Shampoo and Conditioner
Store bottles upside down to prevent the shampoo or conditioner from getting stuck at the bottom of the bottle. When you can't get any more out, add a few capfuls of water, and shake.
Once you've squeezed out as much toothpaste as you can, cut the tube open with a pair of scissors, and you'll have enough for several more brushings.
Tip: Store the cut tube in a plastic bag between uses to prevent dry out.
Dry the blades off after each use, and they'll stay sharp longer.
Apply your shower gel to a loofah, instead of to your skin, and a small squirt will produce endless lather.
When you get to the bottom of a tube, use a lip brush or a Q-tip to get at the remaining lipstick.
Tip: Scoop your lipstick leftovers into an empty lip gloss pot for easy on the go use.
Unwrap your soap and allow it to dry out for a couple weeks before you use it. Why? Because dry soap doesn't dissolve as fast when it comes into contact with water.
Purchase a foaming hand soap dispenser, and turn your regular hand soap into foaming hand soap. You'll be amazed at how far you can stretch one bottle of soap.
Pick up a second foaming soap dispenser, and use the same recipe to turn your dish soap into foaming dish soap.
More detergent doesn't mean cleaner clothes, it just means more soap residue on your clothes. Try using half as much detergent as the manufacturer recommends, and you probably won't even notice the difference.
Set the spray nozzle to the lowest mist setting. Less coming out means less being used.