The 101 uses of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly

Vaseline Petroleum Jelly is something we’ve always had at home when I was growing up. My grandma loved hoarding jars and jars of it from the US. At the time, I didn’t really know what the product was for.

Vaseline Petroleum JellyThese days, I have Vaseline Petroleum Jelly sort of figured out. I know it has amazing healing powers that can repair, moisturize, and protect the skin. But beyond skincare, I haven’t really thought about other uses for it! I was so surprised when I got this kit. I found out there’s an existing list that details the 101 ways to use Vaseline Petroleum Jelly! One of the more surprising things I learned? You can use Vaseline Petroleum Jelly to prolong the scent of your favorite perfume! Just dab some petroleum jelly on your finger, spritz some fragrance on the jelly, and then apply to your pulse points. Easy peasy right?

Vaseline Petroleum JellyOkay, let’s go to non skin-related uses. Did you know that you can use Vaseline Petroleum Jelly to:

  1. Remove scratches from a CD or DVD.
  2. Shine your shoes.
  3. Remove dirt from leather bags.
  4. Clean watermarks from wood.
  5. Remove chewing gum from wood.
  6. Clean your mirror.
  7. Get zippers unstuck.
  8. Clear wax from candlesticks.
  9. Add shine to your accessories.
  10. Mask doorknobs while painting.

Wow… that’s just 10 uses! There are 91 more at

Vaseline Petroleum JellyPersonally, I use Vaseline Petroleum Jelly around my hairline when I’m coloring my hair at home to prevent staining around my face. I also apply it to my heels when they’re super dry and cracking. Lol, I’m kind of excited to try out the household applications for this product.

Vaseline Petroleum Jelly is available at all leading supermarkets, drugstores, and department stores nationwide.


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  • Reply Meikah Ybañez-Delid October 17, 2016 at 11:55 am

    Wow! I actually apply it sparingly to my legs, especially when I would wear short skirts or shorts. Wala lang… I just like the subtle shimmer it gives to my legs hahaha

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