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By Brock (Guest Post)05/25/2008
Washing should get all the lotion out of your hair except for maybe whatever moisturizing chemicals get absorbed into your hair. I have only used it a few times but ever time i have its worked wonders to keep my hair calm.
By Thurab Swaheesh (Guest Post)07/04/2007
I also use it in my hair. It is very easy to use. I have short hair so I just blob it out and then apply it. I use the Lundthan cream but I don't know many people who use it. Try it out! It's also great on my hands obviously.
By susan 06/10/2007
I read that you can mix vaseline in to thicken it up again, but have never tried it.
By (Guest Post)04/25/2007
You can use it as leather balm!
By melody_yesterday 04/25/2007
mix some older lotion into "tan in a tube" it makes it go on more evenly with less streaks.
I have had lotion get so thin it ran out of the tube because I left it in the hot car --
try putting the "too thin lotion" into a mister bottle to spray on
i have bought spray on lotions before & they are alot more expensive than regular !
By Beth 04/25/2007
I've put water in almost empty bottles to get every last bit and used it at the end of a shower as a moisturizer. Pat dry.
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This may sound like a crazy question but, I have a bunch of hand lotion and I was wondering if there uses for it other than the obvious use for it. Is there any other cleaning or conditioning uses for hand lotion?
Cookiepom from Owensboro, KY
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