Things I Will Probably Repeat Buy on Amazon for the Rest of My Life
In the last few months I can confidently state that I have developed from an experienced Amazon buyer to a marginal Amazon shopping expert. My penchant for shopping on the website has grown from being simply dependent on the platform to instantly order household items like cleaning wipes or toilet paper, to hidden costume jewelry and now to a one-stop shop for everything.
Aside from the insightful product reviews, perhaps the best part about shopping on Amazon is its personalized efficiency. I can easily access my previous orders and even better, I can reorder them at the push of a button. It's like having a personal shopping assistant 24/7. Anytime I'm at a loss about that one product I once bought on Amazon, in a matter of moments I can refer to my account and find the item - it's almost too easy. From essential beauty products and housewares to fashion pieces in every color, I keep clicking “reorder” on selected products. Keep scrolling to find out which items I will no doubt buy from Repeats for the rest of my life, and maybe you will too.
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Yemak Cropped Cardigan Sweater ($ 23)
This sweater is available in more than ten colors. Drop by me in about a month to see what colors I have so far.
Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micellar Water ($ 15)
This is hands down the best makeup remover I've ever tried, and I've tried many of them.
La Roche-Posay Effaclar Duo Acne Spot Treatment with Double Action ($ 20)
In the Maskne era, this is a must see.
The beauty chef Glow Inner Beauty Essential ($ 65)
Beauty starts from the inside out, and this vegan powder helps with gut health and digestion, resulting in healthy, glowing skin. I use this every day and have never felt this glowing.
Maison Francis Kurkdjian Aqua Universalis candle ($ 85)
Is anyone else blowing candles at high speed?
Supergoop! Invisible sunscreen SPF 40 ($ 34)
I can't say enough positive things about this sunscreen; it's not greasy, it doesn't smell, and it actually works.
Ododos Yoga Short ($ 11)
I recently moved from New York to Miami so I replaced my leggings with shorts. After looking through hundreds of reviews, I finally bought these yoga shorts and am obsessed.
Each hand sanitizer spray: coconut and lemon ($ 17)
I've never met a hand sanitizer that received more compliments on the scent than this one.
Ahava Dead Sea Mineral Hand Creams ($ 24)
And of course, with all that hand washing and disinfecting, hand cream is essential to relieve dry, chapped hands.
Matcha Moments Matcha Green Tea Powder ($ 10)
I am convinced that no one goes through matcha faster than me.
Well Said, Health Energy Supplement ($ 25)
Made from just four organic ingredients - rhodiola rosea, matcha tea, beets and maca - these are the perfect pick-me-ups.
Thisworks deep sleep pillow spray ($ 29)
I was given this product as a gift years ago, and now it's something I just can't live without.
Screen Mom Screen Cleaner Kit with Microfiber Cloths ($ 30)
Warning: You shouldn't be using Windex on your computer (I know I made the mistake too).
Smeg retro style coffee maker ($ 200)
Let's be clear: I'm not trying to own multiple coffee makers. However, this is the best gift for season after season. That's why I keep buying it new.
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