The 10 Products T+L Readers Loved Most in January 2021

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It may be true that 2020 is finally behind us, but Travel + Leisure readers are still as outdoorsy as ever in 2021 — a face mask specifically meant for use during sports and time spent outdoors led the way this month in terms of units purchased. That said, COVID-19 safety and at-home comforts are also of high priority. From milk frothers for homemade lattes to moisturizing skincare and movie night necessities, last month’s most popular products among T+L readers offer an interesting view into how the modern travel-lover is spending time at home.

Related: The 10 most-loved products in December 2020


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Combining outdoor adventures with in-home comforts, T+L readers have also been booking Airbnbs, whether to quarantine in now or to enjoy sometime in the future. Nearly 450 bookings came from our list of the most romantic Airbnbs to rent, followed closely by 413 bookings from our list of amazing Airbnb Luxe rentals. Check out each list and find your own dream vacation rental.

Read on for a list of our readers’ most-loved products in January 2021.

Reusable Sports Face Mask

With its two one-way exhaust valves, this popular face mask allows for easy breathing while reducing heat and moisture, keeping you both dry and cool during all of your adventures.

To buy:, $9

Zulay Milk Frother

In a world where coffee shop lattes are a rarer occurrence in our lives than they may have been when more of us were commuting to offices, at-home lattes have become the norm. And while the tools may not rival those used in a professional setting, this best-selling milk frother totally does the trick.

To buy:, $20

TaoTronics Table Tough Sensor Lamp

This portable, dimmable sensor lamp is the ideal versatile light source for both indoor and outdoor occasions. Use it to read by in bed at night or take it with you on all your camping adventures.

To buy:, $40

Joseph Joseph Silicone Microwave Popcorn Popper

Every member of your household can get the popcorn concoction of their dreams every quarantine movie night with this silicone microwave popcorn popper. Gourmet popcorn at home just got even easier.

To buy:, $12 (originally $20)

RFID-blocking Travel Wallet

Protecting your personal information hasn’t become any less important, even with the shifts in the travel world. If you tend to keep your wallet in your back pocket, this RFID-blocking one is for you.

To buy:, $15

Physix Gear Compression Socks

Compression socks are both an at-home and a travel essential. Working from home as well as taking long plane, train, and car rides become much more comfortable and sustainable with these circulation-improving socks.

To buy:, $16 (originally $28)

Apple Brand Garde Rain & Stain Repellant

T+L readers are protecting their rain and snow gear for the season — and we advise doing the same to your most beautiful shoes and jackets year-round — with this spray-on stain repellant.

To buy:, $17

Double-sided Electric Heated Socks

Level-up your at-home coziness with these electric heated socks, which allow you to stay warm on chilly floors even if your hobbies, work, and chores keep you on the move.

To buy:, $39

Bloch Soft Stretch Face Mask

This double-layered face mask is comfortable, has thin elastic straps that don’t dig, and will last through months of wear and washing. It’s a T+L reader-favorite for a reason.

To buy:, $17 for pack of three

H2O Sea Salt Moisturizing Body Wash

This soothing body wash is a newly beloved product among T+L readers. And with its oceanside scent and the ability to subscribe and save on Amazon, it’s a no-brainer as to why.

To buy:, $14 (originally $18)

Kendall Cornish is an e-commerce editor at Travel + Leisure. She’s never lived anywhere longer than three years, but currently resides in Brooklyn with her cat and beloved Dyson vacuum. You can follow her on Instagram at @kendall.cornish.

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