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... p I washed my face with a mild handmade soap and then I put the Vaseline on and hot soaked it with a washcloth. My skin looked great. Course, I just got offa my period and my skin is always clear by that time. ... (28 replies)
... to be used on the skin. As a matter of fact, the cosmetic industry is trying to get increasingly rid of petroleum derivatives. ... (8 replies)
... I wouldn't imagine putting that on my face.. but I'm sure it works for some people! ... (28 replies)

... I know a lot of people say it's harmful, but I know a lot of older women who use it and look amazing. Most women over 50 with great skin seem to use Vaseline, Crisco, or Ponds. I think most people know it's from petroleum since it's called petroleum jelly. ... (28 replies)
... mt of credit to the product. If Sharon Stone were to have used maybe any number of other creams or oils, she might get the same result because she just has good skin and skin care habits. ... (28 replies)
... Did anyone read in Cosmo this month, that blurb about .... DARN! now I can't think of which actress it was...anyway, they mentioned how her skin was just "glowing" on the red carpet that night and thought she had a facial that day. ... (28 replies)
... bad for you as so many think. Still, I'd rather use olive oil, jojoba or other oil. These oils contain some nutrients and antioxidents that are beneficial to the skin and can even prevent UVB damage. I've been using camellia oil on my face and jojoba on my body. ... (28 replies)
... so the fact that it stays atop the skin is why it works so well, but I've known so many people with amazing skin who used it that I don't believe it's harmful. ... (28 replies)
... Wow, this is cool. Maybe I will try it tonight before I shower. I have really dry skin when I wash my face, and it gets irritated very easily, so maybe the vaseline will help. thanks for the suggestions! ... (28 replies)
... lol lol!!! that made me giggle. seriously though, all you need to get buy beatifully in this world is vasaline for lovely, smooth, wrinkle free skin, and sudocrem for the odd spots/rashes/cuts you may get. :D i dont know what i'd do without these 2 things. costing me in total, what, at most £5 a year for big huge tubs? ;) x (28 replies)
... My Grandmother has always used Pond's My Mom has always used Olive Oil and does the egg white facial every now and then. My Mom's Godmother always used Vaseline. They all have/had soft flawless skin. (28 replies)
... I read about vaseline that it could make your skin darker!!! ... (28 replies)
... Ek, I stay away from any petroleum based products since they are not good for the skin. Instead, I use oils such as coco butter oil, vitamin e oil, shark oil, emu oil, and almond oil which all work great. (28 replies)
... I read that too and I tried it last night for the first time. My friend is a cosmetologist and she says that a lot of breakouts occur because of LACK of moisturized skin. So maybe it does help...? I'm definitely going to try it for a while. (28 replies)
... I have to disagree here. I have a friend who uses vaseline and she is 60 now and not a wrinkle on her face. We used to live in Arizona and it is very dry out there. She would slab it on and wipe most of it off with a damp cloth. ... (8 replies)
... Sid, the reason most people don't use Vaseline on their face is that in most people it brings about pimples. I know what you mean about having dry skin. I had that problem but I found something that is great. ... (7 replies)
... Vaseline is a petroleum product,and I woul not use it on my face. ... (8 replies)
... Right now I use some sort of Hawaiian Tropics gradual facial lotion...works like a lotion and then gives you a gradual tan depending on how much you put on. Its OK. ... (5 replies)
... I think that would very much depends on the oils, how pure they are, whether they are appropriate for the individual's type of skin, and whether they are used properly (from what I understand, usually they are not to be applied directly). I'm still learning though. (8 replies)
... Vaseline clogs pores. Olive oil doesn't. I recommend a mix of olive and jojoba oil for dry skin. (4 replies)




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