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Want to know what everyone's buying online? July seems to have been a month for home improvement and beauty buys, with affordable products like a £4 grout reviver, a £2.43 mascara and a fancy toilet brush being added to hundreds of shoppers' baskets. Read on to discover the other bestselling products that MailOnline readers were snapping up last month.
Whether your skin is dry or you suffer from keratosis pilaris, a great moisturiser such as CeraVe SA Smoothing Cream will hydrate and exfoliate the skin.
A mixture of lactic acid, salicylic acid and ten per cent urea, it smooths, hydrates, and softens rough, bumpy skin.
This vegan-friendly ETRONG Organic Castor Oil could be just what you need to ditch your mascara for good - and it costs under £6.
A hardworking and natural alternative to expensive eyebrow and eyelash growth serums, caster oil is high in fatty acids and vitamin E. It's ultimately a moisturiser, but thousands of shoppers claim it supports healthy hair growth.
This popular Rimmel London mascara boasts a plumping formula enriched with vitamin E that separates lashes while adding length, volume and curl, all while encouraging your lashes to grow. For the price, it's hard to beat.Shop
Thousands of shoppers are hailing the £6.98 Revitale Advanced Salicylic Acid & Sulphur Scrub Treatment Soap, a 'game changer' in the battle against bacne.
Not only does it fight blemishes and acne, but it also reduces pore size, smooths the skin and calms inflammation.
The ASOBEAGE Toilet Brush and Holder is made out of non-scratch silicone that makes it easy to clean, plus it won't harbour nasty smells.
An unlikely favourite, the toilet brush became a surprisingly popular buy after TV's Queen of Clean Lynsey Crombie shared the cleaning product on This Morning, hailing it as a must buy.
Colour maintenance can be one of the trickiest things to master at home, especially if you have blonde hair. But this Aussie Blonde Hydration Purple Shampoo set has received a big thumbs up from Amazon shoppers for its ability to knock brassy tones out of blonde, bleached, highlighted and silver hair quickly and effectively. And it's as affordable as it is effective, costing £10 for three products.Shop
If you struggle to fall asleep at night when a heatwave strikes, the Marchpower Cooling Blanket might be a worthwhile purchase.
The cooling blanket has received high praise from shoppers who say it keeps them at a 'comfortable temperature', aiding a better night's sleep.