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Genius Uses of Petroleum Jelly You’ve Probably Never Thought Of

Petroleum jelly is a common household item and its promise is much more than you bargained for. Not only is it good for your skin, but you can use it to solve many problems. From split ends to zipper repair to back pain relief, you name it, petroleum jelly can be used and it really works. There are many more clever uses for petroleum jelly than you've ever thought of before. Are you curious to know more? Read more about the amazing ways to use petroleum jelly 


Scars 

 Even the smallest scars can be very annoying, especially if a lump forms. If you have a cut or scab that bothers you, here is the solution. Next time you get burned or scratched again, try petroleum jelly! This will keep the skin around the wound hydrated and supple. The best way to avoid the formation of scars and nodules: goodbye ugly scars and hello, beautiful and supple skin!


Dry Skin and Cracked Heels 

 You've probably noticed that your hands and feet can be terribly dry in winter and that your heels can break. Walking with cracked heels can be excruciatingly painful and uncomfortable, so you need to fix it as soon as possible. Fortunately, petroleum jelly is one of the best moisturizers out there. It can help hydrate the dry skin on your feet and make them look healthy again. You just have to apply it on your feet every night at night until you find that your feet are healed. You don't need an expensive foot cream, Vaseline is simply one of the best treatments for dry feet.


Wrinkle Prevention 

 As you age, wrinkles appear and many people are desperate to try to prevent or get rid of them. While there are many solutions and thousands of products for wrinkles, there is actually a fairly simple solution. Instead of buying expensive anti-aging creams to help prevent wrinkles, consider using petroleum jelly. Vaseline works wonders for your skin and prevents wrinkles. Whether it's crow's feet or fine lines, Vaseline helps against everything. Leave a thin layer of Vaseline on your skin at night and you will see results quickly.


Shoe polish 

 If your shoes are worn a lot, they quickly get dirty and lose their shine, especially shoes made of a certain material. Instead of throwing away worn out shoes or buying expensive shoe polish, you can easily fix the problem with a little petroleum jelly. Just rub it on your shoes and watch them regain their old shine. It also removes scratches on your shoes.


Squeaky Doors 

 Squeaky doors can be quite irritating. In general, many people take a bottle of WD40 to fix the problem, but if you don't have this lying around, petroleum jelly can be a good substitute. Who would have thought? Goodbye annoying squeals! Don't worry about over-tightening, you can use as much as you want, after all, this is one way to lubricate the hinges and keep your door free.


Eyebrows 

 Are your eyebrows difficult to care for? Keep them in shape with the perfect brow gel replacement: Vaseline. Vaseline keeps brows in shape for hours. The easiest way to do this is to put some petroleum jelly on an eyebrow brush and just run it over your brows, preferably brush upwards so you can still see the shape, but also because it will soon look a little neater and nicer, well. -Piled up.


Leather 

 Leather dries out over time and appears old and worn. It's a shame, because leather can be used for many years if it is cared for properly. Fortunately, using petroleum jelly to give your leather products a quick boost is easy. To do this, you need to rub a layer of petroleum jelly on the surface and rub it well into the material. It is better to let it rest for a while. Then wipe it off with a towel and your leather product will look much better.


Cuticle 

 Caring for your skin is important to your appearance and comfort. However, maintaining healthy cuticles can be challenging. But luckily we have petroleum jelly for that. So how exactly is it used to keep cuticles healthy? It works as follows: Apply directly to the cuticle. For long-lasting and consistent results, apply petroleum jelly to cuticles several times a day. Just be sure to use it as a type of hand cream and not fill your hands with petroleum jelly.


Itching 

 Itching can come out of nowhere and you may feel very uncomfortable. We all know that scratching your skin is not the best idea, so here is a simple solution: try smearing a thin layer of petroleum jelly on the area. It moisturizes the skin and is likely to reduce itching, much better than scratching! This will also keep your skin calm and prevent sores and irritated skin. After all, you don't want scratch marks or redness on your skin.


Dandruff Prevention 

 Dandruff is caused by dry skin on the scalp and can be a real problem. It can cause side effects like itching to the point of becoming unbearable. The good news is that petroleum jelly can reduce and prevent dandruff. All you have to do is apply petroleum jelly to your scalp and tangle your hair a bit. As well as hydrating the skin, it can also hydrate the scalp and reduce the appearance of dry skin or flakes.


Makeup Remover 

 If you run out of makeup remover, you can use Vaseline! It can help you remove stubborn makeup, such as waterproof makeup. Apply something to the areas of your face where you want to remove makeup, massage gently and wash your face. Petroleum jelly can even help remove makeup stains from clothing. Apply some petroleum jelly to your clothing, rub it in, and let it sit for a while. You can then wash it off with water and possibly a little soap.


Acne 

 Whether you are a teenager or an adult, acne can be a big problem. If you have acne, you want to find something that suits your skin. If you have dry or combination skin, but find that the moisturizer you are using is clogging your pores, this could be the problem. Instead, try applying some petroleum jelly. You should apply it in a thin layer so that it can be fully absorbed into the skin. Just keep in mind that everyone has a different skin type and that it may work differently for everyone.


Acne 

 Whether you are a teen or an adult, acne can be a big problem. When you have acne, you want to find something that works for your skin. If you have dry or combination skin, but the moisturizer you're using is clogging your pores, this could be the problem. Instead, try applying mineral oil. You need to apply a thin layer for it to be fully absorbed into the skin. Just keep in mind that everyone has a different skin type and it may work differently for everyone.


Stain Remover 

 If you've ever stained your favorite shirt with salsa or red wine, you know what it feels like to ruin a piece of clothing you love. There are many solutions to remove stains, but one of the easiest ways is to use petroleum jelly. This is a great method, especially if you are treating the stain before it dries. Simply apply enough petroleum jelly to cover the stain, then wash off with boiling water and a little soap. Unfortunately, you still have to go to the dry cleaner for more delicate clothes.


Repair a broken 

 phone screen Scratching the screen of an electronic device is always disappointing. It can lower the resolution and be very distracting when watching a video or trying to read an article. Fortunately, petroleum jelly can help reduce small scratches on your phone screen. Put a small amount of petroleum jelly on your finger or a microfiber cloth and clean the scratches on your phone. If your phone screen is badly cracked, instead of using petroleum jelly, you may need to repair the screen.


Pimples 

 can be very annoying. They stay in place for a long time and can be harmful to remove, plus you can put your hands on them all the time. The next time you notice blackheads or pimples, try putting petroleum jelly on them. Petroleum jelly can cover blackheads and pimples and reduce their appearance. Especially useful if you plan to go out and suddenly see a pimple appear. Make sure not to use too much, as this can cause more pimples to appear or your skin to become severely irritated.


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