Instead of Shaving Cream…
Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Paul B., who says:
“During a recent trip abroad, I realized that I had forgotten to replace my spent can of shaving cream. My wife suggested that I use hair conditioner to shave and, to my pleasant surprise, it worked very well. Better, in fact, that some of the aerosol products I’ve used in the past. Since virtually all hotels have shampoo and conditioner, I no longer pack a bulky aerosol can in my toiletries bag.”
That’s an interesting one—and something I’ll have to try out myself. Thanks, Paul!
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