2020 has been a year. And throughout it, we shared our best product recs with you. To help you shop smarter and save money. And because spending your hard-earned cash on stuff that doesn’t live up to expectations is the worst.
So we took a deep dive into what Skimm’rs (hi, you) loved the most this year. Introducing: Skimm Faves. We looked at what sold best, what products were the most popular, and what we were obsessed with over here at Skimm HQ. So consider these the best in show. The crème de la crème.
This list is all about the kitchen. And things to cook with and drink from. Not to mention gadgets that are very useful.
Put the knife down. This multi-chopper has five different size blades. So you’ll be able to dice tomatoes, onions, and peppers like a pro. The kit also includes a peeler, cleaning brush, and bin so your ingredients won’t be all over your kitchen countertop. Sigh of relief sold separately. ($18.77, Amazon)
Upgrade your happy hour with this opener that can uncork 80 bottles in a single charge. And no — it won’t break corks in the process. If you don’t finish your bottle, just use the vacuum sealer option to preserve freshness and flavor. Cheers to that. ($39.95, Wayfair)
It’s time to stack. This shelf lines the edges of your cabinet so you can actually see everything at once. It can also be arranged in different ways to fit your exact space. Talk about a makeover. ($21.99, Bed Bath & Beyond)
Taste-tested and carefully curated by Cosmo editors, these wines are sure to hit the spot. You can purchase bottles separately (chardonnay, rosé, pinot noir, or cabernet sauvignon), or you can get the tasting kit. It’s the perfect thing to gift a friend, or enjoy yourself. ($14.99+, Wine.com)
The little pods are mixes that you can use to create smoothies. So think green smoothies, banana almond, and berry. Once your blender is charged, fill it with water, and then pop in a pod. To blend, close and twist the lid. It’ll blend in 30 seconds for you to enjoy. It’s perfect for on-the-go meals. ($130, Vejo)
Give yourself a break and take out the guesswork. Choose your preferred style (hard-boiled, poached, scrambled, or omelette) and set the timer. Then jump in the shower while your breakfast is cooking. The device will switch off when it’s all done. Eggcellent. ($15.99, Amazon)
PS: These are editorially selected, but if you purchase, theSkimm may get something in return.
PPS: If something’s out of stock, oops, it was there when we published. And we apologize for any shipping delays due to COVID-19. Thanks.
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