Lisa’s Best-Selling Amazon Finds: Part 1!
9. Yu-Be Foaming Skin PolishIt’s Lisa's go-to face cleanser! With rice bran, ginger, and green tea, it sounds good enough to eat. (Warning: Do NOT eat it.) The fine grains gently exfoliate and cleanse at the same time, leaving your skin super soft. Lisa’s been using it for years! The Foaming Skin Polish is her top pick, but check out the entire Yu-Be lineup.
8. Cuisinart Advantage Color Collection 12-Piece Knife SetEvery kitchen needs a good group of sharp and durable knives... bonus points if they’re super colorful like this cheerful set! And isn't food prep just more fun when you're using a big purple knife? We've had our set for ages. You get an assortment of six knives with matching safety sheaths. Not bad for less than $20!
7. Prepworks by Progressive Ultimate 19-Piece Measuring Cup and Spoon SetWe're not exaggerating when we say this multicolor cup & spoon set has practically every measurement you might need. The cups go from 1/8 cup to 2 cups, and the spoons start as small as -- no joke -- 1/32nd of a teaspoon! It's kind of amazing. And you get all 19 pieces for less than ten dollars. What a deal!
6. Lodge 10.5-Inch Cast Iron Grill PanRounding out the back half of the top 10 is this classic grill pan. Lodge is a more-than-trusted name when it comes to long-lasting cast-iron cookware, and this baby will have you covered for years to come. The pan comes seasoned and ready to serve up the seared grill marks your proteins and veggies need. Hey, outdoor grilling season can't last forever!
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