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"Just stand on board and twist" your way to a stronger core, say the makers of the Simply Fit Board.
"Have sweet and wrinkle-free dreams" — That's what the makers say this beauty pillow can do for your sleep routine.
The FasciaBlaster is a uniquely-shaped tool that you roll over your body to reduce the appearance of cellulite.
These "pillow" inserts claim to ease that tingly ball-of-foot pain that sets in after a few hours in high heels.
This shake supposedly tastes like chocolate ice cream and can "elevate your brain's potential."
This "smart" mirror that can analyze your skin and tell you what products can make you look better.
The IntelliRoll is a foam roller with unique contours designed to reach parts of your body that traditional foam rollers can't hit, supporting your spine while also massaging your muscles.
A six-pack from wearing a device that shakes you while you sit on your sofa?
This hair tool allows you to trim damaged split ends in minutes in the comfort of your own bathroom.
These pillowcases and sheets have silver fibers that the makers say will prevent the growth of unwanted bacteria.
Skip the spa and use this skin tool to get a DIY facial in the comfort of your own home.
This add-on camera for your smartphone can see beneath the surface of your skin and tell you about potential problems.
This skincare device uses electricity to send vibrations through your skin to rejuvenate it. The ZIIP website says it will "open eyes, sculpt your jawline, and define your cheekbone." There's also an app you can use to customize what you want to do to your skin.
This at-home wrinkle treatment uses hyaluronic acid to fill your winkles, a process that goes deeper into your skin than traditional face creams.
Margaret Morse and Liam McClintock are two Yale students who teamed up with professors and advisors to concoct their hangover prevention drink, SunUp.
Think of this one as a wash cloth that works like a magic eraser for makeup.
Fix your posture with this device that you stick to your back. Every time you slouch, it vibrates to remind you to sit up straight.
Think of this one as a high-tech sleep mask — one that infuses the sights and sounds of sunsets and sunrises to help you get a better night's sleep.