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A Cheaper Way To Shave Your Legs By Using Hair Conditioner...



Use your hair conditioner to shave your legs. It's cheaper than shaving cream and leaves your legs really smooth. It's also a great way to use up the conditioner you bought but didn't like when you tried it in your hair.

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  • sounds like a winner - by KATYBUG48

  • What a great idea. I've got 2 bottles of conditioner I dislike. Will start doing that and stop using body wash as a sub. - by ZOOBYNATION
  • I tried this after I read this the first time, not sure why I didn't like it at the time. Haha, but my legs are SOO much smoother now that I use conditioner. I have conditioner I want to get rid of, but from now on I think I'll buy cheap conditioner instead of shaving cream. I think it works better than shaving cream. - by BBORDEN86
  • I've done was sort of by accident tho. I had some conditioner I didn't like so much for my hair and was in the shower one day and thought I'd give it a try on the ole legs & pits. worked great & I felt so clever! Plus it's alot cheaper than some of those shaving gels for women. emoticon - by 3016DEBRA
    I do this!!! Great way to get rid of the conditioners for sure. :) - by IMBRENDAB
  • I read about doing this years ago and my legs are so soft and smooth now. I love it! Plus it got rid of all the conditioners I had bought and didn't like, but couldn't bring myself to throw away. emoticon - by AMBELOTE1
  • And here I sell Avon! Now why didn't I think of that!!! Thanks for the tip! - by AVONLADY3883
    I do that do and also the conditioner when you put on wet skin is also a great way to keep your skin soft and by this you are also saving money - by ARMYMOM46

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