Reduce Cost of Personal Care


Not only women but men too spend handsomely on personal care and grooming. This may not seem like much every time you spend a few bucks however if you were to look at the cost of your personal care annually you would be shocked.

We are not talking about spa treatments; shampoos, conditioners, serums, lotions, creams and soaps for the entire family could set you back by a few hundreds annually. So where do you begin? Well, this is very easy.

Women tend to spend a lot of money on hair treatments at salons. This can be reduced by doing alternate treatments at home and the rest at the salon. This will help you to save approximately $100 annually. You can also opt for makeovers at the local counters. You can buy hair color treatments and color your hair at home too.

You do not have to spend huge amounts of money on spa treatments to exfoliate your skin. You can do it at home for a dollar. Mix sugar crystals with honey and olive oil and massage it all over your body. This is a great way to exfoliate your skin in the comfort of your home.

Research sites online to help you learn to give yourself a manicure and pedicure. You will save a huge amount of money if you start doing these treatments at home. There are plenty of websites that will help you with home remedies and treatments for regular skin care. These are as good as any spa treatment that you would opt for.

Instead of buying several creams and lotions you can save by buying one product that addresses all your needs. You may splurge on this product as it will reduce the costs of other products.

You may wonder how to save on toiletries. This is easier than you can imagine. Essential items like soaps can be bought in bulk; this reduces costs naturally. In addition to this you can also buy large tubes of toothpaste and brushes in bulk.

Women tend to get overwhelmed when they walk through the beauty and cosmetic aisle in the supermarket, by curbing your enthusiasm and making smart choices when you shop you will be able to make huge adjustments in your annual bills.