The driving motivation behind most bargain hunters is simple and logical: there's no need to break the bank on products when they can be found for a fraction of the cost. And these everyday products on Amazon you didn't know you can save a ton of money on if you
buy in bulk aren't forcing you to compromise. These items will provide you with the quality you expect, while also allowing you to save a few dollars. What's not to love about that?
So, maybe it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to stock up on purses or makeup that has an expiration date. But there are plenty of home goods, tech gadgets, and even beauty and health products that you will buy often and on repeat.
When it comes to purchasing sponges,
sunscreen, toothbrushes, lip balms you're forever losing, and even makeup wipes to keep on your nightstand, it makes sense to buy in bulk. Your lips will forever need hydration and your skin requires SPF, rain or shine. But the same goes for lightning cables that fray and razors that are useless without replacement cartridges. Buying these products in bulk means saving a ton of money in the long run — and not having to deal with the hassle of constantly replacing products.
Whether you need cleaning supplies in bulk or would really love a 20-piece makeup brush set that costs less than $10, this list of affordable products will let you stock up on great items for a lot less.
Colorful Sponges That Won't Scratch Or Smell
sponges don't scratch pots, pans, or dishes, won't accumulate mold and mildew like other sponges, and last a lot longer than the average smelly sponge. They're also kind of magical — warm water activates their ability to gently cleanse and cold water is ideal for scrubbing. Use them to clean up the kitchen, bathroom, and practically everywhere else. Each pack comes with three sponges is various colors so you can keep your cleaning tools organized.
As for the savings: one sponge costs $6.99 — so nine sponges should technically go for about $63.
The Microfiber Cleansing Cloths That Clean With Or Without Chemicals
If you go through paper towels like it's nobody's business, you know that the price can add up — at close to $3 a roll, and they run out fast. But these 24 microfiber
cleaning cloths do the same job, and are reusable and infinitely washable. Each cloth is soft and non-abrasive, so no worries about scratching furniture and counters. They absorb eight times their weight in moisture and are effective with or without chemical cleaners. Each pack comes with blue, white, and yellow towels — for the price of around four rolls of paper towels.
A Six-Pack Of Makeup Blending Sponges In Different Colors
Makeup sponges are a valuable tool to have around and can help blend foundation, concealer, and cream bronzer to a flawless finish — and is even great to bake powder with. Yet one of these
makeup blender sponges costs over $5 — not to mention the most popular version clocks in at $20 — and needs to be replaced every few months. That's why this pack of beauty blenders is a steal. These oval-shaped sponges are vegan, cruelty-free, and are neither too soft or too firm. One reviewer writes: "The texture of this sponge is soft - it doesn't feel like any other sponge I've felt and it applies the foundation beautifully, without absorbing it all in." It even comes with a silicone cleaning pad to make them last even longer.
A Pack Of 12 Organic Lip Balms In Different Natural Flavors
Whether you're always losing your
lip balm or prefer to keep one in each purse and room in your house — just in case — it doesn't get better than this 12-pack of organic chapsticks in a variety of flavors. Each lip balm is made from organic beeswax, coconut oil, and shea butter, without petroleum, soy, and corn. Natural lip flavors include vanilla, peppermint, green tea, and fruity pear. Each balm only costs a little over $2 — while most drugstore versions are double that price.
These Aloe Vera And Green Tea Makeup Removing Wipes
Nothing beats the convenience of
makeup remover wipes — keep them on your nightstand and you'll never have an excuse not to remove all of your foundation before bed. They're also incredible for travel, and make for an easy way to get rid of waterproof mascara after a long night out. While most wipes cost between $5 and $7 for one pack, these packs of 30 pre-moistened wipes adds up to 180 wipes in total — for an incredible price. These wipes are ideal for all skin types and contain aloe vera, green tea extract, and vitamin E acetate.
