A FASHION influencer wowed followers with her savvy life hack that means you'll always be able to get the last drop of product out of any tube from now on.
The simple trick means you'll never again have to struggle to squeeze the final bits out of the pack and will always know you've got your money's worth.
Australian Rosalinda uploaded a short reel showing followers the handy hack on Instagram, where she posts with the handle @StylebyRosalinda.
Although she did confess to being embarrassed that she didn't discover the trick sooner.
In the short clip, she began bysnipping the end of the tube off with a pair of scissors giving full access to the tube.
Then, inside the hole she just created, she took the lid and put it inside the tube.
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Next, using a cotton bud, she pushed the lid all the way down so it would force any cream left in the container out.
She said: "I saw this hack online and had to try it for myself. I’m a little embarrassed at the processes I previously used to get the remaining product out of tube."
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The video amassed more than 7k views and plenty of comments from followers who confirmed they hadn't seen the hack before.
One person said: "I hate waste, I am going to do this from now on."
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While others had their own tricks, and one person said she just cuts the end off her toothpaste tube and sticks her brush inside.
Another person agreed: "You can get an extra week's worth of toothpaste."
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