Look For Nail Polish And Other Toiletries At Rummage Sales

Rummage sales are great to buy slightly used but still good nail polish dirt cheap! I have bought slightly used bottles for as low as $.05! Fantastic! Other items are the same way, especially shampoo and conditioner!

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By Veronica from Sedalia, Missouri

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By Debbie (Guest Post)
August 16, 20070 found this helpful

You can get good deals like this, but you need to be careful, especially using these type of products. There is a chance of spreading fungus if the person using it has one.

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August 16, 20070 found this helpful

Once I went to a yard sale where the family was moving and they put out just about everything. I bought a shoebox full of bottles of lotion for only 50 cents. It had 17 bottles of lotion in it, and only two had been opened--the others were brand new.

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August 16, 20070 found this helpful

In yard sales sometimes you find unopened bottles of shampoo, bath salts, etc. I had a woman at a yard sale who was selling off the ramains of a beauty salon a whole fist full of those big nail files that sell for $1+ just to get rid of them!

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August 19, 20070 found this helpful

I think this is fine to do if the items were unopened. I have bought brand-new Mary Kay cosmetics at garage sales for a very good price.

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August 24, 20070 found this helpful

One might want to be wary of outdated toiletries. Open them up to make sure they're not all dried up or smell bad.

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