Cash saving tips on toiletries

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doveTo free up some extra cash this month, lower your budget for toiletries. Be smarter in purchasing and using them. Start by using up what you already have. Finish your products before buying a new one. Never throw one half-way! Show some flexibility when shopping, too. If you find a good deal for a particular brand, use that product for the month. For example, if you usually use bar soap but you can get a cheaper shower gel, give it a go. Also, get in the habit of using printable coupons like this Save $1.00 when you Buy any 1 Dove Beauty Bar product (4 Bar or Larger). Excludes Dove Men + Care and any trial and travel sizes. For toiletries, you will never have a hard time looking for coupons. They are everywhere! Just grab a few online and print them out before heading to the store. Instant discounts!

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Has your budget recovered from the binge spending this past holiday season? If not, here are more tips for you to save up on toiletries. This part of your expenses is good to trim down because it is a recurring expense. You always need to buy hygiene and personal care products but it does not mean you have to pay full price. Start with collecting coupons like this Save $0.50 on any Colgate Toothpaste (3 oz or larger). These coupons are always plenty in circulation. The only thing left to do is redeem the discount. If you can obtain free samples, all the better. This applies to toothpaste, tooth brush, and dental floss. Freebies on shampoo, conditioner, and lotion are common as well. Make your products last by using just enough to fulfill its purpose. Manufacturers encourage you to use as much as possible but there is really no need.

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Get onboard the healthy bandwagon of 2017 and take this coupon to Save $0.55 when you buy any one (1) HERDEZ Salsa (15.7 ounces or larger). Salsas, pickles, and ferments are predicted to be at the center of the health world this year. These foods are chosen because of their extraordinary ability to support gut health. If you or any member of your family suffers from bloating or irritable bowel syndrome, food that has been pickled and fermented helps a lot. Try including kimchi, kombucha, and Yucatan pickles into your weekly meals. You can buy these in supermarkets but there is nothing wrong with making your own, too. For example, kimchi is simple and easy to make. Just shred your cabbage and mix it with rice vinegar, fish sauce, chilli paste and sugar. All these ingredients are readily accessible. Put them in a jar and ferment until ready to use.

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