Using Shampoo and Conditioner as Body Wash

Save the soap, people! Don't buy another bar of soap or container of liquid soap. I have found that the cheapest WalMart brand hair shampoo and conditioner combination work well.


This is what I have experienced: While taking a shower, I start off using the shampoo/conditioner on my hair first. Then I rinse it off and rewash, only I don't rinse it out. I just continue with the shower and my loofah all soaped up with the shampoo. Rinse off top to bottom. You're soft and clean.

By Judy T. from AZ

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September 12, 20110 found this helpful

This is something I recently discovered when I forgot to carry a bar of soap into the shower with me. I'd received several good-sized bottles of shampoo, either via coupon or as a gift or "hand-me-down." I simply grabbed one of those bottles at random.


It worked so well I've been doing it ever since.

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February 24, 20120 found this helpful

I know most of you have heard of using hair conditioner as shaving cream for your legs and underarms, I do that too. I also bought some Lavender scented hair conditioner from the dollar store and after bathing with soap or shampoo, I rub the conditioner all over my body and then rinse. It makes my skin feel hydrated and the Lavender scent gives me a relaxing nights sleep. Give it a try!

Donna L. Watauga, TX

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September 7, 20140 found this helpful

I have been using that method for dozens of years. I use a pump action dispenser on a large family size bottle of shampoo/conditioner. Sometimes I just transfer the pumper onto a new large "refill" bottle. Occasionally those are even cheaper than those with pumpers.


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