Stylist’s life hack to squeeze the last drop of product out of EVERY tube: ‘How did I not know this until now’
- Stylist Rosalinda shared the handy hack with her Instagram followers
- The hack involves chopping off the end of the tube and putting the lid on
- It has been hailed as ‘genius’ by the stylist’s followers who want to save money
A fashion stylist has revealed the best way to get the last drops out of each tube with a very simple hack.
Rosalinda from Perth posted the hack to her Instagram StylebyRosalinda and admitted she was embarrassed she didn’t learn it sooner.
She started the video by cutting off the top of a small, almost empty tube.
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Rosalinda from Perth posted the hack to her Instagram Styleby Rosalinda last month, admitting she was embarrassed she didn’t learn it sooner
She then placed the lid in the cavity and pushed it down with cotton swabs, pushing the rest of the product into a bowl.
“I saw this hack online and had to try it myself. I’m a bit ashamed of the processes I used before to get the remaining product out of the tube,” she said.
Before asking if she was the only one in the dark about the product-saving hack.
The video has been viewed over 7,000 times and has become one of the stylist’s most popular roles to date.
And most people were willing to admit that they had never tried the hack.
“I hate wasting, I’m going to do this from now on,” said one woman.
The hack works with all products in a tube, she explained, not just toothpaste.
“I’m going to try it with my skincare products too,” she said.
Rosalinda chops off the end of the tube, inserts the lid with her fingers, then pushes it down with cotton swabs
Some of her followers said they just “cut pipes in half” and stick their toothbrushes in them.
“You can get an extra week of toothpaste,” agreed another.
Others laughed at people who really “need the last percent.”
But many people agreed that the rising cost of living means they are saving everywhere.
Rosalinda told FEMAIL she was surprised by the reel’s popularity and the “passionate” debate it sparked.