Sunday, February 12, 2012


Those of you who grew up with me know that my all time favorite eye make-up remover is Vaseline. For sleep overs, cheerleading competitions, and formal dances, it was a staple. Vaseline is pretty random and common right?! The best part is its cheap and sold everywhere! It even comes in travel sizes!

I have found that it is the most gentle remover you will ever lay your hands on. Not only does it not irritate my eyes, it gently removes mascara (even waterproof) with out doing damage to my lashes in the process. You all should try it! Just be careful you don't get it all over your face. Some websites claim that it won't clog your pores but I'm not so sure about that. =)

So here are my top 5 favorite uses for Vaseline! Try them out and let me know what you think!

1. My favorite use is for taking off your eye make-up at night. Rub the smallest amount on your lashes and then wipe it off with warm water. Your mascara or false eyelashes seriously slide right off! Plus the Vaseline leaves a healthy, conditioning layer on your lashes while you sleep!

2. Try using it to soften dry and cracked elbows/hands.

3. Use it to soften dry cuticles.

4. For kissable, luscious lips, spread some on your lips overnight as well!

5. You can use it to prevent spray-tan streaks: Rub all over the backs of your knees, ankles and hands to fight frightening spray tan lines.


  1. Ha! Vaseline is totally my favorite beauty product! I've always used it to remove my eye makeup and have yet to find anything that works better!

  2. Oh, and I am going to need some advice on how to do Gracie's curly hair -- like what types of products to use. It's easy now and I don't do anything to it, but I know that a little product can go a long way to keep curls cute!

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  3. hey!! im glad you use vaseline too! Its nice to know im not the only crazy one!

    I think a really light hold mousse would work great for Gracie! You could just run it through her curls when its still a little damp! It would be strong enough to define the curls but not make them crunchy!!