Saturday, April 14, 2012

Get your Waxelene on!

If you've noticed the tagline for SaMiE Designs, you'll notice it says: If it's crafty, green, thrifty, easy or fun, we're in. Living green is so important, we listed in second! So it's no surprise that I am excited to be offering a great new review and giveaway of a great, all-natural product. Waxelene, an all-natural petroleum jelly alternative, is made from only four products, and they're all pronounceable! 

Waxelene is made from organic soybean oil, 100% natural beeswax, organic rosemary oil, and 100% natural vitamin E oil. Waxelene has so many uses, it's almost a one-stop beauty product. Some of the many uses include: soothing and moisturizing dry skin, smoothing out chapped lips, relieving diaper irritation, preventing stains around the hairline during at-home dye jobs, and even reducing the appearance of split and dead ends. 

I really enjoyed using this product. One of my big tests of quality was using the Waxelene during my roller derby practices with the Jackson Hole Juggernauts. I had been having a tough time with my lips drying during practice and dabbing a little bit of Waxelene of my lips beforehand worked like a charm! I also used Waxelene on patches of dry skin, and it left my skin feeling silky and smooth. I am anxious to try it the next time I dye my hair too!

It is with great pleasure and excitement that I am able to offer, via Waxelene and Mom Blog Society, a giveaway for a 2 oz. jar of Waxelene. Use the rafflecopter below to enter this giveaway. While you're at it, visit Waxelene on their website, , Facebook, or Twitter. Tell them SaMiE Designs sent ya!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Mom Blog Society Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
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  1. I learned that it's multi purpose, moisturizing but also like petroleum jelly!

  2. I learned Waxelene is available at Whole Foods. I'll look for it there.



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