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One of the biggest issues I have with my purchases is how much product actually gets wasted and thrown out. I’m a big stickler on not liking to throw out food, I make sure there is no more toothpaste left in the tube and put water in the rest of the shampoo bottle to make sure it’s really gone. Waste not what not… right? You paid for your product, make sure you get it all. And I’m talking everything that you buy.. food, personal hygiene products and even your makeup and creams!   The Spatty has been designed to help you get every last drop of your products. After seeing this on Shark Tank I was so excited to give it a try and when I was able to review it, I was even more excited!

By using the Spatty you will pay for your new tools within the first use! 15-25% of products are left in containers because they are no longer easy to get out. The Extend your Beauty Cosmetic Tool comes with 2 tools that help you access the left over lotions, creams or any makeup. The Spatty tools are the perfect size to fit into your cosmetic openings. The spatula type ends help get deep into the corners, sides and bottom of the containers that you can’t reach. Once you get the product out you can transfer it onto the surface of your choosing; makeup sponge, your finger, or directly to your face. Each tool has a different size handle for those different size containers.

The Extend Your Beauty Cosmetic Tool is made of BPA free materials, FDA approved materials, and made in the USA. The tools are easy to clean, either you can throw it in the dishwasher or wash by hand with warm water and mild soap.

 

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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

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