Here's what In The Know readers bought in February

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We think our readers are pretty cool, so naturally, we’re interested in what they’re buying online. In The Know Receipts is here to break down all of the top products that our readers purchased over the last month from beauty essentials to home gadgets.

This month our readers were obsessed with high-quality beauty products and kitchen staples that won’t break the bank (and who could blame them?). From a retinol serum that people call a “miracle” product to a super affordable cast iron skillet, keep reading to find out what is worth adding to your online shopping cart today.

Maxsoft Hair Scalp Massager

This scalp massager has incredible reviews (over 4,000 positive ones to be exact) and we really get the hype. At just $8, this silicone brush can help to stimulate blood flow and get rid of product buildup fast.

Shop: Maxsoft Hair Scalp Massager, $7.98

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PURA D’OR Organic Rosehip Seed Oil

Keep your face hydrated and plump with this rosehip seed oil. This oil’s product description says that it “can help improve skin texture & even reduce the appearance of acne scars or stretch marks.” Plus, it comes in a pump bottle so you don’t have to deal with messy droppers.

Shop: PURA D’OR Organic Rosehip Seed Oil, $12.99

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PURA D’OR Original Gold Label Anti-Thinning Shampoo

From the same brand that brought us the rosehip oil comes this bestselling shampoo! Designed to help stop hair from thinning and to promote growth of strong, thick hair, this shampoo might cost more than your typical drugstore pick, but the reviews say it’s worth every penny.

Shop: PURA D’OR Original Gold Label Anti-Thinning Shampoo, $29.99 (Orig. $39)

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Tree of Life Retinol Serum

This top-rated retinol targets fine lines, age spots and dry skin to help you get your best skin yet. Retinol helps to “accelerate skin renewal” so you can have that glowy look naturally — just be sure to moisturize after using!

Shop: Tree of Life Retinol Serum, $10.95

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Lodge Cast Iron Skillet

Professional and novice chefs alike will love this 10.25-inch seasoned cast iron skillet. According to its product description, “Lodge seasons its cookware with 100% vegetable oil; no synthetic coatings or chemicals.” And at less than $20, why not bring home this classic kitchen staple?

Shop: Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, $14.88 (Orig. $26.68)

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Cuisinart Stainless Steel Chop

Another kitchen staple that ITK readers are currently loving is the Cuisinart Stainless Steel Chopper. This chopper (that is currently on sale!) makes cutting through produce insanely simple. It’s also dishwasher safe and has earned itself an “Amazon’s Choice” badge.

Shop: Cuisinart Stainless Steel Chopper, $12.99 (Orig. $40)

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Cosmedica Skincare Hyaluronic Acid Serum

With over 13,000 reviews, this hyaluronic acid serum is what dry winter skin needs! This serum can be used any time of day to help decrease the look of fine lines and to moisturize dry skin. One happy reviewer has urged everyone to “Do yourself a favor and buy this.”

Shop: Cosmedica Skincare Hyaluronic Acid Serum, $10.95

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