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Redditor u/FloydianCrazyDiamond asked, "What is your most used life hack as a woman?" Lucky for us, the lovely ladies of Reddit had no shortage of brilliant pro tips to share with us. Here are 18 of their best answers:

Note: submissions have also been sourced from these two similar threads.

1."For those who use shaving gel that come in aluminum cans: before you put it in the shower, use clear nail polish to make a thin coat all along the bottom rim of the can."

Someone pouring shaving cream into their hand

"This will prevent the can from rusting at the bottom/leaving those rust colored rings."

—u/stygian_shores

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2."Keep a backup purse or bag of toiletries in your glove box."

"Fill it with basics like deodorant, perfume, basic makeup, glasses cleaner , mini toothbrush/toothpaste, mini brush, cash, etc. It's saved my butt on numerous occasions such as impromptu meetings, having to stay over at a family members house, and on dates."

—u/aussieidiot229

3."Have all your body measurements written in your smartphone notes, so when you go online shopping, you can always pick the right size."

"Feet length, standard bust-waist-hip, your height, wrist girth, finger girths, etc. Update them once a year, or when your body changes. Since I started doing this, my shopping skills have improved immensely."

—u/RemnantZz

4."Buy men's razors."

"They're more cost effective and they work better."

—u/FeralSincubus

5."If I am only shopping for a few things I don't grab a cart or basket. It makes me less prone to buying things I don't need."

A shopping cart that's been circled and crossed out

"Especially at Target. When I carry a basket I just throw in random dollar items and snacks, which add up. If I only need an item or two, I'm in and out!"

—Anonymous

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6."Have a chapstick and tampon in most locations you frequent."

—u/PepperMaterial8010

7."Budget for pedicures, massages, hair cuts, and waxing. If it’s self care, budget for it. Taking care of yourself goes so far."

—u/isabellla321

8."Stop buying shaving creams and use cheap conditioner instead."

"It’s a closer shave somehow, and also moisturizes your skin."

—u/msstark

9."When you can’t squeeze any more product out of a tube container (hand cream, moisturiser, body lotion, etc.), cut it in half using scissors."

(editor:)

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