Can you only brush your teeth with a toothbrush? Not correct. We reveal the best tips and tricks with which the brush becomes an all-rounder.
1. Lip scrub
If the lips are chapped, it makes sense to exfoliate them regularly. Unique beauty products for this can easily be replaced by a toothbrush. Let this circle over your lips and scrub off the dead skin. Then apply lip balm to prevent dryness.
2. Hairdryer helper
Have you ever cleaned your hairdryer? Anyone who answers this question with "no" should do so urgently in the future. There is a filter at the back of the hairdryer, which gets dusty over time. The dust can be removed with a toothbrush. Significant side effect: the hairdryer will dry the hair faster in the future because the air can circulate better.
3. Nail brush
Special brushes for the nails are available in every specialist shop. However, if you are travelling and don't have one with you or don't want to buy one, you can simply clean your fingernails with the toothbrush from the hotel (not your own!).
Tip: If you also put some nail oil on the cuticle and rub it with a toothbrush, it can also be used as a cuticle remover.
4. Cleaning aid
When cleaning the bathroom, many people ask themselves: what do you use to clean the drains in the shower and washbasin? A discarded toothbrush is also ideal here, as it can penetrate into every small corner. Bathroom grout or other difficult-to-clean areas are no problem for toothbrushes.
5. Tame hair
Those who want to wear a pigtail or bun are often bothered by the tiny hairs that fly around wildly in the air and don't want to match the look. In this case, simply spray some hairspray on a toothbrush and use it to quickly comb through untamable hair. Help immediately!
6. Brow Brush
The eyebrows are missing their shape, and an eyebrow brush is not within reach? A toothbrush helps as well.
7. Self-tanner breakdown
The self-tanning process has hardly worked for anyone right away. But the dark spots are natural to fight. Mix one cup of warm water with half a cup of lemon juice and one tablespoon of baking soda. Apply the liquid to the affected area with a toothbrush and gently work it in to make it go away.