10 Beneficial Ways To Use Vaseline

  1. Use it as a lip scrub – apply a small amount on your lips and gently scrub with your toothbrush. Vaseline provides a nice layer of moisture while stripping away dead skin.
  2. Use it to prolong the scent of your fragrance – it stays on the surface of your skin, so apply it in places you would normally apply fragrance and voila! The scent lasts way longer.
  3. Use it on the cuts from shaving to stop bleeding and scarring, it helps heal it faster as well.
  4. Use it to maximize the benefits of your night cream – Vaseline doesn’t clog pores despite its heavy texture, and when used in particularly dry areas where you’d like your night cream to be particularly active, it can really help.
  5. Use it to maximize the benefits of your eye cream – it helps lock in the moisture (applied on top of the eye cream) and provide a plump and energized feeling in the morning.
  6. Put a light layer of Vaseline on the outside of your top teeth to help the lip slide up and down if you need to smile a lot during an event or a photoshoot.
  7. Use it to tame your eyebrows – instead of a brow gel, put a small amount of Vaseline on your brows and comb through with a spoolie as you normally would.
  8. Use it to help you during allergy season – apply a light coating on top and bottom lashes, and on the inside of the nostrils, which will help prevent the pollen from getting into your eyes and nose.
  9. Use it to help your nails – apply a generous amount on the base of the nail, cuticles, and wash off after about 10 minutes. Vaseline provides a lot of moisture and can help strengthen your nails.
  10. Use it to help tame baby hairs – apply a small amount and smooth the hairs into place. Don’t worry, it doesn’t look greasy, it creates a natural hair-like shine.

Do you use Vaseline at all? What do you use it for (if you do) and why don’t you use it (if you don’t)? Let me know in the comments below!

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