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Use Hair Conditioner as Body Lotion

Instead of using lotion after your shower, you can use those conditioner samples you receive in the mail. Just apply at the end of the shower like lotion. It will lubricate your skin nicely and easily!


By Pamela Ruth M. from L.A., CA

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June 20, 20120 found this helpful

But wouldn't that leave a (sticky) film on your skin? Aren't conditioners are meant to be washed off?

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June 20, 20120 found this helpful

I have used hair conditioner as body lotion and found it to leave my skin soft and smooth.

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June 21, 20121 found this helpful

If this works, That is a great way to get rid of all those conditioners I did not like for my hair, that sit in a drawer "for company". LOL I will try it.

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March 6, 20160 found this helpful

Before, I used Dove Moisture liquid soap - my skin still very dry and static shock. One day at shower, I accidentally applied hair conditioner to my whole body, and my skin so smooth for whole day.


I love it. It's to easy to do it ~ Apply and rinse at the end shower - it's even and my skin always silky smooth + no more static shock. LOL I love it!

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August 14, 20180 found this helpful

I started doing this as well...AMAZING!!!

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April 23, 20190 found this helpful

Just add a little coconut oil to your favorite conditioner for extra moisturizing. It helps prevent from a sticky film if that's your worry. I did this with my favorite rose scented conditioner and now its my signature lotion!

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