The 7 products Yahoo Australia readers went wild for in June

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These are the products Yahoo Australia readers have been loving in June. Photo: Yahoo
These are the products Yahoo Australia readers have been loving in June. Photo: Yahoo

We’ve been working hard to bring you the best cult buys, sales and must-have items from around Australia, and here, we've rounded up the products that you, our Yahoo readers, have loved the most this month.

Emma Sleep mattress

Mattresses in a box are a recent phenomenon that are seriously disrupting the market because of their extremely competitive price.

They’re so much cheaper because they don’t use showrooms, and the money saved on rent and salespeople - as well as shipping, which is much more cost effective when a large mattress can be compressed into a relatively small box - is passed on to the customer.

There’s a legion on brands offering quality mattresses in a box in Australia, but Yahoo shoppers have been taking advantage of the massive 50 percent off sale Emma Sleep has been running this month.

The discounted price brings a Queen mattress down to just $549 and a King to $599, and although you can’t try before you buy, customers have three months to return the mattress for a full refund if it’s not to their liking.

Plus, Yahoo readers can get an additional 5 percent discount (bringing the total to 55 percent off) using the discount code Yahoo5.

Emma Sleep foam mattress
Emma Sleep's three-layered foam mattress is made in Germany and has won awards overseas. Photo: Emma Sleep

5 Second Chopper

This little beauty from Tefal is how you say goodbye to teary onion eyes forever.

It’s a hand-powered chopper that does a great job at dicing onions and other veggies. Much more compact than a food processor and easier to clean, it’s great to pull out when preparing your everyday meals.

Plus, it’s currently on sale, down to $47 from $80.

5 second chopper
Save your tears with this nifty little gadget. Photo: Amazon Australia


Yahoo readers have been rugging up from the cold with a cosy Oodie

The wearable blankets have gone viral on TikTok, and now that millions of Aussies have found themselves in lockdown again, Oodies have become the unofficial stay at home uniform.

A number of designs have a $25 discount at the moment, bringing the price down to $84.

woman wearing an Oodie
Nothing is more cosy than an Oodie on a chilly winter's day. Photo: Oodie
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Calming Blanket

Weighted blankets are another popular trend that our readers have been getting into

The idea is based on research that shows the extra weight sewn into these blankets can have a calming effect on your nervous system and even aid in reducing insomnia when used overnight.

Fans of the blanket say it’s like being wrapped in a hug or swaddled like a newborn.

While they can be a little costly, Calming Blankets Australia has a sale our readers have been taking advantage of, with its Adult Blanket down to $189 from $299.

grey Weighted blanket
Weighted blankets are becoming super popular for reducing stress. Photo: Calming Blankets Australia


Reiss dress

This gorgeous dress from Reiss has been a big hit since Carrie Bickmore wore it on The Project.

Fans of the show went wild for it and so did our readers, and it’s not hard to understand why with its flattering shape and colour.

The $475 frock is super easy to dress up or down depending on the occasion and it's also available as a top, but they're selling out fast. 

model wearing blue Reiss dress
This Reiss dress is selling out after Carrie Bickmore wore it on The Project. Photo: Reiss

Face Defuzzer

A bizarre beauty tool that went viral during the 2020 Covid lockdowns has had another surge in popularity.

This $10 Face Defuzzer from Revlon is used for dermaplaning, which is when you remove the dead skin cells and ‘peach fuzz’ from your face using a very fine blade. The result is beautifully exfoliated and smooth skin.

To make things even better, this defuzzer is on sale for $6.50 on Amazon Australia at the moment.

two face defuzzers from revlon
These face defuzzers have been super popular during lockdown. Photo: Revlon

The Pink Stuff

This TikTok-famous cleaner is a favourite of cleanfluencer Mrs Hinch, and also of our Yahoo readers.

It’s a small tub of paste that you can use to clean just about anything in your house, from the inside of your oven to your shower. I even used it to polish my engagement ring and scrub down the old chandeliers at my place.

At just $6 a tub, it’s not hard to see why it’s been so popular.

The Pink Stuff Paste
The Pink Stuff has become a hit on TikTok. Photo: Amazon Australia

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