If you have an infant at home, you’ve probably noticed that your baby’s products take up more space than your own. But did you ever consider the fact that these baby products could double up and be included not just in your baby’s routine but yours as well? Let’s take a look at some of your baby’s products that totally are worth stealing.
1. No tears shampoo
All this while, I’ve been investing in expensive makeup removers to take off those stubborn mascara residues. Out of curiosity, I decided to use the baby shampoo lying on the counter. And it has worked wonders! It removes any residue present and doesn’t burn your eyes while doing so. Not to mention that these products being designed for babies, which make it extremely safe and perfect for those with sensitive skin.
2. Baby wipes
Don’t you hate it how your nose turns into Rudolph’s when you have a cold? Blowing your nose several times causes it to become dry, irritated and red! A good way to avoid this is to use baby skincare wipes instead. These wipes have lotion in them to protect the baby’s skin from the same irritation. So next time you catch a cold, those baby wipes in your bag might be more useful to you.
3. Diaper rash cream
Shaving! We all have to do it. But how do you handle the post shaving or post waxing red bumps that pop up all over your skin? Well, your solution lies in your baby’s diaper bag- diaper rash cream. It only makes sense. Diaper rash creams are designed to soothe the skin and get rid of the bumps caused by the diaper. The same formula would help soothe your skin too.
4. Baby powder
Baby powder. Aaah they smell great, don’t they? What if I told you, you could use this magical dust to turn your greasy, 3rd-day hair into beautifully smelling, just washed hair. Well, this is just an illusion of course but it does trick people. Baby powder can double up as a dry shampoo to get rid of that greasy residue on your hair. All you have to do is take a little baby powder and rub it into your scalp. Remember to rub it in well, you don’t want to make it look like grey hair. What this does is, it soaks up the oil in your scalp that is making it look greasy, so that you can have one more day of the freshly washed hair look.
5. Baby oil
Baby oil makes for a great moisturizer, especially if you’re someone who hated the sticky feeling moisturizers leave behind. Since, baby oil, as the name suggests is made for babies, they don’t leave your skin feeling sticky because baby’s don’t like that. So have your skin feeling moisturized without the feeling a moisturizer leaves behind. That’s the ideal deal if you ask me. Another cool way to use baby oil is to apply it right after shaving or waxing. It leaves behind that sheen you only see on movie stars and have your legs looking gorgeous.