Delicious saute sauces, eyelash growth serum and high-waisted leggings

From CB: I bought the desktop shelf we featured last week. It was so easy to put together and looks super cute on my desk! I also got the Water Buffalo hydration backpack that Hecate recommended. My son uses it while he’s out on his bike and he says it works great. Here are some more things Hecate and I are looking at.

A device you attach to your sheets so nothing gets trapped in them when they dry
From CB: My washing machine often goes off balance because the sheets get mixed up with the towels. Wad Free is a device you attach to all four corners of both your fitted and flat sheets. It keeps your washing machine from going off balance and it keeps other laundry from getting trapped inside your sheets. The sheets dry faster too because they don’t get all wadded up. This has 4.2 stars, over 500 ratings and a B on Fakespot. You get two devices, which is enough for two sheets. People say it works exactly as it’s supposed to. “I tried it out and my sheets not only did NOT wad up, they came out of the dryer feeling fresher, feeling more dry, and unwrinkled!” “These work great! Now I don’t have to wash my sheets separately. No checking the dryer half way through to pull out t-shirts or whatever else got caught up in the sheet knot.” Please note that this doesn’t work for bamboo, eucalyptus, or rayon sheets.

Affordable high-waisted workout leggings with a cool design
From CB: These seamless, squat proof workout tights come in six colors and in small, medium and large. They have 4.2 stars, over 5,200 ratings and an A on Fakespot. Women say they’re comfortable, sweat proof and flattering. “By far one of the best pair of tights that I have for the gym, hands down. The material is great, squat proof, high waisted, and freaking sweat proof!” “I love these leggings! So sexy and comfortable at the same time. The material is awesome.” “I was surprised at the great quality for the price! They performed perfect at the gym through running and weight training.” They’re said to run small so you’ll want to order a size up.

Saute sauces for delicious easy weeknight dinners
From CB: I try to cook during the week but it takes too much time and we end up eating convenience food. Meal delivery services are expensive but we’ve tried those too. This is a set of three simmer sauces by Kevin’s Natural Foods for just $15. The price of $5 per pack is comparable to the cost of simmer sauces at the store. They’re gluten free, non-GMO and preservative free. They come in so many different flavors like cilantro lime, lemongrass basil, Thai coconut and Korean BBQ. They have 777 ratings, 4.5 stars and an A on Fakespot. Reviewers say they taste great and make dinner prep easy. “These sauces are magic. A high end trick added to our meal prep.” “ All you do is cook your chicken breast & then dump the sauce on, let things heat through & boom! it’s done! Serve it over rice & you would think you’d ordered from a favorite restaurant.”

An eyelash and eyebrow growth serum that really works
From CB: We’ve featured Pronexa Lavish Lash serum before and I was using it for a while, but I stopped because my eyelashes were getting too long. I only use it once in a while because my eyelashes are almost bumping the top of my lids. This has 43,000 ratings, 4.1 stars and the same score on ReviewMeta. People say it works as well as more expensive brands. “I have been using Rodan & Fields lash boost for about a year now. I just can’t afford it. But with Lavish Lash, I am getting the same results for a fraction of the cost.” “It really works! Within two weeks I noticed a difference and it just gets better.”

A belted t-shirt dress that’s perfect for summer
From Hecate: I like this stylish take on the simple t-shirt dress. Not only is it belted, but the sleeve detail on the short sleeved versions is more tailored than a simple seam. There are 14 colors to choose from, four in a long sleeve version. And bonus – pockets! The dress is $35 but there’s a coupon this week that gives you $2 off. Over 2,700 people gave the dress 4.3 stars that ReviewMeta confirmed. There are also several customer photos in the comments, too. One reviewer said that the design flatters most figures, “I usually steer away from form fitting dresses because of my love handles but this one somehow hides them and gives me more of that desirable hourglass shape.” That was the comment that sold me because t-shirt dresses usually point to all my rolls. Others said the sizing was consistent, “Size consistency upon ordering is very good. Ordered many colors and all fit the same.” Almost every comment said the fabric was the perfect weight and quality. And really soft.

A stylish wood bedside clock that tells temperature and humidity
From Hecate: I’ve been using a cheap little clock in my bedroom for years. I liked it because you could change the colors of numbers. The other day it shorted out or something and started flashing every color it had at about 3AM. I thought aliens were landing. Needless to say, I’m in the market for a new one. I love the look of this little clock and it’ll match my decor really well. I also like that it tells the temperature, because I swear our bedroom is 7 degrees hotter than anywhere else in the house. This will save so many air conditioner fights. It comes in three different wood veneers – black, brown and white – priced $22-$25. There are over 31,000 reviews, giving it 4.6 stars and ReviewMeta only adjusted it to 4.4. Reviewers said it’s a good little clock and like that the brightness is adjustable. “Its numbers are large enough to see from the bed; it’s small enough to be tucked into the bookcase at a perfect height, and the light of the numbers is adjustable at three levels.” This one said the humidity readout did them a solid, “This digital clock is exactly what we were looking for! Didn’t even realize how bad the humidity was in our bedroom until we got this. Now we run a humidifier at night and feel so much better!” Many of the commenters did mention that you need to read the instructions to set the clock up, you can’t just wing it.

