For your hair:
1 - Use coconut oil to moisture dry hair: it seeps into the hair's follicles and absorbs better than other types of oils.
For between $6-10, you can find coconut oil online at Walmart, Amazon, or swansonvitamins.com.
2 - Heat a small amount of olive oil in a dish and use a brush to slowly comb oil into strands. Wash out in shower as normal.
Olive oil can be found at any grocery store, but particularly cheaply (for about $6.99) at Walmart or at groceriesexpress.com.
1 - If you're like me, dry hands = hang nails = ripped skin. To prevent infection and redness after tearing a hangnail, soak finger in a mix of 1 tsp white vinegar and 4 oz warm water for 3-5 minutes twice a day. Then apply ointment and a bandage to keep skin protected. Repeat for 3-7 days.
White vinegar can be found in any grocery store and at the Dollar Tree for $1!
2 - After showering, applying olive oil to your hands, feet, and knees for a moisturizing sheen.
3 - Use olive oil at night to moisturize cuticles.
Olive oil can be found at any grocery store, but particularly cheaply for about $6.99 at Walmart or at groceriesexpress.com.
For your face:
1 - To exfoliate dry skin, mix 3 parts baking soda with one part water and rub in a gentle circular motion into skin, avoiding eyes. Rub off with a warm washcloth.
Baking soda can be found everywhere - even Lowe's! Its average price is about $1.
2 - To remove makeup, dab a little olive oil under eyes and wash off with a warm washcloth.