Top uses of Petroleum Jelly

Most uses for petroleum jelly exploit its lubricating, coating and moisturizing potentials.

• Remove eye makeup.
• Highlight cheekbones.
• Gloss your lips.
• Get an even tan. Dry skin tends to soak up excess tanning lotion, leaving skin splotchy.
• Preserve your fragrance. Dab on pulse points, like your wrists and the sides of your neck, before spritzing on perfume. Your scent will last the entire day.
• Buff away dry skin.
• Tame unruly eyebrows.
• Intensify eye shadow.
• Protect skin from hair dye.
• Seal split ends.
• Stretch your lotion.
• Get a perfect manicure.
• Soften skin. Before going to bed, rub petroleum jelly on places where skin is extra-dry, like on your elbows or the heels of your feet. Skin will be super-soft when you wake up.
• Remove rings. Is a ring stuck on your finger? Petroleum jelly can help it slide off easily.
• Stop squeaks. Apply to squeaky hinges on doors or cabinets to keep them quiet.
• Shine shoes. Petroleum jelly can make scuffed patentleather shoes shine like new again.

Top general uses of Petroleum Jelly

• Medical treatment
• Skin and hair care
• Moisture loss
• Hair grooming
• Skin lubrication
• Product care and protection
• Coating
• Finishing
• Lubrication
• Production processes
• Mechanical, barrier functions
• Surface cleansing
• Pet care
• Clean-up


• Three grades; Industrial,cosmetics and pharmaceutical grade is the highest
• Packing: 175kg. New Steel Drums x 80 Drums = 14.M/T. in one 20ft. container.

Above Spec. is for Cosmetic Grade

Above Spec. is for Pharmaceutical Grade

Above Spec. is for Industrial Grade