A brownie pan that’s all corners
From Hecate: I was attracted to this brownie pan because the finished product looks like a Nailed It product. But the bonus is that six raised centered squares give several extra crispy sides for the brownie lover in your family. The pan is normally $25 but it’s on sale for $22.50 this week. Out of 578 reviews, it earned 4.6 stars and Fakespot gave it an A. One commenter said this thing was just perfect, “They are mostly edges and the perfect thickness. Perfect size Perfect texture and hardly any cleanup.” Another said the brownies looked just as good as regular pans, “I wasn’t sure how the shape would look once cut, but it actually looks pretty uniform. Would highly recommend this as an alternative to the other more well-known brownie pan.” One commenter said to use the 9×13 directions for proper measurements and almost all of them said with just a little grease in the pan the brownies pop right out.

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  1. manda says:

    omg buying that laundry sheet thing. I get so over-the-top irritated when the sheets ball up in the dryer. I had a duvet cover that got so twisted in the washing machine, with stuff stuck inside it, that I just cut it apart (it wasn’t like a nice one, I used it for the dog’s blanket–and it was so satisfying to destroy the thing that was causing me so much consternation!) I can’t believe this is a thing, and I really hope it works for me!

  2. Tom says:

    The Kevin’s sauces contain xanthan gum as a thickener. It can cause digestive upset in some.

    • SJP-NYC says:

      Costco has the Thai Coconut packaged with chicken in the refrigerator section and we really like it, so excited to have the options of the sauce only.

  3. Astrid says:

    I ordered the stripped dress in the XL size. It’s out of stock till mid-April.

  4. Becks1 says:

    I have that dress – it’s surprisingly good quality for the price, it’s a thicker cotton than you might be expecting, but once I washed it, it did shrink a solid inch or so, so now it’s a shade too short. Before I would wear it to work, and once it shrunk I will still wear it to work, but I tug on it a lot more to stretch it out in the mornings, lol. I also can’t wear it with heels because then it really is too short. (I don’t wear heels anyway so its kind of a non-issue.) But it was worth the price IMO and maybe I should get another one in a fun print for the summer (mine is solid black.)

    I need more workout leggings so I will try these too!

  5. dlc says:

    wait, lash thickeners really work? I bought an expensive one from a friend and it didnt do jack!

    • Anners says:

      I was really excited about the lash thickener, but when I went to Amazon Canada all the newest reviews say that you get a free tube if you leave a 5 star review and that what’s in the tube is basically water :(

      I wanted to give the lash serum Celebitchy used a try (because I trust her), but unfortunately it’s not available in Canada. So if anyone has any other suggestions, I’m in!

      Also, any suggestions for an epilator? Mine is ancient and I’m not sure if the $50 option is as good as the $120 one with all the fancy attachments.

      • Becks says:

        Try GrandeLash serum, its the best I have ever used! It works better than the expensive ones like Latisse, which I have tried in the past. I always get compliments on my eyelashes and asked if they are extensions😉

      • Anners says:

        Thanks Becks!

      • Jaded says:

        I’ve been using Liaison Lash Bond and it’s amazing! I too have had to stop using it daily as my lashes were getting too long. I only have to use it twice a week now.

      • Antonym says:

        I second the request for epilator recommendations. Mine recently bit the dust, so I’m in the market for a good replacement.

  6. Joanna says:

    Can we get some recommendations on sunless tanning products? I started using mystic tanning and I love the look but it doesn’t last long enough. Can I get some recommendations on sunless tan extenders? The salon is selling them for 40 and 60 dollars are they worth it? I bought the primer and it helps a little but again not enough. I would like my tan to last a week. Am I being unrealistic?

  7. SpankyB says:

    My husband has that clock. One of my cats knocked it off his nightstand and the whole thing went blank. I had no idea what to do with it, it just looked like a block of wood. I thought it was broken. Apparently there was a reset button somewhere on it and once it was reset all the numbers came back on. It’s a pretty cool clock.

    Those sauces are tempting me. I hate cooking, those will make life easier.

  8. alsf says:

    Does anyone have a cdb topical cream they like for muscle pain? I have an injury I’m coming back from and get really sore.

    I got the hemp oil and it’s working well for me, I wake up feeling good, but it doesn’t help the night before when I am getting ready for bed.