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Right now especially you might be trying to limit your time outside and around others — only going out for essentials and not making too many trips to get everything you need for the week.
If you feel like you’re always forgetting to check off that one thing on your to-do list, you could go for a subscription services for household essentials that’ll get your monthly must-haves to you on time, without much effort on your end.
The editors at HuffPost Finds wanted to find the, er, essential subscription services for essentials — from those that’ll send you new razor blades when yours go dull to ones for automatic deliveries of wine and coffee. We even found subscriptions for new underwear when your drawer’s running low and others that’ll mail you new makeup to try out.
Now, you can just sit back, relax and wait for that recurring shipment to arrive.
The Best Grocery Subscription Services Of 2020
Whether you’re planning on making a lasagna or trying out this peach pound cake recipe from The New York Times, you can spend more time cooking and less time figuring out your shopping list with these grocery subscription services.
These online grocery subscription services will deliver everything you like to have on hand, from your preferred almond butter to asparagus you’ve been wanting to grill. Leave your apron on and wait for those ingredients to come to you.
The Best Meal Kit Subscription Services Of 2020
We get it: There are times when you just can’t think of what to eat for dinner. Other times, after a long day of work, you just can’t decide what takeout to get.
Instead, you might try out a meal kit that’ll send you meals that don’t take lots of time to cook and plate, like Daily Harvest, which we tried out for ourselves twice — very recently and also in March. Don’t worry if you’re basically a Top Chef — there are meal kit subscriptions that have different levels of difficulty, including Home Chef (which our editors tested, too).
The Best Coffee Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
Whether you’re a decaf drinker or a latte lover, you might perk up at this: There are lots of monthly coffee subscription services that’ll send over your next cup.
If you’ve been missing your morning coffee from your favorite cafe, we’ve got a guide to everything you need to make a latte at home, alternative drinks to that whipped coffee everyone tried out and an editor-approved espresso machine that was a definite splurge.
The Best Wine Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
While you could have gotten your drinks delivered through an alcohol delivery service already like Drizly or Saucey, you might be hoping to have a wine tasting on your own at home or be searching for a wine that your local liquor store doesn’t carry.
The Best Vitamins Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
Whether you’ve been working out every day or not even close to getting your necessary daily dose of sun (remember to put on sunscreen, though), you could get subscription service that’ll send over a supply of supplements or variety of vitamins every month.
Luckily, we found vitamin subscription services that can be tailored to you. There’s Ritual, which sends multivitamins that are meant for two (looking at you, couples) and Care/of, which you take a quiz for to get recommendations for vitamins.
The Best Dog And Cat Food Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
Your pet is probably always a good boy or girl — so you might run out of their favorite bone-shaped bites and tuna treats quickly.
But you don’t have to wait for the barking and meowing to begin to remind you to stock up. There are pet food subscription services that’ll deliver almost anything your dog or cat needs.
We’ve even got a guide to online pet supply stores, too.
The Best Household Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
It’s the day of the week you probably dread the most (no, we’re not talking about Monday): cleaning day, when you have to dust everything and finish folding your laundry.
If you’re hoping to have your household supplies always arrive in time for the days when you’re tidying up, you might check out subscription cleaning supplies brands like Grove Collaborative and Blueland. Or maybe you can just click “Subscribe & Save” at Amazon for a product that you use up fast.
The Best Toothbrush Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
You should be switching out your toothbrush every three to four months, according to the American Dental Association.
But if you need a reminder to replace your brush or want to try a new toothpaste flavor, you could go for a toothbrush subscription service that’ll send you all the oral care worth caring about.
From Quip, which we have reviews on the brand’s cult-favorite electric toothbrush and refillable floss, to Boka, which has fluoride-free toothpaste, you can get brushing with these monthly toothbrush subscription services.
The Best Razors Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
Of course, we couldn’t forget about hair removal products for when you just can’t wait for an appointment at a salon. There are all kinds of shaving and waxing products at places like Flamingo and Bliss. Oui the People has gold razors, too.
The Best Makeup And Beauty Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
If you’ve been missing going to Sephora IRL and sampling all the beauty on the shelves, there are makeup and beauty subscription services that’ll send you products every month.
There are places like Dermstore, which has its own monthly BeautyFIX box and a “subscribe” feature on lots of its products (which will get you a discount on the order). Or you can get your own customized shampoo and conditioner with Function of Beauty.
The Best Clothing Monthly Subscription Services Of 2020
Sometimes, your closet can feel claustrophobic — stuffed with things that just aren’t your style anymore or items that just weren’t worth it.
After you clear out anything you don’t want anymore through thredUP’s Clean Out service, you could upgrade to a clothing subscription service that’ll let you either rent out clothes, like Rent The Runway’s designer duds, or one that’ll send over pieces picked out by a stylist, like the Nordstrom Trunk Club.