The Pimple Patches That Heal Acne While You Sleep
The latest Korean beauty craze isn't a serum or cleanser — it's these effective
pimple patches that are worn over pimples at night to dry out excess sebum and help them heal faster. Since pimples love to pop up at unexpected times, it helps to stock up on these patches, but since they're usually priced at $5 a pack, the cost can add up quickly (not to mention other acne creams cost upwards of $10 a bottle). This four-pack with 24 patches in each pack, and save you time and energy — place a patch over troubled skin and forget about it. It turns from clear to opaque when it's ready to remove, and you can wear it under makeup.
The Quality Velvet Hangers That Will Whip Your Closet Into Shape
If you've ever attempted to organize your closet, you know the deal: quality
hangers are expensive. These velvet suit hangers come 50 in a pack and have features like notched shoulders that keep jackets and shirts from slipping. Each hanger can hold up to 10 pounds and they come in three colors: black, beige, and grey. These also have over 4,000 reviews, with reviewers writing things like: "After all these hangers cost around 36 cents a piece, one would not expect high end hangers for that amount of money," but she thinks they beat their competitors by a long shot.
A Five Blade Razor With 12 Replacement Blades
When you use your
razor regularly, you also have to replace the blade often so that it's effective and won't cause nicks and cuts. This set, which includes one five-blade razor and 12 replacement cartridges ensures you don't have to shop for new blades every week. Each razor has a "moisture halo" or shea butter and jojoba oil to protect your skin, and it's pretty much impossible to find a more affordable deal. Razor refills alone usually go for around $20 — and you usually only get six of them.
Cotton Underwear With The Perfect Comfortable Cut
When you just want to be as comfortable as possible in a cute pair of
cotton underwear that don't cost a fortune, this pack of high-cut brief panties is everything. These panties are tagless, made from 95 percent cotton and 5 percent elastane for a bit of stretch, and come in a few color and print choices: fashion assorted (shown here), basic assorted (think neutral colors), all black, and all white. $2 for a pair of quality underwear that lasts is a deal you shouldn't pass up if your underwear keeps getting lost in the laundry.
The False Eyelashes That Come In Different Styles And Lengths
You'll get six styles of lightweight and reusable
false eyelashes in each order — and lashes run the gamut from wispy and natural (perfect for daytime wear) to the most intensely dramatic disco lashes around. That's 60 lashes in total for less than some brands charge for just one pair of faux lashes. One reviewer writes: "I've been a makeup artist for a few years now and find these lashes are amazing for the price they are asking!" They are all handmade and have invisible bands, too.
These Bacteria-Killing Charcoal Toothbrushes
The amazing benefits of charcoal extend to dental care, and this five-pack of
charcoal toothbrushes is so affordable, there's really no excuse not to try them. With a power tip, soft bristles, and (of course) charcoal, these brushes kill plaque and bacteria and extend to clean the hardest-to-reach areas of your mouth. And not only do similar toothbrush packs cost more, charcoal teeth whitener can cost upwards of $20 — so this is double the bang for your buck.
A Spray-On Sport Sunscreen With SPF 50
sunscreen is a non-negotiable product you need all year round, and since we bathe in it come summertime, every last cent you can save on SPF is a good thing. You'll get four bottles of sport sunscreen spray with SPF 50 for a few dollars more than the price of one bottle. And there's no compromising when you opt for this brand: it's dermatologist tested, lightweight, and water-resistant up to 80 minutes.
The Cleaning Wipes That Are A Killer On Bacteria And The Flu Virus
With 320 Lysol
disinfecting wipes in total, there won't be any bad bacteria or viruses left to wreak havoc on your home, car, or office. These cleansing wipes knock out 99.9 percent of germs, 95 percent of allergens, and they're safe to use on electronics and devices like your phone. There's never a time when these wipes won't come in handy, so take advantage of this incredible deal and stock up. Best of all, one of these usually costs around $5 to $6 dollars, so you're saving money, too.
