15 TikTok products that went viral in April

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Let’s be real: You’ve totally been victim to a TikTok-made-me-buy-it scenario. Users on the platform are just too good at finding TikTok products you never knew you needed. It’s a blessing and a straight-up curse.

In April alone, TikTok users discovered an alarm clock that brews your morning coffee, a rainbow candle that burns in a fantastically weird spiral and a firework lightbulb. That’s not to mention the 20-person tent that is basically a castle in the wilderness.

Check out (and get ready to drop some cash on) the top viral products from April 2021. Just blame that dang credit card statement on TikTok.

1. This 20-person tent that more than 8.7 million users like

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This massive tent is what your next outdoor getaway is missing. It recently went viral after TikTok user @arianalee99 posted a video of her and her friends setting up the fabric palace. In the video, she says there were “so many pieces,” adding that the setup took two hours. But looking at the result, it seems beyond worth it — and TikTok users seem to agree. The video has more than 36 million views and 8.7 million likes.

2. A foot peeling mask that is grossly effective

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You’ve seen feet peeling masks everywhere on the internet — and social distancing is the perfect time to take the plunge. A video of the strangely satisfying product posted on TikTok has more than 1.6 million likes.

3. This coffee alarm clock that makes you a fresh cup of java in the morning

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Love to wake up to a morning cup of coffee? This alarm clock makes your your perfect cup as a gentle nudge to roll out of bed. A video of the genius machine has more than 1.8 million likes on TikTok.

4. A rainbow candle that burns in a spiral — and wastes no wax

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This super-neat rainbow candle burns in a spiral, swirling colorful wax into the center that can then be lit like a traditional candle. A recently-posted video of the rainbow candle has more than 3 million likes on TikTok.

5. This nifty bluetooth device that projects a keyboard on any surface

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Bring a keyboard with you anywhere with this bluetooth LED device that projects a typing surface anywhere. A TikTok video featuring the high-tech product has more than 1.4 likes on the platform.

6. These super-aesthetic (and giant) patterned picnic blankets from Target

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This $20 picnic blanket fits up to four people and comes with handles for easy carrying. Plus, it’s even cute to boot. A video featuring the super cute blankets has more than 1.1 million views on TikTok.

7. A multi-compartment dispenser for all your cereal, grains, beans and dry snacks

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Need a super-aesthetic way to store your favorite snacks? With five small dispensers and one large compartment, this TikTok find is the ultimate snack machine. A video of the six-compartment dispenser has more than 920,000 views on the platform.

8. The perfect space-saving desk that is height adjustable — with two levels

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This two-level desk has a ton of space for your work, but is also slim for saving space in your room. A video showing just how cool this desk is has more than 2.4 million views on TikTok.

9. A tool that cuts tight, hair-snagging elastics with ease

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In perhaps is the most genius invention ever, this nifty tool cuts tiny elastics out of your hair to prevent ripping your hair out. Come on, you’ve been there. The tool you didn’t know you needed has more than 7.2 million views and 897,000 likes on TikTok.

10. This super creepy prank bath mat that turns red when water touches it

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This, um, questionable TikTok product find is actually a prank for someone you either really love or really hate. When stepped on after a shower, this bath mat turns blood red when hit with water. The blood-chilling bath mat has more than 4.1 million views and 661,000 likes on TikTok.

11. A creamy lip liner pack that costs next to nothing

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This 54-piece lip liner pack from Amazon recently went viral after a beauty lover posted their adoration for the cheap find. At less than 50 cents per liner, it’s a steal. A video highlighting the ultimate lip liner pack has more than 1.8 million views and 309,000 views on TikTok. You can also find the liners on Nabi’s site.

12. This genius invention that keeps kids from squeezing juice and snack pouches everywhere

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This is one parenting invention you didn’t know your needed. The simple contraption keeps kids from squeezing their snack pouches or juice literally everywhere. A video of the parenting product has more than 13.7 million views and 732,000 likes on TikTok.

13. This levitating moon light that is just vibes

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This out-of-this-world light is pretty darn mesmerizing. A video featuring the levitating light has more than 4.7 million views and 759,000 likes on TikTok

14. This light-up digital wall clock that is modern and plain useful

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These LED digital clocks are absolutely everywhere on TikTok — and it’s all for the decor aesthetic. A video featuring the sleek clock has more than 2.5 million views and 460,000 likes on TikTok.

15. A firework light bulb that will make you take the shades off all your lamps

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Forget lamp shades. Buy these viral firework bulbs instead. A video of the gorgeous product has more than 1.6 million likes on TikTok.

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