I never thought I would spend more than $ 10 on leggings and then I tried these on. They’re high waisted (I have a long torso and most ‘high waisted’ pants barely reach my belly button), they aren’t sheer, and you won’t pull them or readjust them when you move. They’re also made from plastic bottles and 79% recycled polyester, and they come in recycled packaging. Once you’ve passed them or worn them out completely, you can return them to Girlfriend Collective for recycling again (and you’ll receive a gift card).
If you don’t need the high waisted leggings, the mid rise leggings are also on sale for $ 48; everything else is 30% off, like the Paloma bra, which I love too.
Bombas socks (20% off)
Bombas (with code CHEER20)
Some of our favorite running socks are from Bombas. The company also makes great compression socks for post-workout recovery sessions. Coupon code CHEER20 is good for 20 percent off everything Bombas sells – all socks, plus T-shirts and other clothing.
Colgate Hum Rechargeable Electric Toothbrush for $ 50 ($ 20 off)
Target, Walmart ($ 50), Colgate ($ 56, enter HUMFORTHEHOLIDAYS)
The Colgate Hum is a well-made electric brush – you don’t have to look at your phone every time you brush your teeth to map your progress and get feedback – and it’s cheaper than most smart brushes. . You can also get it on Amazon, but it’s $ 60.
If you don’t need a rechargeable brush and can use batteries, this version is on sale for $ 40 at Colgate (with the code HUMFORTHEHOLIDAYS) and $ 45 at Amazon.
Disposable masks for $ 8 ($ 22 off)
This pack of face masks fell for the same price on Amazon Prime Day. Disposable masks aren’t the most environmentally friendly option – we recommend investing in some reusable masks – but they’re lightweight and effective. This is a good option if you are prone to the dreaded mascne.
Society6 Masks for $ 12 ($ 4 off)
Kim Chua, WIRED staff member, loves these masks. (Here are more of our favorite masks.) They come in several eye-catching designs, and they’re not too expensive.
Pack of 3 Baggu face masks for $ 24 ($ 8 off)
Baggu, Amazonia ($ 26)
These are on our list of the best face masks. When a WIRED staff member was sick with Covid-19, she found them comfortable enough to sleep on. We prefer the earring style to the tie-back style. Baggu also makes some great reusable bags (a sustainable alternative to plastic), which are part of the sitewide Black Friday sale.
Olika Hand Sanitizer Multipacks for $ 34 ($ 8 off)
Amazon (click on the coupon button)
Amazon will apply additional coupon discounts during checkout. If you don’t want to make your own hand sanitizer and are fed up with the mass produced vodka scent sanitizer, this deal might be right for you.
IHealth Non-Contact Forehead Thermometer for $ 24 ($ 20 off)
This thermometer typically costs between $ 30 and $ 50. It uses infrared to read body temperature in a second, so you won’t have to worry about a sick child’s tongue.
Lifestraw for $ 13 ($ 7 off)
If you’re hiking, camping, or have a first aid kit handy, a LifeStraw is a good thing to include. It filters contaminated water without batteries or other accessories. We’ve seen it drop to $ 10 before, you might want to wait and see if the price drops even more.
Final reusable straw for $ 15 ($ 9 off)
Amazon: click on the coupon button, Final $ 20)