Bathroom

The Best Electric Toothbrush Oral-B Professional Deep Sweep 1000
To find the best electric toothbrush, we put in almost 100 total hours of research, evaluated every model on the market, and tested 10 toothbrushes in hundreds of trials. The Oral-B Professional Deep Sweep 1000 has all of the most important things experts recommend—a built-in 2-minute timer and access to one of the most extensive and affordable lines of replaceable toothbrush heads—for the lowest price.   Read More >
The Best Toilet Brush Lysol Bowl Brush
We spent more than 30 hours on research, scrubbed three toilets 48 different times, and compared notes with professional housekeepers to find the $6 Lysol Bowl Brush is the best toilet brush for most bathrooms. The caddy is the simplest to use, clean, and disinfect of any we tested, as well as the only caddy that allowed the brush bristles to dry out completely. Of course, it can also clean a toilet well.    Read More >
The Best Manual Razor for Most Faces Gillette’s Mach3 Sensitive
After 200 hours of research and testing, we found that the best razor is the Mach3 Sensitive Power. It shaves just as well as the latest razors but for a fraction of the price. It was also the overall favorite of the 10 men in our testing panel and recommended by half of the 30 professional barbers we asked.   Read More >
The Best Beard Trimmer Wahl 9854-600 Lithium Ion
After 40 hours of research, surveying more than 500 Wirecutter readers, and spending a week testing trimmers with two professional barbers, the $37 Wahl Lithium Ion All-in-One is the best beard trimmer for most people. Its 2-hour runtime is above average, plus it has the sharpest blades, most reliable guides, and the most power of any cordless tool we tested.   Read More >
The Best Facial Tissue Puffs Basic Facial Tissues
We spent nearly 40 hours researching and testing more than a dozen well-liked facial tissues to find the best for most people. Puffs Basic facial tissue aced all our tests, first with a panel of sniffly humans and then with $40,000 worth equipment in an engineering lab. They're the most absorbent and softest non-lotion tissues we tested. Plus, Puffs cost the least per tissue. But if you’re looking for a lotion tissue or one made from recycled materials (shudder…), we have other recommendations as well.   Read More >
The Best Bath Towel Pottery Barn Hydrocotton
After weighing, soaking, drying, and washing a dozen of the best bath towels, we recommend the $25 Pottery Barn's Hydrocotton. It offers a great balance of softness, absorbency, affordability, and durability, and is likely to last over five years with regular use. In our testing it absorbed five times its weight in water and dried almost completely in six hours—just as quickly as the thinnest, cheapest towels we tested.    Read More >
The Best Eyelash Curlers Shiseido Eyelash Curler
We spent 20 hours researching and testing eyelash curlers—both traditional and heated. The $19 Shiseido Eyelash Curler gave us the longest-lasting curls on various eye shapes and, unlike most other traditional curlers, wasn't pinchy. We also have a heated pick, which is twice the price but creates a smooth, swooping curl that lasted four hours — longer than any other curler we tested.   Read More >
The Best Shower Caddy OXO Good Grips 3 Tier Shower Caddy
If I were buying a shower caddy to keep my shampoos, soaps, and toiletries tidy and handy while bathing, then I would buy the OXO Good Grips 3 Tier Shower Caddy.   Read More >
The Body Lotions We’d Get CeraVe Renewing SA
We teamed up with a chemist, interviewed five top dermatologists, and tested with a 50-person panel to find that CeraVe SA lotion is what we'd recommend for most people. Compared against the others we tested, our panel liked it the most thanks to its thick texture (without being greasy) and absorption rate. It's also fragrance-free, so it won't irritate sensitive skin.   Read More >
The Best Nail Clippers for Home Grooming Muji Silver Nail Clippers
After consulting user reviews and professionals to narrow down the field of competition, we tested eight pairs of clippers and found that the Muji Silver Nail Clippers are the best for trimming both fingernails and toenails. For about $11, you get clippers with great build quality and sharp blades that will clip your nails cleanly without leaving annoying, jagged edges.    Read More >
The Best Fogless Shaving Mirror ToiletTree Fogless Shower Mirror
For shaving in the shower, I use the ToiletTree Fogless Shower Mirror. For $30, it makes the experience a pleasure. Its durability and true ability to remain fogless make it the best you can buy short of a contractor-installed heated mirror.    Read More >
The Best Shower Head Delta In2ition
Taking a shower should be a relaxing and rejuvenating experience and the key to that is a good shower head. After 50 hours of research and tests (that is, showers) by multiple editors and researchers on our team, the head we keep coming back to is the Delta In2ition.   Read More >
The Best Toilet Paper For Most Rumps White Cloud Ultra 3-Ply Bathroom Tissue
White Cloud 3-Ply Ultra Bathroom Tissue is the best toilet paper because it feels good, gets the job done, dissolves easily in water, and is cheap to boot. It's also the top scorer in both Consumer Reports and Good Housekeeping's rigorous head-to-head testing.   Read More >
The Best Tweezers Tweezerman Slant Tip
I use the Tweezerman Slant Tip to yank out my unibrow hairs. These tweezers cost about $20, are easy to grip, and have a blade sharp enough for precision work. Tweezerman will also resharpen the blades for as long as you own the tweezers. For special cases, we also have a recommendation for tweezers for removing splinters and ingrown hairs.    Read More >
The Best Electric Razor Braun Series 7 760cc
If I were buying an electric razor, I'd get the Braun Series 7 760cc.  After speaking with professional barbers, researching published reviews and literature for over 20 hours, and personally testing the finalists, we think it's the best you can buy and well worth the $175 price tag.   Read More >
The Best Bathroom Scales EatSmart Precision Digital
I’m going to be using the EatSmart Precision Digital scale for my daily weigh-ins. It’s accurate, easy to step onto, and lasts for years, all great features for a $30 device.   Read More >