You Don’t Wanna Miss These 29 Promo Codes If You Love a Bargain

Amazon makes it so easy for all of us to find amazing bargains and purchase items, even 50% off. Whether you need something for your kid, your beauty regimen, or your household, we have you covered. Keep scrolling to discover the 29 products that currently have promo codes.

Health and household

Vitamins for hair growth

15% promo code: 15YM1UIY (valid April 8 through May 2)

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Pure Himalayan organic resin for immune support

50% promo code: 505K3R9Q (valid April 8 through May 2)

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A set of shower steamers

50% promo code: 50RQ5NDP (valid April 8 through May 5)

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Guava skin toner face sheets

50% promo code: 509JEZXV (valid April 21 through April 29)

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Sandalwood beard oil

10% promo code: 10GYALIVE102 (valid April 15 through April 16)

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Argan oil for hair growth

10% promo code: 10GYALIVE102 (valid April 15 through April 16)

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Beauty and grooming

Professional hair dryer

50% promo code: 506RX57Y (valid April 8 through April 15)

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Natural exfoliating loofah scrubber

50% promo code: 50U4IUP1 (valid April 8 through April 23)

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Hair crimper for creating wavy hairstyles

50% promo code: 5043CP9S (valid April 9 through April 15)

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Tattoo aftercare balm

50% promo code: 50CA1Q12 (valid April 26 through May 3)

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Kitchen and dining

Heated portable lunch box

48% promo code: 48NOJV62 (valid April 9 through April 19)

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Spoon rest with drip pad for multiple utensils

50% promo codes: 50MOVG21 (valid April 9 through April 30)

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Blender for shakes and smoothies

50% promo code: 50LN1OW5 (valid April 9 through April 30)

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Cast aluminum Dutch oven

45% promo code: 45KOLLEL (valid April 9 through April 22)

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Touchless kitchen faucet

10% promo code: 10I8DPNE (valid April 9 through May 8)

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Glass tumbler with lid and straw

40% promo code: 40FH9XBO (valid April 9 through April 15)

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Stove gap covers

40% promo code: 40TKLAG5 (valid April 9 through May 8)

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Water dispenser for 5-gallon bottle

50% promo code: 50MHGRKI (valid April 9 through April 16)

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Baby and nursery

Baby teether toy

50% promo code: 50DEM8W8 (valid April 16 through April 20)

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Baby proofing drawer locks

50% promo code: 509ZAW8X (valid April 12 through April 16)

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Indoor and outdoor retractable baby gate

50% promo code: 50AA7DL4 (valid April 12 through April 16)

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Home improvement

Candle warmer lamp with timer

40% promo code: 40M76UE6 (valid April 9 through April 15)

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Wooden pegboard for organizing items

50% promo code: 50B25Q8V (valid April 8 through April 30)

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Under cabinet lights with motion sensor

50% promo code: 503BYJWA (valid April 8 through April 14)

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Galaxy LED projector

50% promo code: 50GTK8P6 (valid April 9 through April 16)

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Flameless candle with remote control

40% promo code: 40TT53K4 (valid April 8 through April 14)

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Shower razor holder

50% promo code: 50XDZ883 (valid April 9 through April 15)

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Waterproof solar garden lights

20% promo code: 20GN9KJ9 (valid April 8 through April 16)

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Car rim repair pens for scratches

50% promo code: 50ZPFDOO (valid April 8 through April 30)

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People laugh and criticize mom after she reveals how she makes 7-year-old clean and teaches him how to cook

How we choose to raise our children and the lessons we decide to ingrain in them from an early age differs from parent to parent.

It’s only natural, of course. Some mothers and fathers take a more disciplined approach, for example, while others prefer to let their kids go through a try and fail cycle so that they can learn right and wrong through their own experiences.

Now, for the most part, how one chooses to style their son or daughter’s upbringing is their business, no one else’s. Yet that doesn’t stop people commenting and criticizing online every time a debate is sparked over some parental decision or another…

I remember when I was younger, doing chores was considered part and parcel of everyday life. I mean for me and my siblings, of course, not only my mother.

Doing dishes, making beds, helping to prepare food before mealtimes… the list goes on and on.

I understand times change, but in my mind getting children to help out with tasks around the house – providing there’s no danger involved – is a great way to instill values and a worth ethic that will come in handy later on.

It seems, though, that not everyone agrees. According to reports, one mother found this out the hard way a few years back after she uploaded pictures of her son and shared her method of giving him chores to do with the internet.

The mom in question, 22-year-old Nikkole Paulun, reportedly explained how she proudly put her 7-year-old son, Lyle, to work around the house, where he would help out with things like cooking and cleaning.

Nothing too dramatic, I’m sure we can all agree, but that didn’t stop online detractors from verbally attacking her and expressing concern over the potential impact on the child’s emotional well-being.

The bulk of the critics targeted the fact that the mother had shared her son’s chores online, not only potentially making other parents question themselves, but also flagging the idea that the child might not want to have his daily activities shared with a large number of strangers online.

One woman went as far as to write in the comments that Nikkole couldn’t just let her child “be your slave. Or to do the chores that you yourself don’t want to do.”

Another wrote: “So I take it you can do everything ur teaching ur son to do or are you just putting pressure on ur child?”

A third added: “Don’t get me wrong… a child should know responsibility. .. but should not be operating a stove that young.

A fourth wrote: “Lazy mother’s are sweeping the country. It’s good to teach them while they’re young but i notice alot of these single mom’s are just raising their boy’s to be the man that they wish they always had.

There were many who defended Nikkole in the comments, too, with her post gaining viral status after it garnered over 8,000 comments and 156,000 interactions on Facebook.

Nikkole herself insisted that she enjoys doing housework and that her son Lyle “just helps along the way & earns allowance as well.

What’s more, she added that her then-one-year-old daughter, Ellie, would be following in her elder siblings steps and doing the same thing when she was a little older.

What do you think to Nikkole’s parenting approach and the criticism she got for it? Let us know your thoughts in the comments box.

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