The Best Excuse To Try One New Sheet Mask A Day For More Than Two Weeks
If you can't get enough of
sheet masks, these pack of 16 Korean masks is your best excuse to indulge — especially because when you go to a luxury beauty store, some of the sheet masks cost as much as this pack. Each mask addresses a different skincare concern or goal with options that include: cucumber, green tea, pearl, charcoal, and royal jelly. It's also a cult-favorite with over 3,000 reviews because each one contains vitamin E and collagen, and reviewers write things like: "A lot of times affordable face masks can be every bit as good as the high end version..or even better...I've been using these sheet masks for a few months now and I'm very happy with them."
The Comfortable, Wire-Free Sports Bras With Removable Cups
When you find a
sports bra that fits well, you promptly buy up every other bra in that brand. There's no need to do that when you invest in this six-pack of racerback seamless sports bras because you're already getting an affordable set that works out to about $5 a bra. These nylon and spandex sports bras are wireless, with wide straps and removable cups. They also come in great colors and fit like a glove — and are ideal for low and medium impact workouts like running or biking.
These Washable, Reusable Silicone Scrub Sponges Do So Much More Than Scrub
silicone sponges are sturdier than conventional sponges and do an amazing job of scrubbing pots and dishes, glasses — but unlike other sponges, they actually are multi-functional. They clean fruits and vegetables, they work as pot holders, and also function as coasters. They heat-resistant up and even dishwasher-safe, and can be boiled for easy sanitizing.
The Hair Towel Turbans That Dry Your Hair Faster
Wrapping wet hair in an ordinary terrycloth towel can cause major static and frizz. But these
hair towel turbans, which secure hair in place with an elastic band, are designed to absorb water from your hair and help it dry even faster — without damaging heat. The four pack of turbans, which are one size fits all, are roomy enough for very long hair and come in pink, purple, yellow, and blue. The price of this pack is almost the price of one of its competitors, but reviewers write things like: "I have previously purchased and used other hair towels...but I found that for the price, it simply wasn't worth it..and really, you're paying for the name. The design of all of this hair towel is the same as those on the market."
An Oil-Fighting Salicylic Acid Toner For Acne
If you have oily or acne-prone skin, this salicylic acid
toner will keep oil levels balanced and soak up excess sebum to prevent breakouts. This astringent can be compared to Clean & Clear's toner, with one major difference: you'll save about $8 on this pack of six toners and you'll never notice a difference in quality. Reviewers love that there's no oily residue left behind, too.
A Dozen Soft And Allergen-Resistant Pillowcases
You can never have too many pillowcases — they should be washed often to prevent bacteria and dirt buildup (and to save your skin from breakouts) — so it helps to have more than a few in storage at all times. This set provides 12 brushed microfiber
pillowcases are also resistant to allergens and feel smooth and soft on your skin. They feature double-stitch tailoring and hold up really well after repeated spins in the washing machine, they're breathable, and they'll save you a few bucks in the process.
The Sticky Clips That Keep Wires And Cables Organized And Neat
There are so many ways you can use these
cable clips to keep wire and cables organized and out of the way — they can even be repurposed to hold items like toothbrushes and small tools in place. Each of the clips in this pack has an extra-strong sticky pad in the back that adheres to a variety of surfaces and keeps wires and items secure and in place. You'll find plenty of ways to use them, and at $.50 a piece, you won't find a sturdier product at a better deal.
21.The Natural, Aluminum-Free Deodorant That Goes On Clear
If you are a deodorant user, you can kick aluminum to the curb (you won't miss it) with this
natural deodorant that relies instead on mineral salts. This formula won't make your armpits sticky or white, it's hypoallergenic and ideal for sensitive skin, and has just a hint of lavender and white tea for a fresh scent. You'll also save about $7 a pop, buying this deodorant in bulk is a great deal.
The Completely Natural Handmade And Cold-Pressed Bar Soaps
You'll only find natural ingredients in these handmade
bar soaps: palm oil, palm kernel oil, coconut oil, tallow, water, natural glycerin, cornstarch, and natural wildflower scent. Each bar of soap in this pack of six is cold-pressed, moisturizing, can be used on the body and hair, and contains zero harmful chemicals. Considering how one bar of natural soap can cost as much as $12, scoring six for the price of one is sweet.
