Byrdie readers will know that we're big fans of Amazon for unusual beauty finds and everyday items that we need fast. And thanks to the site's consumers reviews, you can easily see which products are firm favourites. The best-selling products have hundreds—if not thousands—of reviews left by happy customers. Below, you'll find the top 10 best-selling products on Amazon right now. It's little surprise, given that it's summer, that body products make up almost a third of the list, but there is also a vitamin C serum and some pretty odd-looking nail clips.
I have been a fan of this spray-on dry body oil for as long as I can remember. I'm not big into body lotion, as I find it a faff, but with this, you can mist and go in a matter of moments. It also contains citronellol, which has earned it cult status as an effective (but not smelly) mosquito repellant.
This all-natural serum contains vitamin C to brighten and even the skin tone. It also contains hyaluronic acid to hydrate and plump.
This emollient-rich lotion contains finely milled oats to soothe dry and sensitive skin. A great drugstore buy.
Right now on Amazon, this pack of two makeup sponges is less than £7. These are designed to be used with liquid foundation. The rounded side is for the whole face, while the flat edge can be used around the eyes and nose. The tip of the sponge targets blemishes and imperfections.
This inky mascara coats and darkens lashes without clumping. The shorter bristles target even the smallest lashes, while the longer bristles volumise and define.
This sulfate- and paraben-free duo contains caffeine to stimulate growth. The shampoo also contains biotin to strengthen hair while natural DHT blockers work to prevent hair loss. A lot of reviewers comment on how amazing it makes their hair smell and look.
So this might not the most exciting product, but if you have a habit of peeling off your shellac, then having a bottle of this in your bathroom cabinet might not be a bad idea.
Charcoal is known for its ability to attract toxins and dirt, so when used on the teeth, it can make for a gentle yet effective stain remover. Great for coffee and red wine drinkers.
Using tin foil to wrap your nails when removing gel nails can be fiddly. Instead, take some cotton wool soaked in acetone and apply these clips. They are a easier alternative.