The skin is the body’s largest organ, so it’s important to take good care of it. However, doing so doesn’t necessarily mean breaking the bank. In fact, a common, inexpensive product found in most people’s medicine cabinets. Petroleum jelly can have multiple skincare uses for the entire family.
Chiltan Pure Vanilla Petroleum Jelly is a mixture of mineral oils and waxes that lock moisture in the skin, moisturizing it to repair and relieve dryness.
There is some effective way to use petroleum jelly. Its just not a moisturizer it’s more than that,
Chafing, which occurs when skin rubs against another body part or clothing, can be very irritating. This is especially so for people with eczema or dry skin. Some people develop rashes or broken skin due to chafing. Applying petroleum jelly to areas prone to chafing may help prevent it.
Protect From Split Ends
Use petroleum jelly to tame frizz and seal dry, split ends, and even to keep unruly eyebrows in place. The petroleum jelly helps to lock the moisture in, and prevent the worsening of your split end. Just apply a generous amount on your split ends, and keep for an hour before you wash your hair.
Treats Diaper Rash
Many babies develop diaper rash after sitting in wet diapers. Petroleum jelly creates a moisture barrier that can reduce the risk of diaper rash. It can also soothe the skin and provide relief from existing diaper rashes.
Prevent From Peeling Skin
Peeling skin can be irritating. When skin is so dry that it peels, petroleum jelly can soothe the irritation and help the skin heal. You can also apply it to dry, chapped lips or irritated eyelids during cold weather seasons.
Help Heal Wounds
If your pimple’s been popped, Don’t Trip! Apply a small amount of petroleum jelly on it and you’ll see how smoothly it treats your skin. Applying it on slight scratches, cuts and wounds can heal them magically in hours!
Use It as a Make-Up Remover
Beginning to run out of your beloved Micellar water? Petroleum jelly can be just as effective in removing makeup. The oil in the petroleum jelly helps take off resistant makeup without being harsh, or without you needing to rub your skin vigorously. Use a cotton pad and some petroleum jelly to wipe off makeup.
Eczema is a chronic skin condition that causes irritation, itching, and scaly patches. While applying petroleum jelly it may feel a soothing effect.
Help for Atopic Dermatitis in Babies
Petroleum jelly can relieve itchy skin in newborns and infants. If atopic dermatitis runs in your family, petroleum jelly may be a low-cost way to help your child avoid it. You can start to use it on your baby’s skin about 3 weeks after they’re born.
Clean Up Your Manicure
Apply petroleum jelly to your cuticles before polishing your nails to keep color off of the skin around your nails. You’ll get a perfect manicure, minus the cleanup.
Petroleum Jelly is flammable, so people should avoid using it near fires when smoking, or near other open flames. Store it in a cool, dry environment. It should be for External use only.