Eco-friendly skin care, Waxelene, the must-have beauty product that made the jump to major retailers over the summer is pleased to announce that it is now being sold in select CVS/pharmacy stores, bringing the total count of retail outlets carrying this popular petroleum jelly substitute to over 8000.
Waxelene, the eco-friendly petroleum jelly alternative enjoys many similar soothing skin care benefits, such as protecting, waterproofing and moisturizing the skin, however it contains no petroleum or hydrogenated oils and uses sustainable packaging; no plastic only recycled glass jars.
All natural ingredients are used in Waxelene such as beeswax, vitamin E oil, rosemary oil, and organic soy oil that moisturize and protect the skin without clogging the pores.
Waxelene, like petroleum jelly, has many uses for the skin, with one major difference, it is an organic, beauty product created with the health and eco conscious consumer in mind.
- Lip balm to soothe, protect and moisturize chapped lips.
- Makeup removal.
- Nail treatment to prevent hangnails and strengthen the nail bed.
- Skin moisturizer.
- Body scrub. Combine with sugar for an at-home spa treatment.
- Eye shadow primer.
- Styling gel (use sparingly).
- Dye repellant. Use around the hairline when coloring the hair.
Summer is fast approaching, and bringing with it some of the most challenging skin issues of the year, therefore Waxelene created a Summer Skin Care Guide offering tips on how to care of your skin during this sometimes harsh, but wonderful time of the year.
Waxelene, the eco-friendly skin care and must-have beauty product can now be found at CVS, located locally on Long Island in Elmont, Garden City, Lynbrook and Oceanside, to name a few. Call the CVS nearest you to make sure Waxelene is in stock.
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