Avon Skin So Soft 101 Uses!

Personal Usesskinsosoftbathoil
It is a bath oil and after shower moisturizer.
It can be used to remove make-up.
It is great tanning oil. (NO SUNSCREEN)
Mild insect repellent
It is a hot oil treatment to soften cuticles and nails.
It is a great massage for tired muscles.
It cleans off tape marks from bandages on skin.
Relieves itchy skin due to dryness.
It cleans ink, oil, and grease from skin.
It helps relieve itching caused by insect bites and dry skin.
It removes paint from your hands instead of turpentine.
It soothes light sunburn.
Rub hands with it before washing. It helps get them cleaner.
Rub on cracked, and bleeding skin, it stops bleeding & heals skin in 2-3 days.
Put one or two capfuls in liquid soap and use to shave legs.
It is a great hot oil treatment for hair.
Pour a little in water to soak and moisturize your feet – relaxing.
It takes gum out of hair and most porous surfaces
Original Scent is great on head lice! Leave in hair for 15 minutes, then rinse outside, Wash hair a few times to remove oil.

Household Uses
Sponge it around doors, windows, and on screens to keep, crawling bugs out.
Kills ants instantly.
It is a good cleaner and conditioner for natural wood.
Removes ink from rubber stamps.
Use it on kitchen cabinets, it also cuts grease on range hoods.
It removes soap scum & lime from shower doors, bath & kitchen fixtures.
It is an oil lubricant for fitting pipe joints that will not slip together.
It cleans ink from most vinyl and painted surfaces.
It cleans heavy oil and grease from non-porous surfaces.
It takes gum and candle wax off clothing, furniture, and carpet.
Rub on brass ornaments or figurines to help keep them from turning dark.
If you have a Hummingbird feeder, rub SSS on the surface to keep the bees away.
Removes fur and animal hair from clothing.
Removes crayon from appliances and most painted surfaces.
Wash cupboards with SSS mixed in your cleaning water to keep away ants.
Use it to clean leather. It will keep it soft and supple.
It removes “gum” left from price tags on glass, metal, & most plastics.
It cleans paintbrushes easily and leaves them soft as when they were new.
Use on your air conditioner filter for pleasant smelling air and for easier cleaning of the filter next time
Put SSS in one of those bottles you use to spray around your garden. It will keep the bugs away!
It removes “ring around the collar”. • Add a capful to wash water of clothes acts as a fabric softener and keeps bugs off clothes.

Animal Uses
it is a great insect repellent for your pet.
Tar and asphalt removal on pads of animal’s feet
Mix 5 parts water, one part SSS and mist on show animals.
Mix in pet’s bath water. Takes the fleas off.
For DOG DRY SKIN: 1 Tablespoon of SSS per gallon of water and use as an after bath rinse, or sprits your dog’s coat once a week
Rub on your hands before and after working with pets and farm animals, takes away pet odour.
FLEA REPELLANT: 1 ½ oz of SSS per gallon of water – sponge dip or sprits
FLEA BATH: use after shampooing with a FLEA AND TICK SHAMPOO (your choice of brand)
BLACK FLY SPRAY for dogs: 1 cup SSS, ½ cup liquid detergent and 3 gallons of water

Horse Uses
Hoof polisher without drying.
Muzzle, eye and ear enhancer.
Use the BLACK FLY recipe stated above to keep the flies away.

Automobile Uses
It removes tar spots from car finishes with no damage to paint.
Use it to clean vinyl in cars, cleans and softens to prevent cracking.
After washing car, use it on tires to keep them new looking.
Put some on a small washcloth and leave in the car – keeps air fresh and clean.
Cleans Mechanics Hands.

Removes tree sap.
Prior to travelling, rub SSS on headlights and car grill – makes cleaning easier.

Disclaimer:   These uses for Skin So Soft are uses as recommended by Avon customers after their experience with this product.  Please note that Avon does not advertise these uses for this product.  Skin so soft bath oil is advertised as a a bath oil with jojoba oil which locks in moisture and leaves skin feeling silky smooth.  It also advertises it as a leave on moisturizer


Everything You Need to Know About Miceller Water

You’ve heard about it and maybe even used it — but do you know what micellar water actually does? Find out everything you need to know here.


If you’re someone who finds that their skin feels tight and dry after using traditional face cleansers, then you’re probably feeling a bit frustrated. Cleansers that utilize hard water can leave your skin feeling bone-dry, thanks to the fact that the water from our taps isn’t always well-filtered. Does this sound like you? Then allow us to introduce you to our new Anew Hydra Fushion Cleansing Micellar Water.

Micellar waters  — pronounced my-sell-ar — work to cleanse your skin in a completely different way than soap-based face washes. They are a combination of hydrating ingredients, glycerine, and extremely mild surfactants. The molecules in these surfactants combine to create little bubbles, called micelles, that eat up dirt and oil. Since you apply micellar water with a cotton swab, the dirt gets wiped away with the micellar water. That means no rinsing, which means no dry skin — and the hydrating ingredients baked into the formula stay behind to keep your face moisturized.

The benefits of Avon’s micellar water

Avon’s Anew Hydra Fusion Cleansing Micellar Water takes that one step further. It both hydrates and defends against environmental factors that can zap the moisture from your face. Panthenol enhances your skin’s hydration, while tocopheryl acetate vitamin E provides serious antioxidant benefits. Working together, these two help maintain your skin’s natural hydration levels while also filling in the blanks, providing moisture where your skin is feeling a little dry.

Just because traditional cleansers aren’t compatible with your skin doesn’t mean you need to throw in the towel. With

With Hydra Fusion Cleansing Micellar Water, your face will be clean and hydrated. What’s better than that?

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