Online shopping is a second nature daily task at this point. Whether you get your product recommendations on TikTok or from your bestie during your weekly FaceTime call, it's gotten to the point that it doesn't even matter if it makes sense for us to add to cart. Hearing the doorbell ring knowing FedEx is here with your package has the power to lift our mood, any day of the week. We don't judge here at PureWow, so we are here to offer you a few more of our favorite products we've been using constantly. From clean shampoo and conditioner to hair drying scrunchies, here are the random but useful products PureWow staffers loved in March.

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1. The Wand Wine Purifier

Love wine but hate the headaches that come with just a glass or two of it? This little wand will purify your wine from the sulfites and histamines to remedy any future hangover symptoms including headaches, stuffy nose, nausea and flushed skin. Brand strategy manager, Enaoris Hernandez's "mind was blown" over how effective this nifty gadget is. White and red wine drinkers alike need this lifesaving accessory.

$14 AT AMAZON

2. Acid League Meyer Lemon Honey Living Vinegar

Senior SEO editor, Alexia Dellner, swears by this flavorful vinegar. "Am I the only one who is totally bored of cooking these days? This zingy vinegar is a quick and easy way to perk up your usual go-to (read: boring) dishes, from stir-fries and salads to roasted fish and even dessert! The brand makes a bunch of fun flavors but this sour-sweet combo is my fav." This mixture is so versatile with balancing notes from honeycomb to citrus peel and a flavor profile ranging from fruity to spicy it will pair well with almost every meal.

BUY IT ($15)

3. The Laundress Sweater Comb

De-pill your favorite Lululemon leggings and go-to sweaters without causing any rips or snags, thanks to this sweater comb (that shouldn't be relegated to just wool and cashmere). "It's 1000 times better than a razor (that old trick) and I am so so mad I didn't discover it sooner!" Raves Rachel Bowie, senior editor of special projects.

BUY IT ($19)

4. Purple Royal Seat Cushion

"Rather than buying an actual office chair, I got this seat cushion from Purple and two days in, my aching back and hips already feel a million times better," fashion director, Dena Silver, says. Nobody wants a sore back from work, so if your WFH set up is also begging for an upgrade, this seat pillow may just be your answer for your chair. This ergonomic design is ideal for a five to eight hour sit-time, perfect for a full day of work. Purple also offers a 30-day trial, free shipping, free returns and a one-year warranty.

BUY IT ($79)

5. Dansko Kane Yellow EVA Clog

If you have also picked up a gardening hobby during quarantine, these clogs are convenient to slip on and water your tomatoes. "These clogs are so lightweight and have a footbed that molds to your foot. Plus you can just hose them off after you have been gardening in them since they are made of bio-based EVA," says senior editor, Dana Dickey, who is loving her new Danskos.

BUY IT ($80)

6. Revlon Pro Collection Salon One Step Hair Dryer and Volumizer Brush

This Revlon hairdryer brush is a crowd favorite amongst so many, and that was the case for editor Sarah Stiefvater. "It dries and styles my hair in less than ten minutes and costs less than $50. No-brainer," she says. This handy hair tool can give you a salon-esque blowout whenever you want. Work in some of these Gloss Drops by Paul Mitchell to achieve a glassy, sleek gloss to your do.

BUY IT ($42)

7. Bentgo Kids' Chill Leak-Proof Lunch Box

Editor-in-Chief, Jillian Quint is all about the ease and efficiency of these lunchboxes. They come in six different colors and are small enough to slip into your child's backpack. "It comes with a little cooler that you stick in the freezer before packing, so the lunch stays in cool their cubbies and the compartments are the perfect size sandwiches/snacks, and it's so easy to clean," she explains.

$30 AT AMAZON

8. Ceremonia Cleanse & Condition

"Even though I'm in desperate need of a haircut, my tresses are looking silky smooth and beautifully textured, without even a hint of frizz. Plus, the combo smells absolutely delicious. Apologies in advance to everyone in my life for how much I'm about to talk about this new shower must-have..." Dena Silver is clearly a huge fan of this high-quality yet affordable shampoo and conditioner. BTW, Ceremonia is a BIPOC-owned company and the products are silicone and sulfate free and made up of clean ingredients.

BUY IT ($32; $29)

9. Peach Shampoo & Conditioner Bar Set

Senior account manager, Brynn Conway, is loving these shampoo and conditioner bars right now. They are meant to moisturize and bring dry and dull hair back to life. Each shampoo bar equals two bottles of shampoo while the conditioner bars are equal to three bottles (sans all the gross plastic)—and the formula for both is sulfate-free. P.S The coconut lavender scent is unbelievable.

BUY IT ($26; $23)

10. Kitsch Soft Microfiber Towel Scrunchies

These scrunchies are not only adorable for every day use; they soak up excess water from your hair to speed up the drying process on wash day resulting in minimal heat exposure from your blowdryer. Senior influencer marketing manager, Noel Pescetto, can't get enough of her set. These come in a two pack and have a 4.6/5 star rating out of about 1,300 reviews on Amazon.

$14 AT AMAZON

11. Wayfair Modo Crystal Red Wine Glass

I have been loving the look and feel of these crystal wine glasses from Wayfair. If wine is your go-to happy hour beverage, you are probably a wine glass snob like me. These beautiful glasses come in a set of four and the shape works wonderfully to hold other cocktails as well. The glasses are dishwasher safe and you can even pick up the matching champagne flutes.

BUY IT ($60)

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