Vaseline Can Be Used For So Much? by Kaitlin Schmitt - Musely
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Vaseline Can Be Used For So Much?

posted in Beauty
  • Vaseline costs about five dollars and has a nearly infinite number of uses.

  • #1. Prep Skin for Fragrance

    Moisturized skin holds scent better, so rub some Vaseline on your pulse points before you spritz to make your fragrance last longer.

  • #2. Smooth Hair

    Use Vaseline to tame frizz and seal dry split ends, and even to keep unruly eyebrows in place.

  • #3. As an Instant Highlighter

    Swap your highlighter for Vaseline. Just dab a small amount on the high points of your face for a dewy, naturally luminous glow. Slide a bit down your shins to make your legs glow too.

  • #4. Remove Makeup Stains From Clothing

    With a damp washcloth, Vaseline can be used to lift makeup stains from your clothes as well as pillows, blankets, and sheets.

  • #5. Get a Mess-Free Manicure

    Apply Vaseline to your cuticles before polishing your nails to keep color off of the skin around your nails. You’ll get a perfect manicure—minus the clean-up.

  • #6. Soothe Dry Skin

    Smooth Vaseline over cracked heels or dry elbows, slip on a pair of socks, go to sleep, and wake up to healthy, hydrated skin.

  • #7. Customize Your Cosmetics

    Turn any of your favorite loose pigments into cream eye shadow or blush by mixing them with Vaseline. You can also make a tinted lip balm this way.

  • #8. As Clear Mascara

    If you’re embracing the no-makeup look, trade in your mascara for Vaseline. Smooth it over your lashes for a fuller set of dark, glossy eyelashes. Bonus tip: Vaseline also makes a great lash conditioner.

  • #9. Polish Shoes

    Scuffed shoes? Buff a little Vaseline onto boots, shoes, bags, and any other leather goods that need polishing.

  • #10. Achieve the Perfect Tan

    Use a small amount of Vaseline on dry spots before applying self-tanner. It will act as a barrier, preventing streaks and stains in areas it would otherwise cling to. Apply it around the hairline before applying at-home color to prevent hair dye stains too.

  • #11. As a Gentle Eye Makeup Remover

    Makeup remover can be expensive and tough on your eyes. Vaseline is an inexpensive option that easily and gently removes eyeliner, mascara, shadow, and even any eyelash glue that your falsies leave behind.

  • #12. Help Stubborn Studs Glide In

    If you don’t wear earrings very often, those holes can become troublesome. Rub Vaseline over your ear lobes and the earring first to help it slide in painlessly. Vaseline also takes off stuck-on rings.

  • #13. Make a DIY Scrub

    Dry lips? Add a bit of sugar to your Vaseline to make your own lip scrub. Or mix it with sea salt, and use the mixture in the shower as a body scrub with moisturizing benefits.

  • I use these almost everyday I love Vaseline so much and I don't know what I would do without it.


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