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Spending your money on life’s necessities is, honestly, a buzzkill. As much as we’d like to tell ourselves otherwise, a $600 hair styler and a pink foldable treadmill aren’t necessarily living essentials. Right now, though, we’re here to talk about unnecessary necessities because we all deserve little treats!
Basically, unnecessary necessities are those little treats that are not essential to daily life like a vacuum, nor are they useful purchases like fall jackets. Unnecessary necessities are those random gadgets and gizmos that you see on TikTok — like a banana-shaped banana slicer — that seem ridiculous but actually make your life so much easier.
When it comes to unnecessary necessities, Amazon is the Beyoncé of the group. There are millions upon zillions of little unnecessary necessities for under $15. I mean, where else could you find these little gadgets and then go on a long gadget-shopping adventure?
To get you started on your gadget-shopping adventure, we rounded up the best unnecessary necessities on Amazon to make your life easier. Little treats for all!
1. World’s Tiniest Vacuum, $12.99
Not only is this a great stocking stuffer, but think of all the little crumbs you can clean up in your car and on your keyboard! Plus, it’s so tiny and cute I want to cry.
2. Nooni Facial Cleansing Tool Marshmallow Whip Maker, $5.95 (Orig. $7)
This skin care whip maker transforms any cleanser into a rich and dense marshmallow-like foam. While the brand questionably claims that the unique foam texture helps to reduce oiliness, dullness, and dryness, the fluffy texture is a sensory dream.
3. HiYZ Sandwich Cutter and Sealer, $9.95
Um, why wouldn’t you want the opportunity to DIY Uncrustables whenever you want?
4. TICARVE Cleaning Gel, $9.99
It’s a cleaning gel that feels like silly putty and gets pretty much anything out of your keyboard, car vents and every other frustrating spot. What’s not to love?
Avoid the bone-chilling feeling of water and product soaking your arms and clothing by pulling on these terrycloth wristbands.
6. Soap Dish Holder, $10.99
You don’t need a drill or toolbox to mount this soap dish. The unique design keeps your bar of soap clean from any dust and debris while also draining the excess water properly, preventing any gross gunk from accumulating.
7. UODBUYO Mini Humidifier, $13.99
If you didn’t know, a mini humidifier will save your skin and sinuses this winter — and this itty bitty cactus one is just too cute to pass up on.
8. Jean Buttons Pins, $5.29
The denim back gap is maybe one of the worst parts of wearing jeans. These guys allow you to adjust the waistband of your jeans by adding a new button — no tailoring required!
9. Mini Makeup Brush Cleaner, $11.99
The manual labor involved in cleaning makeup brushes and sponges is, ugh, less than ideal. But did you know that this makeup brush cleaner washing machine exists?! I’m buying them for everyone this holiday season.
10. ONXE LED USB Clock Fan, $13.99
Now you’ll never be both hot and unaware of the time, aka the worst combination.
11. LATME Ice Roller for Face, $9.34 (Orig. $16.97)
Allergies and post-night-out puffiness won’t know what hit ’em. Just pop this in the freezer and then roll it all over your face. Use it during your skin care routine or just for funsies.
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