Tips for Men: Shave with it. If you run out of shaving cream, spread it on and shave with it. To condition scalp on bald heads; rub with olive oil and then lay on a hot (not burning) moist towel. When the towel cools, reheat in the microwave. Be careful not to get it too hot.
Tips for Women: Condition your hair: Warm up olive oil, massage it into your hair and scalp, wrap your head in a towel, and sit under a dryer. Later, shampoo as usual. For a hand scrub, rub in olive oil then scrub with sugar and wash. For a facial, wet face thoroughly, and then massage olive oil into your skin. Use about a half teaspoon of sugar and scrub your face with that, then wipe off gently with a warm, wet cloth until the sugar is all gone.
Tips for Cleaning: Polish lacquered metal. Use a few drops of olive oil on a soft cloth. To polish furniture and wooden floors. Use 2 parts olive oil, 1 part lemon juice or just olive oil on a soft cloth. Remove paint from your skin. Rub on olive oil and let it soak a while and then wash well with soap and water. The paint usually comes off easily and without the need for any skin damaging products. Plus your skin will be softened in the process. To keep brass looking shinier for longer, buff with olive oil after cleaning. Melt beeswax with some olive oil and pour into a small tin. Makes a great leather conditioner and wood polish or lip balm!