New Uses for Everyday Things: Summer Edition!

Help solve some of your summer problems with these household fast fixes.

New Uses for Everyday Things: Summer Edition!

By Toni Gasparis

Summertime brings around a new list of problems that we need to solve. Help relieve your mosquito bites, slide into your skinny jeans, and even prevent wrinkles with the tools you already have in your house!

Watch: Dr. Oz's Best New Uses for Everyday Things

Spray Deodorant as a Nail Polish Remover

Spray Deodorant as a Nail Polish Remover

There’s nothing worse than chipped toenail polish at the beach or a night out on the town. If you find yourself in a pinch with no time to run to the store for nail polish remover, try using deodorant. Simply spray the deodorant onto your nails and rub with a napkin. Repeat until all of the polish is gone. Just be careful not to use quick-evaporating spray deodorant, as that could cause freezer burns on your fingersouch!

Can Drinking This 1 Ingredient Give Your Skin the Look You Want?

You're not making as much collagen as you used to.

Is Vitamin C the Key to Brighter Skin?

Collagen is one of the important building blocks of your skin that keeps it plump and healthy looking. But as you age, your body makes less and less of it. Is there a way to boost your skin's collagen? What about drinking it? Dermatologist Dr. Jennifer Lee, on behalf of our trusted sponsorship partner USANA Health Sciences, tells you why drinking collagen could give you the book you're looking for.

Presented by USANA.