If you are a freebie master and haven't paid for a razor or shaving cream for years - you might not need this tip!
But if not, here is how to make your razor last longer. Simply pour a little bit of baby oil on the blades before you shave.
You can also shave with baby oil, rather than using shaving cream, for a smoother (and closer) shave!
I like to put some baby oil on my legs after I shave, for a smoother, more comfortable feel.
~ Idea and photo from: budgetsavvydiva.com ~
Buy Johnson's Baby Oil with Shea and Cocoa
Marcia Waltman posted: I do this but I keep the razor in a small dish of oil, I use olive oil, blade stays perfect and legs are super smooth
Salena Roper posted: Well I never heard it before, so it's new news to me. Is there unscented baby oil? The scent gives me headaches.
Denise Jacot Goveia posted: Another great use for Olive Oil!! Great idea, I'm going to try this one!
Joanne Moore posted: I use cheap conditioners
Barbara Halk posted: I use hair cream rinse, while I take a bath and wash my hair, I use a little cream rinse on my legs to shave, after I dry my legs are so soft and smooth
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