A $1 Razor That's So Fine You Can Use It To Trim Eyebrows
If you prefer to shape your eyebrows, you know that trimming from the tops and bottoms of eyebrows is a lot easier when you have a great tool like this
eyebrow trimmer, which features a fine blade and a non-slip grip. This really sharp Japanese version can also be used to remove peach fuzz on your face and neck, as well as your bikini areas. Since razors have a short shelf life and the last thing you want to do is shave with a dull razor, stock up with this 10 pack, which comes out to just $1 per razor (most brands cost $1.25 a razor, too).
The Organic Wool Dryer Balls That Are Better For Sensitive Skin
Without a single chemical or fragrance, these New Zealand
wool dryer balls prevent static and keep clothing soft in the dryer (they're also safer for pets, children, and anyone with sensitive skin). These balls are completely organic, can reduce drying time by up to 30 percent, and one wool ball can be reused about 1,000 times —making them a way better choice for the environment. Stock up with this pack of 12 balls and you can rest easy for another 12,000 spins in the dryer. Not only will you save on dryer sheets, but the price of this particular pack is about the same price you'd pay for six from other brands.
A Set Of Essential Oils That Includes Favorites And Special Blends
If you purchase
essential oils separately at a shop, you'll like spend at least $6 to $7 or more, depending on the oil. Compare that price with this one — a pack of 14 therapeutic grade essential oils that work out to costing a little more than $1 per oil. The set includes popular oils like tea tree, lavender, frankincense, and eucalyptus, as well as special blends like the Good Sleep Blend.
A 50-Pack Of Collagen And Hyaluronic Acid Eye Masks
Is there a better
eye mask deal out there than this one? You'll get 50 eye masks made from skin-plumping collagen, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin B5 that reduce puffiness, lighten dark circles, and make you feel a million times more awake. Wear the patches for 15 minutes in the morning while you brew coffee and check email — for this price, you'll never have to skip a morning.
These Glass Food Storage Containers That Can Go In The Oven
The next time you need to store leftovers or produce, you won't have hand wash dirty plastic containers — because this set provides 24 glass
food storage containers with airtight lids that come in different sizes and shapes. These BPA-free containers come in small, medium, and large, as well as square, round, and rectangle shapes. They're safe in the fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, and even in the oven (up to 500 degrees, but remove the lids first). So, basically, they're perfect — and the whole set will pretty much last you forever, and costs a lot less than buying them piece by piece.
A 10-Pack Of Lightning Charger Cables So That Your Phone Is Never Dead
No matter how well you care for them,
lightning charger cables will always split or be misplaced, and this tech accessory has become a fundamental one to have kicking around. This 10-pack of lightening cables comes out to slightly more than $1 per cable, which is a steal. They're 6 feet long, flexible and sturdy, and compatible with most Apple devices.
The Plug-In LED Night Lights With Dusk To Dawn Sensors
Dark corners and bumping into objects in the middle of the night will become a thing of the past when you plug these
LED night lights everywhere you want them, from bathrooms and nurseries to basements and laundry rooms. The lights have dusk to dawn sensors, and automatically light up when it's dark outside. Each order comes with two colored LED night lights and six daylight night lights.
The Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mats So You Can Cook Without Oil
silicone baking mats won't stick to foods, which means you can bake meats, veggies, and fish without using any oil, butter, or cooking spray. They're made from food-grade silicone and are safe to use in the oven (up to 500 degrees), stove, microwave, and dishwasher. This set of six mats and accessories gives you two half- and two quarter-sized silicone baking mats, as well as a silicone cleaning brush and silicone spatula to round out your love of cooking with all-things silicone. They will easily replace parchment paper in your house, which will also save you money over time. Bustle may receive a portion of sales from products purchased from this article, which was created independently from Bustle's editorial and sales departments. This article reflects price at publication and may change.