See also: Whipped Cream
Cool Whip was introduced in 1965 by General Foods. This whipped-cream substitute is cheaper than the real thing, keeps longer in a resealable container, requires no whipping and has fewer calories. Within three months, it was at the top of the whipped-topping market.
Some unusual uses that have been suggested for Cool Whip:
• Use it to shine shoes, also to shine plant leaves.
• Spread Cool Whip on to ease sunburn pain.
• Rub into hair, leave on for 30 minutes, rinse, then shampoo as normal.
• Use Cool Whip as you would cold cream to remove makeup.
• Use it as shaving cream.
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