... ingredients such as antioxidants, grape seed oil or dimethicone, which helps keep your skin hydrated. For very dry, cracked skin, petrolatum-based products are preferable. They have more staying ...
www.mayoclinic.com/print/moisturizers/SN00042/METHOD=print - External Health Links
Dimethicone Mineral oil Paraffins (waxes) Petrolatum Various alcohols
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002708.htm - Medical Encyclopedia
Hand Eczema (National Eczema Association for Science and Education)
... out to be petroleum jelly, also known as petrolatum (Vaseline is one brand, and there are others ... have hand eczema. When in doubt, use plain petrolatum. It only has one ingredient. What about “alternative” ...
www.nationaleczema.org/living-with-eczema/hand-eczema - External Health Links
... on the eyelashes, careful application of ophthalmic-grade petrolatum ointment (only available by prescription) to the eyelid ... a day for 10 days is effective. Regular petrolatum (e.g., Vaseline)* should not be used because ...
www.cdc.gov/parasites/lice/pubic/treatment.html - External Health Links
Immediately after the procedure, antibiotic or white petrolatum ointment with an overlying dressing will be applied. ... soap and water. A Band-Aid® with white petrolatum or antibiotic ointment can be used on a ...
www.skinsight.com/cosmetics/electrodesiccation.htm - External Health Links
age, can help the skin hold water. Dimethicone and glycerin help
draw water to the skin and keep it there. Lanolin, mineral oil,
and petrolatum (also known as petroleum jelly) effectively trap
www.skincarephysicians.com/agingskinnet/winter_skin.html - External Health Links