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From snapping up a cult-favourite household cleaner to investing in non-wired underwear, MailOnline readers are keeping their homes looking spotless as lockdown restrictions ease, and are still prioritising comfort over style.
These are the bestselling products that were popular with MailOnline readers in May.
Looking for cosy nightwear? Amazon shoppers say these pyjama bottoms are so comfy that you’ll struggle to take off in the morning.
The Famulily Women’s Casual Floral Wide Leg Pajama Lounge Pants have nearly 3,000 five-star ratings on the site and cost just £15.49. They’re flowy, super-soft and designed to fit and flatter – no wonder they’re Amazon’s number one bestseller in their Women’s Pyjama Bottoms category.
This budget-friendly concealer is a favourite among over 24,000 shoppers, and it’s got our seal of approval too. The concealer, which comes in 20 shades to suit all skin tones, does a stellar job at covering everything from dark circles and redness to blemishes.
Described as being just as creamy and blendable as more expensive concealers, including the likes of YSL Touche Éclat and NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer, it’s now on sale for under £6.
These are ‘super comfortable’ and the ‘best comfort bras ever’ according to Amazon customers. The breathable, soft and non-wired bras come in black, white and beige and go up to size 4XL.
They’re perfect for off-duty days and a great addition to any loungwear collection. Plus, you doesplurge to score the Amazon bestseller, as you can buy two bras for under £15.
Made from a bamboo viscose-elastane blend, these high-waisted briefs are ‘soft and stretchy’. Shoppers say the size-inclusive knickers are a more affordable and ‘better quality alternative to brands including Sloggi.
They’ve received over 2,500 five-star reviews thanks to their wide waistband and full-coverage design that lightly sculpts. And they cost as little as £18.99 for a pack of four, so you can stock up on your favourites.
Hailed as an affordable dupe for the iconic ghd straighteners, the Remington Shine Therapy Advanced Ceramic Hair Straighteners have been described as ‘miles better’ and cost a fraction of the price at £25.
The plates are infused with a mix of oils and vitamins to leave your locks smooth and glossy, and with nine variable heat settings, you can straighten your hair without damage. Additionally, the hair tool has an auto shut off after 60 minutes for peace of mind.
Shoppers are obsessing over this £2.50 cleaning product from Bar Keepers Friend that can banish rust, tough stains and clean grout in just minutes.
The bestselling (bleach-free) powder has myriad uses. Mixed with water to make a paste or sprinkled onto a damp cloth, it can remove rust stains, tarnish, and mineral deposits, polish up sinks, taps, pots and pans, and clean sinks, bathtubs, tiles and grout. And it’s even safe to use on car alloys.
If your neck, back and shoulder muscles are begging for relief, don’t stress. This portable massager helps relieve tension and soothe soreness. Just drape it around your neck to target your neck, shoulders and upper back.
The Invospa Heated Shiatsu Massager, which kneads out knots at the touch of a button, has received over 18,700 five-star ratings on Amazon from shoppers who’ve described it as ‘fantastic for sore muscles’ and a ‘great gadget for neck/back pain relief’.
If you’re suffering from telogen effluvium, a common hair loss condition that can be triggered by emotional stress or physical illness, trichologist Dr Nick Fisherman of Wyndham Private Specialist Clinic recommends Watermans Grow Me Hair Growth Shampoo.
The bestseller, which sees one bottle flying off the shelves every 30 seconds, is formulated with natural ingredients, including a mix of proteins, rosemary extract and biotin that will help aid hair growth.