MRS HINCH may have had us stocking up on minky cloths when it comes to keeping our homes squeaky clean, but keeping the dirt at bay is not just all they're good for as one beauty fan has proven.
TikTok user Lucy Ecclestone (@lucyecclestone94) has revealed the secret use she has for her minky and people are calling it a "game-changer" – and it's got nothing to do with cleaning.
She uses her minky for her own beauty/self care purposes and shared a video of how others can do the same online.
In the clip, that has now been watched over 55k times, Lucy revealed she uses her minky to apply moisturiser to her body.
"Don't knock it until you've tried it," she teased, as she filmed herself applying blobs of moisturiser to her arms and legs and then using her minky cloth to rub it into her skin.
Her video has been liked thousands of times, with people all for the genius idea.
It's a great way to keep your hands grease-free from excess product, with one person commenting: "I'm investing in one of these. hate it on my hands."
And we're sure they won't be the only one, as budget-friendly minkys can be picked up for as little a £4 for a set of three from Amazon – meaning you can divvy them up between your cleaning cupboards and your toiletries drawer.
"Game-changer," wrote another, while others questioned how well the minky cloth would work when putting on self tan.
One person posted: "Does it work with fake tan? I have one need to try."
Sharing her thoughts, Lucy replied: 'I would imagine so I haven't tried it yet! You should deffo try it!"
Meanwhile, one woman’s bizarre fake tan trick goes viral after she tells people to bathe in BIO OIL and apply tan with a makeup brush.
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