16 million colors — it’s also cheaper than many competitive light strips...
Light strips are getting more colorful and less expensive. The LIFX Z light strip can support 16 million colors and costs just $70.
Luxe Pillow is the small, no-nonsense sleep startup you’ve never heard of but need to try — here’s why
Luxe Pillow is the small, no-nonsense sleep startup you've never heard of — but need to try.
This handheld milk frother can save you thousands of dollars without giving up your coffee habit. Here's why every coffee lover should have this Aerolatte gadget.
This all-natural exfoliating peel left my skin feeling softer than ever after just one use — I could actually see my dead skin sloughing off
This $52 exfoliating peel spray from clean beauty brand Juice Beauty uses stem cells derived from plants to slough off dead skin cells and reveal fresher skin.
I’ve been using this $17 Opinel knife for 11 years and it’s still just as good as when I first bought it
The Opinel knife is extremely reliable, handy, and a timely classic. One of these will last for years and makes the perfect gift.
These $255 bookshelf speakers are the best in their price range — here’s what they sound like at home
For a few weeks, we've been testing the Q Acoustics 3020i bookshelf speakers. We were impressed with how great the speakers sound for the money.
I tried the Theragun Liv body massager to see if it’s actually worth $299 — here’s how it performed and who it’s best for
I recently had a chance to review the Theragun Liv body massager. It's pricey at $299, but for me it is worth the money.