Why is petroleum jelly an effective make up remover?

are there properties of petroleum jelly that make it work? 😀

2 Responses to “Why is petroleum jelly an effective make up remover?”

  1. kdsmm Says:

    One of the best moisturizers you can use is white petroleum jelly — particularly on the very roughest, toughest areas of skin, such as heels, elbows, and knees. And if you’ve ever heard that old wives’ tale about drenching feet in Vaseline and then donning a pair of white cotton socks — well, it’s not a myth and it really can dramatically change the way your feet look and feel, almost overnight.

  2. aine2u Says:

    You can use it. I find that baby oil and almond oil works well. I have never used petroleum jelly. I use the oils and then use a cotton ball with water to make sure I got all of it off.