Unpetroleum Jelly Product Reviews
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 (7 Reviews)
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All AA naturals should be using this :)
I have trouble with VERY DRY hair and this has proven to do wonders for retaining moisture in not only my hair but my lips, hands, feet, you get the picture :D
This is a nice petroleum jelly. It appears a little gritty but it goes on smoothly. I have used it and it works as well as petroleum jelly so I am happy.
Excellent for mixes, adds volume. But don't use too much!
Unpetroleum Jelly is awesome
This product is excellent and is well priced. I use it to make an all natural holding pomade that my customers love. Thanks Camden Grey! Time and again you outdo yourself...!
I was looking for something just like this. I thought I would have to make my own but this unscented base is just what I need to make a nice skin serum, a hair pomade and I can't wait to try it in a few other things. It takes the place of petroleum and I love the feel of it.
A staple in my hair regime.
I ordered this product in a subsequent Camden order and it has since become a staple. As a new 'natural' girl, I have to have this product to use in hair styling recipes, as I do not use mineral oil or petroleum based products on my hair. It looks just like petroleum jelly but doesn't leave the heavy, oily feel of petroleum jelly. When used in hair butter recipes, my hair responds very well to this product. There's a noticable difference in my hair when I don't use it. This product doesn't clog my hair follicles or weight my hair down and it adds tremendous shine to my hair. I can not run out of this product ever again - it's a staple.
Uses For Unpetroleum Jelly
My extended family is very fond of the old fashioned 'Black Drawing Salve' of years ago. I use this formula and add lanolin,activated charcoal,and bentonite clay to make a batch. Everyone loves it. Per 1/2 cup of salve, only 1/2 teaspoon of charcoal is needed and 2 teaspoons of clay, depending on the drawing power you need.