There's some stuff in life that you know you need, and then there's the stuff that you didn't know you needed, but you actually do. All this stuff is on the latter portion of that list, but hey, the more you know, right?
Before hearing about Masigi Pulling Oil, we'd actually tried the ancient art of oil pulling before with regular old coconut oil.
Oil pulling is basically you swooshing oil around in your mouth as a dental technique to remove toxins in your body. You're pulling all that harmful bacteria from your mouth, which is good for your body overall. It's also been shown to whiten teeth which, let's be real, is the reason we started doing it.
The downsides of oil pulling with coconut oil: it's kinda nasty to have to swish around straight coconut oil in your mouth. It's also super messy, because you have to get the melty oil from the jar into your mouth.
Masagi pulling oil eliminates the mess with one simple packet you can just squeeze right into your face hole. And, it actually taste good. We tried out the Fresh packet and were not disappointed in the name. It's also said to help improve concentration and soothe digestive problem. And we're not sure we can attest to those digestive problems, but when swishing the oil around, we did feel a little more focused on checking our e-mails.
Perhaps you're no new kid on the block where boxed water is concerned. But because you're so used to regular water, boxed water makes you say whaa?
But actually, plastic water bottles should make you say whaa. Because if you haven't heard it a million times before, let us just inform you again. Bottled water is HORRIBLE for the environment. So the people over at boxed water put it in a box. The paper is made from a renewable source, and get a cool hip water packaging that makes you less of a jerk.
Also, if you're one of those people that don't think water tastes, go get your taste buds examined. Boxed water actually tastes infinitely better than regular water. And it makes you a better person.
These are just flip flops, you say. Why are they on a list of unusual things, you say. We say - these are Showaflops, and they are not just usual flip flops.
If you've ever lived that communal shower life, you know it's the worst. Or gone in any type of shower that has to be shared, for that matter. You don't want your feet touching all the stuff everyone else's feet touch — why even take a shower at all? That's why you get shower shoes.
But then you're all slippy, and squeak and squelch on the way back to wherever it is you go to make it so you don't have to have your feet touch where everyone else's feet touch. With Showaflops, that's not going to happen to you. Your squelchiness has all been drained away by the time you finish drying off.
You poop. But you don't want other people to know that. For real, though, if you've really gotta go number two and you're at someone else's house, it's kind of an awful thought to know that you might be smelling up their house for the entirety of your stay. We're pretty sure we'd rather risk the digestive issues and not poop at all.
That's the problem that DooDoo Juice solves. Spray it in the toilet before you do your thing, and your poops will smell like citrus. Yeah, it actually works (we have it over here at Guff offices...thank God). It will make people think you're not even human and never go number two at all.
Each two ounce bottle has 100 uses in it. That's a lot of days, depending on how many times you go to the bathroom. You might even want to use it at your own house just so you don't stink the whole place up.
This thing is going to have you saying "scrub a dub dub" every single time you use it. And this thing is Bump It Off. One side has silicone bristles, and the other has smooth bumps. The whole thing has little slots for your fingers. And as you can tell from the picture, it can scrub carrots, cauliflower, dishes, and basically anything ever that you'd want to scrub.
Clean your makeup brushes with it, use it on your laundry for spot removal, and even groom your pets with it. It can also help lift all that pet fur off your furniture. We've run it over our keyboard to pick up the lint that always gets stuck in there, as well as cleaned dishes with it (again — we have it over here at Guff offices...thank God).