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Brilliant Beauty Uses for Common Household Items

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Being resourceful means that you take advantage fully with given uses of a certain product or of time. Rationally, there are many things which can add up their other brilliant uses out of common household items but in contrary to this particular notion, we do not know or don’t actually get advantage from stuff we already have in our linen closets, our kitchens, or our bathrooms.

However, our experts have carefully gathered a list of brilliant beauty uses for common household products in order to guide as how you can make most of these household items in more detailed valuable manner.


Cornstarch could be uses a great natural dry shampoo. Its inner ingredients soak sebum making your roots cleaner than ever.

Banana Peels:

Banana peels are best for your teeth. Making teeth brighter. Just rub inside of banana peels on top and bottom of your teeth for only 10 minutes for great results.


The rough strip of a matchbook could be used as nail file.

Cold-Pressed Avocado Oil:

Cold-Pressed Avocado Oil is a great alternative for any expensive cleanser. This oil certainly helps hydrating dry patches on your face and body giving you smooth and lovely feeling.

Dryer Sheets:

Dryer sheets naturally eliminate static from your hair and can eradicate soap and shampoo build-up in your tub as well.


Use coffee to boost your hair. Also use coffee to get all-natural color revitalizer.

A Shoe Bag:

A shoe bag is another productive thing for you. Don’t waste it instead hang it on door and fill it with loose hair ties, bobby pins, makeup, brushes.


You can use refrigerator to store eye cream, toners, and astringent.

Coconut oil:

Coconut oil helps to get more whiten teeth with a shiny blush.

Pomegranate Seeds: 

Pomegranate seeds can be used as a lip balm. It also moisturize your skin in a very effective manner.


Toothpaste can be used to whiten yellowing nails. You can also add slight amount of lemon in toothpaste and use it a natural bleaching agent.

Tea Bags:

A damp tea bag will calm reddened skin and reduce the pain.

Cooking Spray:

Cooking spray can be used to dry the nail polish and it also retains cuticles hydrated.

Dawn Dish Detergent:

Dish detergents have high level of surfactants that is best to remove oil-based makeup stains from clothing.

Peppermint Oil:

Peppermint oil can be used as lip plumpers. Use it with a little coconut oil or lip balm to get even best results.

A Hairdryer:

A hairdryer can be used as a good product to flash fog from your bathroom mirrors after a warm bath.

Shaving Cream:

Shaving cream could be used to remove icky foundation and bronzer marks from shirt collars.

Baking Soda: 

Baking soda could help wash away hairbrush dirt and dandruff in an efficient way.

Raw Honey:

Raw honey is a blessing as it has antioxidants, antibacterial and hydrating properties which help skin pores and makes it clearer.

Metal Spoons:

Metal Spoons could be used to curl your eyelashes.

A Toothbrush:

Toothbrushes can also be used to wash small items thoroughly. Along with washing small items, toothbrush can also help tame flyaways and bangs.

Unsweetened Cocoa Powder:

To get refresh greasy hair for a perfect color match, use unsweetened cocoa powder. This useful household product also helps cover gray hair.

Apple Cider Vinegar:

Apple cider vinegar has great ingredients that help removing product build up from your hair.

Olive Oil:

Olive oil cleanses deeply muddy makeup brushes.


Vaseline could make scent last longer as it has a unique ingredient that holds on to scents and stop vaporization.

Soy Milk:

Soy Milk can increase collagen and aids to block enzymes that break down and age the skin.

Mason Jars: 

Mason jars could be used to make a beauty products box or container.


Chap stick can be used to relax skin. Its inside ingredients heal and stops minor cut from bleeding.


Tomatoes have lycopene content which greatly act as a natural sunscreen.


Cinnamon could be used to treat pimples. Mix some honey in cinnamon to see how effective this household item is.

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