Practical Products For Taking Care Of Yourself, From Weighted Blankets to Fancy Shower Heads
5 self-care sales worth paying attention to.
Better self-care may start from within, but a good deal on some peace-of-mind products can be just the thing to get the ball rolling. From anxiety-reducing blankets to an app that’ll improve your sleep, here are five things worth buying for yourself right now, all on sale.
Whether you're wrestling with anxiety and insomnia or just like the feeling of being spooned, studies show a weighted blanket can reduce stress and improve your sleep. Made out of soft cotton and weighing 20 pounds, the Gravis Weighted Blanket feels like a big hug — and it’s on sale now for 20% off.
Sale Price: $207.99 (20% off)
These pillows offer up a deep shiatsu massage with the touch of a button. (There’s also a heat setting, if you really want to kick it up a notch.) If you fall asleep, don’t worry — they come with an automatic shut-off timer.
Sale Price: $89 (31% off)
Beneath this shower head's elegant design lies a powerful filtration system that reduces contaminants like chlorine, lead, copper, and mercury. It also prevents buildup of scale, algae, and other bacteria, so you won’t need to clean it nearly as often.
Sale Price: $23.99 (29% off)
The point of this notebook is to start your day more mindfully, which is why it includes a designated section for gratitude practice and a daily inspirational quote alongside space for notes and a to-do list. It’s normally $30, but you can get it on sale now for $21.99 to save a few bucks.
Sale Price: $21.99 (26% off)
Pzizz is an app that promises to help you fall asleep faster and wake up feeling refreshed, through a combination of sounds, music, and spoken word that’s played while you drift off. A lifetime subscription normally costs $600, but it’s on sale right now for just $49.99. That includes access to the new focus module, which features music designed to help you get more done at work.
Sale Price: $49.99 (91% off)
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