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IN Lifestyle ON 10 Aug, 2016
You'll buy a bottle of rubbing alcohol once you read this.
Rubbing alcohol is a common household item. However, did you know that it has more uses than simply cleaning your hands now and then?
Rubbing alcohol has a ton of applications, and it is cheap enough for many people to have. If you've ever wanted to make the most out of your rubbing alcohol, read on!
As much as you think you are keeping your bed clean, you can never be sure of yourself. This is why filling a bottle with rubbing alcohol and spraying some on your pillow and mattress will keep the bugs and their eggs away.
That's right! If you've run out of your favorite deodorant, you can simply use rubbing alcohol because it also kills the bacteria that can result in awful body odor.
If you ever have an injury, or you wanted to cool your meal, all you have to do is put rubbing alcohol in a plastic bag and then place it in the freezer.
Simply put rubbing alcohol in a spray bottle and don't forget to add lavender oil. Put this on your scalp and hair. Once you comb your hair, the dead lice would be easily removed.
Just mix rubbing alcohol with vinegar in a cup. Next, dip cotton in the cup and apply it to your ears.
The usual nail polish remover has acetone, which can actually damage your nail. A good alternative is rubbing alcohol. This will take longer, but it's much safer.
If you want to prevent ingrown hair from appearing again, just rub alcohol on your skin.
Rubbing alcohol has soothing and even anti-inflammatory properties so that you can disinfect your pimple. However, don't rub it all over your face. Concentrate on the pimples.
Many people have the herpes virus, but only some of them will ever have a breakout. To prevent your herpes outbreak, you should use 70 percent isopropyl alcohol on any of the spots you've seen.
Rubbing alcohol can surely be used for your own DIY hand sanitizer. Just get four ounces of aloe vera gel, some tea tree oil, and some isopropyl alcohol. Mix them and put them inside a bottle.
What other uses do you know? Share them below!