Step up your eco habits, housekeeping, and self-care routine with these nifty finds. Unwind at night with a mask that runs hot or cold to alleviate headaches, make dishwashing a little greener, and get your hands on a shower liner that isn’t a pain to clean (or recycle), finally! 
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Poke A Dot Organizer


Keep drawers, vanities, and craft stations tidy with what's essentially a mini pegboard container. It comes with eight dividers you can arrange horizontally, vertically, or diagonally to compartmentalize smaller possessions like cosmetics or art supplies. It's dishwasher-safe too. Makeup trays can get really icky really fast!

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Steam & Ice Eye Mask


Puffy eyes and tension headaches will be a thing of the past with this cushy mask that comes with two interchangeable sets of eye cups—microwave one to relieve issues like strain or dryness and refrigerate the other to perk up eyes or soothe sinuses. You can ditch the eye cups completely if you want to sleep with just the mask overnight.

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The Shower Liner System


Traditional liners often need frequent replacing due to mold and mildew, and they're not recyclable. With this system, you hang the cotton topper from the shower rings, and snap on the mildew-resistant plastic bottom, which lasts for about six months. The fabric section can be machine-washed, and the lower plastic part can be recycled or mailed back to the company. They'll send you a new liner via a subscription schedule.

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TROVA Go Portable Safe


Headed out of town? This aluminum safe is a little bigger than a smartphone and holds cash, jewelry, or earbuds for safekeeping. Lock and unlock it with your smartphone's fingerprint verification.

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Bottle and Cup


Consider this a two-for-one deal: A powder-coated, stainless steel "shell" contains an insulated bottle that houses a 12-ounce barista-approved cup. (Both come with lids.) The inner bottle and cup will keep drinks cold for 12 hours or hot for six. Plus, once you've run the bottle and cup ragged, you can send them back so the company can recycle them—and you'll get a discount for a new set.

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Wool Dish Drying Mat


A wool drying mat may make you scratch your head, but hear us out: Wool is naturally resistant to mold and mildew, and it's ultra-absorbent—it can hold up to 30 percent of its own weight in moisture. This one from Sonoma Wool Company is made here in the States and has no synthetic dyes or weird chemicals, making it safely biodegradable. Plus, you can clear off your countertop in a snap by folding it up and storing in a cabinet.