Brands starting with L

LEGO Shop

LEGO Shop Famous for their unique brick design, variety and versatility when it comes to building things, LEGO has since expanded from its sandbox-style brick sets to creating massive (and very much collectible) 3D toy models of popular and iconic movies, and other LEGO-lized brand collaborations. - rate

LasVegas.com

LasVegas.com Whether it is flights, hotels or tickets for shows, LasVegas.com is a website where you can get the best travel and tour deals for everything Las Vegas, and also for other popular attractions nearby in Nevada. - rate

Last Pass

Last Pass Last Pass is a company whose sole purpose is to make the life of its user simpler. They are your safe vault where you can keep all your passwords, so you won’t ever forget about them, and they do this in a simple, intuitive and user-friendly manner. - rate

Lemonade

Lemonade Lemonade is the next generation of insurance companies whereby it is not only able to offer home and renter’s insurance at incredible prices; it has possibly the fastest insurance claim system with the current fastest record being 3 seconds to process a claim. Plus, Lemonade gives up to 40% of any unclaimed cash back to nonprofits that matter to you. - rate

LetsGetChecked

LetsGetChecked LetsGetChecked makes health screening and tests more accessible to the public by selling various test kits that can detect a host of diseases, mineral or vitamin deficiencies, hormone imbalances, etc to consumers. They will also be able to check their test results online and consult with a team of doctors and nurses, if needed. - rate

Life Extension

Life Extension Established around 35 years ago, Life Extension is a pretty well-renowned brand of vitamins and supplements. It produces its own range of supplements from vitamin D3 to a DNA protection formula that promotes healthy aging, in addition to skin and personal care items, tea, pro and prebiotics, pet care, and others. - rate

LightInTheBox

LightInTheBox LightInTheBox is one of the newer online retailers based in China, but its stock is really impressive. Unlike most China-based online shopping companies like AliExpress or DHgate, which enable sellers to create their own online store within their websites, LightInTheBox sells and ships directly to its customer base with no middlemen. - rate

LinkedIn Learning

LinkedIn Learning Since acquiring Lynda.com in 2015, LinkedIn has worked hard to create LinkedIn Learning, which aims to further the mission of helping professionals be better at what they do by providing thousands of courses that professionals can use to enrich themselves and potentially opening up more economic opportunities. - rate

Liquid Web

Liquid Web Liquid Web is a reliable web-hosting service that has been powering content, commerce and applications since 1997. Aside from managed hosting and services, they also provide custom solutions for every possible client and set up custom-built server clusters for every need. - rate

Lonely Planet

Lonely Planet As one of the world’s largest travel guide book publisher, Lonely Planet has provided crucial travel tips and information about foreign countries and culture to travelers worldwide for decades. In addition to books and guides, the company even produces its own range of travel apps. - rate

Lookfantastic

Lookfantastic Lookfantastic is a beauty products retailer that’s been at the very top of the ladder for a very long time due to their incredible product variety and quality. Lookfantastic not only has a portfolio of over 600 brands, they also deliver to over 200 different countries so you’ll be able to purchase the products you want to regardless of where you want them delivered. - rate

LovelyWholesale

LovelyWholesale LovelyWholeSale.com is more than just an e-commerce website. It is a global online selling boutique, shipping to nearly all continents from North America up to Oceania where you can find trendy and fashionable outfits that you can wear all year round! - rate

Featured Brands

Yelp for Business Owners Yelp for Business Owners Yelp is one of the most renowned review sites for businesses, be it a restaurant, plumbing services, or a hotel. After the massive overhaul it made to remove fake reviews and bots, Yelp is slowly regaining the trust of its users, allowing them to make use of reviews posted by others to make critical purchasing decisions. Barnes & Noble Barnes & Noble Barnes & Noble is the largest bookselling company in the United States. With over 750 retail stores across all 50 states, this company sells a variety of digital media, toys and educational products, gifts, reading aids, art supplies, and more, in addition to a myriad of books. iStock Photo iStock Photo Owned and managed by Getty Images, iStock Photo is among the world’s best source of quality stock content, be it photos, illustrations, videos or audio, at affordable prices. Walgreens Walgreens Walgreens is a company that primarily stocks and sells pharmaceutical items, ranging from supplements to prescription refills, but also other goods such as contact lenses, personal care products, cosmetics, fitness items, and more. They have brick-and-mortar shops that you can visit and an online store that offers free shipping. PatPat PatPat Established by InterFocus Inc, PatPat is set up with the sole intent of providing quality mom and baby goods at affordable prices. And how they do that? They use the Manufacturer to Consumer model (M2C) – They cut out the middlemen and let you order your products directly from the manufacturers. Mattel Mattel Mattel is one of the biggest brands and companies when it comes to popular children’s toys. They own multiple IPs including the iconic brands, Barbie and Hot Wheels. Aside from their own range of toys, they also work with other huge entertainment companies like Disney and DC Comics.

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