October 1, 2022

Use Non Petroleum Jelly On Tattoo

We all use petroleum jelly. Excellent product for wiping diapers, dry hands, tattoos, feet, cuticles, chapped lips, and removing makeup. It just looks and sounds like a cure-all, right? You can also use petroleum jelly to treat the tattoo.

The non petroleum blam is something that comes from a language we don't even think of. However, it is not balsamed oil or oil that is a by-product of petroleum such as paraffin from oil exploration that is purified through a certain process, but this has caused controversy.

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If this doesn't validate your choice for something more natural, gas prices will continue to rise. With all the problems we have seen with drilling and where we should and shouldn't drill, it also makes us aware and reminds us that oil is not a renewable resource.

In addition, my Nevaseline contains castor oil, castor seed vegetable oil, and local beeswax, without pesticides or antibiotics like most commercial beeswax or even beeswax.

I also added a little vitamin E oil, which is not only good for the skin but also acts as an antioxidant and helps prolong the oxidation or rancidity of the oil. There is no goat's milk in my non-vaseline jelly because my Nevaseline is an anhydrous product.