Petroleum Jelly Alternative - Waxelene


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I am all about trying new things..   Nothing that is crazy or dangerous though, I am a mom... but as far as products, yep... I will try most things...  
I was sent an email about Waxelene.  
It is a "petroleum jelly alternative" and I was eager to give it a go.  
It arrived for review.. and then the next thing you know,  my little 4 year old was coming in crying...   all scraped up and bruised from playing outside.   I was curious as to if this might help him heal faster.  
(He HATES when I put anything on him...  so I was curious as to how this would go over.)  
We cleaned up all the scrapes and then I applied a generous amount of Waxelene to each area.  He was not upset with me for doing so... and then I put long sleeves and pants on him.   The next morning, it was on the mend.  Now, I am not saying that this is a cure all.. but it made my little one better ... and that works for me!  There was no noticeable odor... and even with his eczema, we did not have any issues.  

See what they had to say about Waxelene:
Waxelene is the eco-friendly alternative to petroleum jelly. It has the same protective, waterproofing, moisturizing and soothing properties that doctors love, but contains no petroleum or hydrogenated oils. Waxelene’s ingredients include natural beeswax and oils like vitamin E and organic rosemary which soak in and nurture skin cells. Waxelene’s patent-pending aeration process gives it a silky smooth texture that won’t clog pores. Committed to the environment and healthy living, the makers of Waxelene endeavor to become more sustainable every day.From using natural and organic ingredients, to packaging in recyclable jars and tubes, to implementing energy-efficient practices, ,Waxelene is striving to do its part to prepare for a petroleum-free future.



Comments

  1. That's cool! I want to try some. Mica got banged up good once.

    We mostly use petroleum jelly for art molds. I'd probably use the cheap stuff on molds, and the good stuff on my kiddos.

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  2. I've never heard of it, but now that I have it's a must get for the 'just in cases' that happen over the summer!

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