Waxelene: All Natural, Organic Alternative to Petroleum Jelly
Waxelene is a natural, organic alternative to petroleum jelly (no petroleum!). I've always wondered how people can disconnect the word petroleum in petroleum jelly. Who wants to put the same stuff that coats oil rigs on their skin? I haven't used the stuff since I was a tween making my own lip gloss. Thankfully, there is an alternative.
- Use For anything you would use petroleum jelly for and more!
- Non-petroleum based, all natural, eco friendly, biodegradable, no GMOs
- Skin moisturizing, protection, and lubrication - lips, feet - anywhere!
- Protection from chafing, friction, and wind burn - jogging, biking, volleyball, etc.
- Tons of other creative household and cosmetic uses
Waxelene - The Petroleum Jelly Alternative. Made of Organic Soybean Oil, Natural Beeswax, Organic Rosemary Oil, and Natural Vitamin E. That's it, no petroleum products or artificial ingredients.
Waxelene is not just a replacement for petroleum-based products, it is a major improvement because it is noticeably more effective. Waxelene's ingredients, vitamin E oil, beeswax, organic rosemary oil, and organic soy oil, are delicately balanced to synergistically care for your skin.These all-natural ingredients are combined using a patent pending aeration formula to create this amazing texture that won't clog pores. Knowing that it is made in the USA with sustainable ingredients makes consumers feel good about using it every day from their head to their toes.
I love the way Waxelene smells! It feels great on my garden rough hands!
Disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at April 15, 2013 4:45 AM