Our experts reveal the very best products to buy

At woman&home we work hard to bring you the latest relevant news and innovations and to keep you abreast of any information that will make your life easier and better. In this section of woman&home you’ll find our in-depth reviews of household products, technology, fashion, beauty and food. We select product categories to review based on their likelihood of giving simple pleasure or improving your quality of life. Basically, if a product will help you look good, feel good and have fun then we’ll endeavour to test it and recommend the best buys.

Buyers Guides

Why are we producing buyers guides?

We appreciate that the choices these days can be overwhelming. Today you’re busier than ever before with little time to thoroughly research your purchases. Technology is constantly changing too, and with there being hundreds of options available for everything, including a simple pillow, it’s easy to become paralysed through the sheer volume of choice. We aim to come to the rescue with these expertly written buyers guides. Here you’ll find in-depth reviews that will enable you to buy with complete confidence, whether you want a new suitcase, hair dryer or eReader.

So what qualifies us as experts? Well, woman&home has been advising women what to buy since 1926. We have a history of working with world renowned experts and journalists, and have spent nearly 90 years getting to know our audience and what makes you tick. We don’t like to brag, but we’re exceptionally well attuned to what is important to grown-up women. And this is reflected in our carefully chosen panel of experts. A group of geeks, fitness fanatics, health experts, authors and journalists that are experts in their field and – most importantly – are passionate and knowledgable about the products they are reviewing. Who better to review eReaders than a novelist and devourer of stories? Who better to put suitcases to the test than a travel journalist who spends more time on a plane than at home? And can you think of anyone better placed to put activity trackers to the test than a fitness trainer that runs marathons for fun?