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There are certain items that we may use on a regular basis and we don’t really give it much thought. Perhaps we have them laying around the home at all times or we may be able to find them in our pockets or perhaps our pocketbooks. In any case, they are items that are used for specific purposes but what if I told you there was a way to take some of it further?
One item that many of us use regularly is Chapstick. We put it on our lips when the weather is bad and it tends to dry our lips out, making them chapped and sore. The wintertime is a common time for us to use this miracle item but it can also help to keep our lips moisturized in the summer heat as well. It works so well that most of us tend to keep more than one tube around at any given time.
Would it surprise you to learn the Chapstick can be used for a lot of different purposes? In fact, this simple video shows you six different ways that Chapstick can be used and you might be amazed with how much of a life hack it truly is. It doesn’t matter if you are trying to get a stuck ring off of your finger or if you are getting bit by insects, it is there to rescue you. You may even find that it is so beneficial that you continue to buy more and more so that you have it at all times.
Chapstick is an excellent options for keeping your lips healthy, youthful and smooth. It is also something that can be used on other parts of the body for everything from blisters to cuts and scrapes.
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1. Removing a stuck ring.
2. Making your perfume last longer.
3. Healing minor cuts and insect bites.
4. Making an improvised candle.
5. Fixing scratched leather goods and making them shine.
6. Preventing blisters from forming.
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