I have always said that you can't believe everything you read on the internet to be true. I base this on the fact that Al Gore invented the internet and I don't believe everything that Al Gore says. So when I get e-mails with amazing tips and stories I tend to be on the skeptical side. Sometimes, however, something will catch my attention and I will test it out.
I recently got a million times forwarded and reforwarded e-mail from my brother-in-law/friend (how cool that he can be both!). Anyhow this particular e-mail contained several useful tips for around the house. The one that really grabbed my eye though was the one about using hair conditioner as shaving gel.
Being as we always buy conditioner AND shampoo, but the shampoo runs out faster, we always have left over conditioner, and if we buy a different brand of shampoo or even the same brand but a different fragrance... goodness knows you can't mix and match the conditioner! So we have all this extra conditioner that is just building up in the shower.
The downstairs shower that is. Not the upstairs shower where I was when I decided to test out this helpful household tip. The only condition in the upstairs shower was a bottle of Head and Shoulders Conditioner bought by accident instead of the shampoo.
But it was conditioner none the less so I squirted a handful onto my palm and smeared it all over my leg. I scraped my razor up, down and around my legs. I even did my pits and panty line. And then for the test.
And now I can wear black without worrying about embarrassing flakes of dandruff showing up on my pants, shirts and panties!
So, this is proof that not all internet stories are false. Try some out, you really might be surprised! I know I was, and I absolutely love this particular shaving tip.
8 years ago