27
Apr

Petroleum jelly Benefits

Petroleum jelly Benefits

Petroleum jelly (also called petrolatum) is a mixture of mineral oils and waxes, which form a semisolid jelly-like substance. This product hasn’t changed much since Robert Augustus Chesebrough discovered it in 1859. Chesebrough noticed that oil workers would use a gooey jelly to heal their wounds and burns. He eventually packaged this petroleum jelly as Vaseline.

Petroleum jelly’s benefits come from its main ingredient petroleum, which helps seal your skin with a water-protective barrier. This helps your skin heal and retain moisture. Read on to learn what else you can use petroleum jelly for. Benefits and uses for petroleum jelly

  1. Heal minor skin scrapes and burns

A study shows that petroleum jelly is effective in keeping skin moist during post-surgery healing. This may be particularly good for regular, less dramatic skin injuries. Make sure that the surface you apply petroleum jelly on is properly cleaned and disinfected. Otherwise, bacteria and other pathogens can get trapped inside and delay the healing process.

  1. Moisturize your face, hands, and more

Face and body lotion: Apply petroleum jelly after a shower. As an occlusive moisturizer, it prevents your skin from drying out. You can also use it for dry noses during cold or allergy season.

Cracked heels: Soak your feet in warm water with some salt added to it. Towel-dry thoroughly and apply petroleum jelly and clean cotton socks.

Improve your gardening hands: After washing and drying, use some petroleum jelly and a clean pair of gloves to help lock in moisture and accelerate healing.

Chapped lips: Apply to chapped lips as you would any chap stick.

  1. Help for pet paws

Your dog’s pad skin can crack and produce a great deal of discomfort. Clean their paws with cotton gauze, dry, and apply the petroleum jelly. Ideally this should be done after a walk or when your pet is resting.

  1. Prevent diaper rash

Petroleum jelly has been shown to reduce the incidence of diaper rash in babies. Clean and towel-dry your little one’s skin properly before applying. Petroleum jelly will form a protective barrier that will help protect the skin from constant exposure to moisture. Make an appointment with the doctor if there is a persistent rash.

  1. Remove eye makeup

Oil is an effective way to remove makeup, and petroleum jelly is safe to use in the eye area, according to a study on eye ultrasounds. Use a cotton pad or Q-tip (for hard to reach areas), and press gently without tugging too hard on your skin. Make sure to close your eyes as you wipe. Some people also swear by using it on crow’s feet lines.

  1. Save split ends

Sun and wind exposure as well as pool water can dry up your hair. Petroleum jelly can reduce the look of split ends and add shine to your hair. Rub a small amount of jelly between your palms and apply to hair ends.

  1. Prevent skin stains from hair dye or nail polish

Apply petroleum jelly along your hairline to prevent hair dye from staining your skin. This also works if you like to paint your nails at home. A barrier of petroleum jelly is easy to wipe away when you’re done.

  1. Preserve perfume scents

Using petroleum jelly as a base for your perfume can help it last longer.

  1. Use as lube for stuck objects

If a ring is stuck on your finger, put some petroleum jelly on your finger, making sure you get some around and under the ring. This will help the ring slip off your finger.

For door hinges, apply a bit of jelly right on the hinge and swing the door a few times to spread evenly. Wipe off the excess.

 

24
Apr

Petroleum Jelly Market Report

Petroleum Jelly Market Report

Petroleum Jelly Market Analysis Report contains all Analytical and Statistical brief about Market Overview, Growth, Demand and Forecast Research with penetrating overview and solution in the complex world of Petroleum Jelly Industry.Global Petroleum Jelly Market 2019 report presents the global market share (sales and revenue) of key companies in the Petroleum Jelly business. This report presents a comprehensive overview, market shares, and growth opportunities of Petroleum Jelly market by product type, application, key manufacturers and key regions and countries. This report mainly introduces volume and value market share by players, by regions, by product type, by consumers and their price change details.

Market Segment by Type petroleum jelly, covers:

Pharmaceutical Grade, Cosmetic Grade, Industrial Grade

 

Market Segment by petroleum jelly Applications can be divided into:

Cosmetics, Personal Care Products, Pharmaceutical

 

Petroleum Jelly Market highlights the following key factors:

  • Petroleum Jelly Market Overview
  • Petroleum Jelly Production, Consumption, Export, Import by Regions (2012-2018)
  • Petroleum Jelly Market Status and SWOT Analysis by Regions
  • Competitive Landscape
  • New Project Feasibility Analysis
  • Industry Barriers and New Entrants SWOT Analysis
  • Analysis and Suggestions on New Project Investment

Based on the Petroleum Jelly industrial chain, this report mainly elaborates the definition, types, applications and major players of Petroleum Jelly market in details. Deep analysis about market status (2014-2019), enterprise competition pattern, advantages and disadvantages of enterprise products, industry development trends (2019-2024), regional industrial layout characteristics and macroeconomic policies, industrial policy has also be included. From raw materials to downstream buyers of this industry will be analyzed scientifically, the feature of product circulation and sales channel will be presented as well. In a word, this report will help you to establish a panorama of industrial development and characteristics of the Petroleum Jelly market.

Major Regions play a vital role in Petroleum Jelly market are:

  • North America
  • Europe
  • China
  • Japan
  • Middle East and Africa
  • India
  • South America
  • Others