Rubbing your gums with a waxy, pseudo-minty string from a plastic box? It’s the 21st century, people—and Quip thinks we deserve better.
Meridian’s “radically inclusive” approach to self-care essentials means everyone deserves a comfortable experience trimming their pubes.
What vibrates 38,000 times per minute, looks like Adam Driver, AND cleans our teeth? The Mode wireless toothbrush.
The Carol bike's AI feature keeps your workout rides short and powerful, for buns of sweaty steel—and it's $250 off now.
Feeling like Jabba the Hutt after your second plate of cornbread stuffing? Pop one of these digestion mints that claim to pulverize your belly mash.
Need to decompress? Try building a LEGO replica of 'The Starry Night' or a Fender Stratocaster and feel the stress melt away.
Upgrade your daily step-count sesh with the best walking gear, from an electrolyte-filled water bottle to the right earbuds.
Sure, Grondyke's soaps—with names like Durden, Maverick, and Bond—smell great, but can their pheromone content actually bring on the babes?
Vibes Only's sex toys work in tandem with an erotic audio app (and would make Siri blush).
ASYSTEM's gummies claim to promote ~*flow state*~ and improved cognitive ability thanks to a cocktail of adaptogenic compounds. But do they work?
MyManu's new Titan device aims to keep the connectedness but cut down on endless scrolling by giving your eyes a break.