Friday, November 11, 2011

Waxelene! A Healthier Alternative

I wanted to let you all know about a great product called Waxelene. It is an organic alternative of  vaseline/petroleum jelly.  I have been looking for alternatives to using vaseline, after I watched an episode of Dr. OZ and found out that it can cause health problems over time -
"Petroleum jelly is a byproduct of oil drilling, and when you spread it on your lips, you end up eating it, which is essentially the same as drinking gasoline. Add up the amount of lip-gloss the average woman uses (and consumes) over a decade, and it equals 7 pounds. The European Union has banned many petroleum jelly products, and experts are concerned they could be linked to cancer. Women with breast cancer have twice the levels of hydrocarbons (substances found in petroleum jelly) in their breasts than women who haven’t had breast cancer." - Source:     Dr. Oz The Top Three Dangers In Your Beauty Products
  • Anything you would use petroleum jelly for and more!
  • Skin moisturizing, protection, and lubrication - lips, feet – anywhere!
  • Protection from chafing, friction, and wind burn - jogging, biking, volleyball, etc.
  • Make-up & removal - add extra gloss to lips/face or remove make-up the healthy way.
  • Soothing chapped, dry skin (Eczema & Psoriasis)
  • Reducing diaper irritation - babies love Waxelene!
  • Aftershave for face/legs etc.
  • Wetsuit rash prevention - won't deteriorate wetsuit and no petroleum in the water!
  • Hair - thick texture aids in styling while moisturizing and nourishing
  • After Sun
  • Hands - relieving drying effects from repeated hand washings or doing dishes
  • Tons of other creative household and cosmetic uses
  • Non-petroleum based - Healthier for your family and the planet!
  • Eco-friendly, biodegradable, no GMOs
  • No parabens or artificial ingredients
  • Smooth and silky consistency
  • All natural
  • Contains organic ingredients
  • Water/sweat resistant - Lasting protection.
  • Not Greasy
  • Goes on clear
  • No animal testing
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  1. This is interesting! I would like to know what its ingredients are. I will definitely check this out.

  2. Wow! I never know..I use vaseline for my lip or burn skin. Omg! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Thanks for posting. I've never heard of this product, but it sounds like a viable alternative.

    Has anyone tried it? I peeped the ingredients and it uses beeswax which, to me, seems like it'd be just as heavy as Vaseline.

  4. I have been using it for about a week and love it. It cleared up some dry eczema spots I had on my eyelids. I tried all kinds of medicinces, creams and lotions and nothing worked. the Waxelene cleared it up in 4 days. Totally honest. Not getting paid to tell you that at all. I am definitely going to continue using the product. It is helping to add moisture to my skin and keeping the dryness away from my eyelids and other parts of my face. I plan to try it on my elbows too.

  5. Wow!! I knew vaseline, and other things were byproducts of gasoline, but I never thought of all these negative effects!!! Def will be looking into the waxelene, and making changes! Thanks for the info :)


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