Monday, December 12, 2011

Waxelene Review and Giveaway


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With winter coming it not only brings snow and cold weather but it also brings dry air which can make our skin and lips chapped.
Waxelene is the eco-friendly petroleum jelly alternative. It has the same protective, waterproofing, moisturizing and soothing properties that doctors love about petroleum jelly, but it’s sustainable and organic. Waxelene’s ingredients include natural beeswax and oils like vitamin E and rosemary which soak in and nurture skin cells. The patent-pending process eliminates the need to use any petroleum by-products, hydrogenated oils, or chemical processes and includes aeration giving Waxelene a smooth texture that won’t clog pores. Committed to the environment and healthy living, the makers of Waxelene endeavor to become more sustainable every day. From using natural and organic ingredients, to packaging in recyclable glass jars (no plastic!), to implementing energy-efficient practices, Waxelene is striving to do its part to achieve a petroleum-free future.
If you are someone who uses petroleum jelly for everything from your lips, to hands and other dry skin. Then why not try Waxelene instead. It is a great natural and organic alternative.

Uses for Waxelene:
  • Anything you would use petroleum jelly for and more!
  • Skin moisturizing, protection, and lubrication - lips, feet – anywhere!
  • Protection from chafing, friction, and wind burn - jogging, biking, volleyball, etc.
  • Make-up & removal - add extra gloss to lips/face or remove make-up the healthy way.
  • Soothing chapped, dry skin (Eczema & Psoriasis)
  • Reducing diaper irritation - babies love Waxelene!
  • Aftershave for face/legs etc.
  • Wetsuit rash prevention - won't deteriorate wetsuit and no petroleum in the water!
  • Hair - thick texture aids in styling while moisturizing and nourishing
  • After Sun
  • Hands - relieving drying effects from repeated hand washings or doing dishes
  • Tons of other creative household and cosmetic uses
If you would like to get your hands on some Waxelene you can find it on their website or by checking out their retail locator to find a store near you that carries it.

Want to win some Waxelene to try for yourself? 

To Win: Tell us how you would use Waxelene. You can also get extra entries for following GGG through GFC, Subscribing via email, liking us on Facebook and following via Twitter.
This giveaway will end on December 28, 2011. I will choose the winner using Random.org. Please leave a valid email address if it is not visible in your profile. US entries only.
~Tracy~

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

55 comments:

  1. I woul use it on my lips.
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  4. oh boy, I could think of a dozen ways to use this! in the winter, I use it on the noses of me and my kids, and also on our lips. great chap stick! thanks for the giveaway - I'd love to try this!
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  9. I would use it on my dry sandpaper feet.

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  14. I would use this daily as lip balm and a couple of times a week as a skin protectant after showering
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  15. I'm gfc friend, Beth Elderton
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  19. I would use it on my hands!
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  24. I'd use it on my hands.

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  26. I have dry chapped hands in the winter. I'd use it on my hands and also on my lips.
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  29. Like you on facebook.
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  30. I would use this on my lips and hands.

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  31. I follow you on GFC - janetfaye

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  35. my lips and skin take a hard hit during the winter. I'd use it for them the most!

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  39. In the winter the knuckles on my hands tend to dry and chap. I'd love to try Waxalene on them!

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  40. I follow via GFC.

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  44. I would use this on my lips
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  49. i would use it on my dry elbows

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  53. I have super dry hands in the winter.
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  54. I would like it to use on my face it gets really dry in the winter.

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