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13 Things on Sale You’ll Actually Want to Buy: From Golde to Waterpik

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Most of the Strategist-exclusive savings from our two-day sale this week have already expired, but a few are still available through tomorrow night. Amazon’s Holiday Beauty Haul just started, too, if you’re already thinking about gifting — or just want to restock some discounted personal-care products.

This travel-friendly version of one of our favorite water flossers is at the lowest price we’ve seen since August. Great news for keeping your oral hygiene in tip-top shape, even on vacation.

For a stomach-soothing and grown-up hot chocolate, try Golde’s cacao-turmeric blend with hot water or milk. (Our former intern tells us that it makes an excellent cocoa-powder substitute in brownies as well.) It’s 20 percent off with the code STRATSITEWIDE.

Everything at Kinfield is also 20 percent off until Friday night with code STRATSITEWIDE. Its Golden Hour bug spray is great if you’re looking for a DEET-free repellent — plus, as our senior editor Crystal Martin notes, it “smells really yummy, to the point where I sometimes spray on copious amounts.”

You can take 20 percent off one item at Fat Brain Toys with the code NW-7658 through Saturday, including one of our favorite toys for 5-year-olds. It’s a safe, gluten-free Play-Doh substitute that’s designed to never dry out — and comes with seven pastry molds so your kid can have their own great little bake-off.

These bath toys may not look the most exciting, but they come recommended by child-education experts. They’re also just plain fun.

Barefoot Dreams CozyChic Throw Blanket
From $127
From $127

Over at Nordstrom, this Barefoot Dreams throw blanket is 25 percent off. It’s fluffy, comes recommended by Brie Larson, is beloved by teens — and makes one of our favorite gifts for sisters.

Here’s a coffee grinder you won’t mind showing off on your countertop.

This would make an excellent gift for the dad who claims his ratty old bathrobe works just fine.

This supersoft button-up is made from double gauze, a breezy fabric that will be nice for transitional temps.

This is basically dry shampoo with SPF to protect your scalp from sunburns.

Here’s a set of six stemless wine glasses that are so cheap you almost won’t mind if a party guest has butterfingers.

Some Beats by Dre over-ear and noise-canceling headphones are just $150 at Best Buy as part of its very early Black Friday sale. They’re a favorite of chef Daniela Soto-Innes: “I’ve lost so many pairs of headphones. I love these because they don’t fall off,” she says. “They stay on my head whether I’m walking to work or working out.”

Lisa Says Gah also has a sitewide sale going on through the weekend with code GAH20. As a Mary Janes apologist, I’m especially intrigued by these chunky-soled shoes from Intentionally Blank.

The Strategist is designed to surface the most useful, expert recommendations for things to buy across the vast e-commerce landscape. Some of our latest conquests include the best acne treatments, rolling luggage, pillows for side sleepers, natural anxiety remedies, and bath towels. We update links when possible, but note that deals can expire and all prices are subject to change.

13 Things on Sale You’ll Want to Buy: From Golde to Waterpik