25 Bathroom and Grooming Hacks To Make Your Life Easier

Posted by , Updated on November 12, 2021

In the past weeks, we have presented you with several useful hack lists such as these 25 Simple DIY Hacks To Help You Improve Your Home, these 25 Easy Hacks To Flawlessly Clean Things You Might Be Cleaning Wrong, and these 25 Fashion Hacks To Make You Look Fantastic Even On A Budget and today, we are here with yet another list of cool hacks that will make your life easier. This time around, we focused on one of the most overlooked but also most hackable places in the house – the bathroom. None of us want to spend more time than is necessary in the bathroom each morning, so knowing some cool bathroom and grooming hacks is sure to come in handy. Look your best easily and quickly with these 25 Bathroom and Grooming Hacks To Make Your Life Easier.


Pop your pimples with tissues on your fingertips. That way, you will not scratch up your face with fingernails. It also prevents the bacteria from spreading.

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Use aloe instead of hair gel. It is healthier for your hair due to aloe's healing properties and richness in amino acids, iron, potassium, and calcium, and it will also add a natural shine to your perfectly styled mane.

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Shave after you shower. Many gentlemen shave before showering, but in fact, it is much better to do that after showering as it is when your face’s bristles have been softened by steam and your skin’s follicles are open. This greatly reduces the risk of nicks and cuts.

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Sprinkle a few drops of essential oils (e.g. lavender or citrus) on the inside of your toilet paper roll. Every time you use it, you will freshen up your bathroom and mask any unpleasant odor.

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Hair conditioner can serve as a great shaving cream for sensitive areas.

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Bar soap works as a great gym bag deodorizer. Put an unused bar of soap in your gym bag to keep sweaty clothes from adding a permanent stench to the bag.

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If you cannot be without your reader even in the bathroom, put it in a transparent Ziploc bag. It will protect your device from water and moisture.

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Dull razors can be honed by rubbing them against old denim jeans.

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If you run out of blotting papers, coffee filters can do trick too.

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Beer can be used to strip away all the buildup in your hair and make it super soft. Just massage a cup of beer into your damp, clean hair, leave it for a few minutes, and rinse.

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If you thought this hack was strange yet helpful, wait until you see number 9!


Visine can tone down a flashing red zit. If a mancealer is not your friend, this is your next best bet. Just remember to reapply every few hours.

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If your heels resemble cracked pavement, cover each foot with a healing foot lotion or oil, and slip them into socks before going to bed. In the morning, your feet will be soft and smooth.

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A great way to deal with lip scrubs is to exfoliate your lips with a toothbrush.

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A couple of drops of olive oil a week can naturally get rid of wax from your ears (without the pain of cleaning your ears with cotton swabs).

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Use an old (but clean) toothbrush to comb your ruffled eyebrows instead of using an expensive eyebrow comb.

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If you have really stubborn eyebrows, you can also use hair gel to tame them into submission.

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Blasting a razor with a hairdryer boosts its longevity. Dullness or corrosion stems from oxidation and rusting, so giving your razors a little hairdryer blast after shaving will make them last longer.

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Get your toothbrush wet, dip it in some activated charcoal, scrub your teeth for a few minutes, and rinse with cold water. Your teeth will be whiter than ever.

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Vaseline prevents a messy self-manicure. Put vaseline around the edges of your nails before painting to easily wipe away any stray marks.

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Rubbing deodorant on your feet can protect them from blisters as it acts as a barrier, reducing the friction between your feet and shoes.

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Combat hangover puffiness with ice. Place a bag of frozen peas or an ice pack on your face for a few minutes for an easy anti-inflammatory treatment that’ll save you side-eye from your boss.

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If brushing your teeth does not help to get rid of the unpleasant garlic breath, try chewing some green vegetable such as spinach or parsley.

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Don’t try to pluck your nose hairs. It is very painful and might actually lead to an infection as the hairs act as filters to prevent harmful particles from getting in your nose. Use a battery-operated nose-hair trimmer instead. They are easy to use, safe, and will keep your nostril hair at a nice healthy length.

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To find out whether your suit jacket fits correctly, lean your arm against a wall while wearing it. Your natural shoulder should hit the wall before the shoulder of the jacket does. If the jacket's shoulder hits first, then it does not fit you.

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Breaking in new shoes doesn’t have to take weeks of pain. Just take a thick pair of socks, put on the shoes and then use a hair dryer to blow on the tightest corners. That will make your shoes fit comfortably in no time.

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