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    Deodorant as Blister Preventer. When breaking in new shoes, rub clear gel deodorant on spots prone to blistering before you step into a new, stiff, pair.

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    Makeup and skincare beauty products tackle new roles:Deodorant as Blister Preventer Make breaking shoes in less of a pain. Rub clear-gel deodorant on spots prone to blistering before you step out in a stiff new pair. http://www.realsimple.com/new-uses-for-old-things/new-uses-beauty/how-to-prevent-blisters-00100000076937/index.html#

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    Deodorant prevents blisters. Rub clear gel deodorant on spots prone to blisters.

  • Cynthia Salazar

    Deodorant as a blister preventer... Make breaking shoes in less of a pain. Rub clear-gel deodorant on spots prone to blistering before you step out in a stiff new pair. Get the most from your New Years goodies with these double-duty ideas.

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