Waxelene has found its niche as an eco-friendly petroleum jelly substitute. It’s a wonderful organic beauty product that can fill in for the many uses people have for petroleum jelly, and it’s even better because it’s safe and more effective. Waxelene has the same protective waterproofing, moisturizing, and soothing properties as petroleum jelly. But it contains no petroleum (earth’s blood) or hydrogenated oils. Read Petroleum Jelly: The Rub Behind the Goopto find out about the ill effects of using petroleum jelly which is made out of crude oil!
Waxelene is made with clean beeswax, organic soy heal oil, 100 percent vitamin E oil, and organic rosemary oil which soak and nurture skin cells. All these ingredients are combined with a patented aeration process to create a silky smooth texture that smells divine and doesn’t clog pores.
Benefits Of Eco-Friendly Petroleum Jelly
- Substitute Waxelene for anything you would use Petroleum Jelly for AND more!
- Moisturizes and protects lips, feet, baby’s bottoms…
- Wonderful makeup base
- Reduces diaper rash irritation
- After Sun
- Dye Repellent
- Eye shadow Primer
Why We Love It
- Contains NO Petroleum
- Organic First Aid
- Eco-friendly and biodegradable
- No parabens or artificial ingredients
- No animal testing
- Not Greasy
- Goes on clear
- Made in the USA
- High-Value Ingredients
Information about SOY
The certified-organic soy oil used is non-hydrogenated, non-GMO, and of the absolute highest quality, full of anti-oxidants, soy isoflavones, and unsaturated fatty acids. Fatty acids are extremely important in maintaining and restoring the health and balance of the skin. Anti-oxidants such as Vitamin E and Vitamin B complex are fantastic for helping to keep the skin naturally beautiful and to prevent the development of wrinkles. Soy isoflavones such as Genisten help to increase the firmness, elasticity, and suppleness of the skin.
Very little absorbs into the skin so it will not affect the adrenal system the way that eating soy would. You use so much less in the first place. People are allergic to the protein, not the oil.