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Surprise first-aid item saves the day for the glamorous female recruits on SAS Australia

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Female recruits from SAS Australia use a VERY surprising first aid item to tame their wild, frizzy hair while in front of the camera and share their genius hack










Forget about being thrown backwards from a helicopter or being cursed by ex-special forces soldiers.

For the glamor girls of SAS Australia, the biggest challenge on the hit Channel Seven show was taming their wild hair against the debilitating elements.

Not needing a hair dryer, straightener or styling products, the celebrities turned to Savlon, an antiseptic cream used for “cuts, scrapes, blisters, scrapes, wind burns, sunburns, insect bites, cracked and itchy skin.”

What did they use? Female recruits from SAS Australia used a VERY surprising first aid item to tame their wild, frizzy hair while in front of the camera – Savlon antiseptic cream

“The girls were in the medical kit trying to find something to control their hair and all they could find was, and wait for it… Savlon,” said one celebrity contestant.

‘Yes, Savlon. Who could have guessed? It seemed to work pretty well as far as I could tell. They massaged it through their hair like you would do hair gel and it worked.

“You have to remember that girls like Bonnie (Anderson) and Isabelle (Cornish) are used to looking their best when they’re in front of the camera, so they get pretty self-conscious when their hair is all over the show.

“You have to remember that girls like Bonnie (Anderson) and Isabelle (Cornish) are used to looking their best in front of the camera, so they get pretty self-conscious when their hair is all over the show,” said one celebrity contestant.

‘They’re actresses. They want to look their best, so the Savlon helped. It stopped that big, angry look you get when your hair is completely under control.’

The famed contestant said SAS instructors Ant Middleton and Ollie Ollerton had no idea the girls had infiltrated the SAS medical kit for vanity purposes or they would have been “absolutely fit.”

“That wouldn’t have gone down well. It was all meant to strip the contestants down to the absolute basics, so to think some girls are preening themselves with fucking Savlon would have caused quite a stir,” she added.

Hero product!  Running out of hair dryers, straighteners, or styling products to rely on, the celebrities turned to Savlon, an antiseptic cream used for

Hero product! Running out of hair dryers, straighteners, or styling products to rely on, the celebrities turned to Savlon, an antiseptic cream used for “cuts, scrapes, blisters, scrapes, wind burns, sunburns, insect bites, etc. cracked and itchy skin

Meanwhile, model and former Miss World Australia Erin Holland released graphic photos on Tuesday demonstrating SAS Australia’s physical toll.

The 32-year-old had dozens of bruises on her battered arms and legs in a series of confrontational images shared with her 400,000 Instagram followers on Wednesday.

Erin suffered the injuries while filming Channel Seven’s military reality show in Capertee Valley, NSW, earlier this year.

“THE AFTERMATH…A rough look at what a few days of roster looked like (plus a 90+ pound sore back on it),” she wrote in the caption.

SAS Australia is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced. It’s 24/7 – so many tasks that it’s impossible to broadcast them all! SO much respect for my fellow recruits who are still struggling there – it only gets wilder from here.”

Erin Holland was the second celebrity to retire from SAS Australia on Tuesday.

Ouch: Meanwhile, model and former Miss World Australia Erin Holland released graphic photos on Tuesday showing SAS Australia's physical toll

Ouch: Meanwhile, model and former Miss World Australia Erin Holland released graphic photos on Tuesday showing SAS Australia’s physical toll

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