Petroleum jelly is a byproduct of the oil refining process that is created from the leftover heavy crude oil after the distillation of gasoline and kerosene. It has a waxy texture, is colorless and odorless, and repels water. Petroleum jelly is a hydrophobic substance that repels water, making it a great barrier to lock in moisture and stop the skin from drying out. Also, it is non-comedogenic, which means that it won’t clog pores or lead to acne, making it perfect for those with sensitive skin.

PetroNaft Company provides industrial, medical, and cosmetic grades of Petroleum Jelly or Vaseline. Petroleum Jelly, often known as Vaseline, is a mixture of mineral oils and waxes that forms a semisolid jelly-like material. Medical-grade Petroleum Jelly has several applications, such as treating burns and wounds, keeping the skin moist, and curing skin rashes, among others. This product’s cosmetic grade is the most effective ingredient in skincare products, lotions, and makeup removers. The industrial grade of Petroleum Jelly differs somewhat from the other grades. Its color is yellow, while the color of the other classes is white. Industrial Petroleum Jelly has several applications, including coating corrosion-prone objects, conditioning leather, moisturizing plastic, etc.


Petro Naft Company, as one of the suppliers of petroleum jelly, exports the highest-quality Petroleum Jelly / Vaseline in different types and grades from Iran, Turkey, and the UAE to other countries around the world.

  • Iran Petroleum Jelly / Iran Vaseline
  • Turkey Petroleum Jelly / Turkey Vaseline
  • UAE Petroleum Jelly / UAE Vaseline


 In the 19th century, oil industry employees treated their wounds and burns using oil. Robert Chesbrough developed Petroleum Jelly cream in 1872 and patented it under the trade name Vaseline. The term Vaseline is derived from the German word for water, “Wasser,” and the Greek word for olive oil, “elation.”

Robert Chesbrough tested Petroleum Jelly oil from oil extraction to generate Vaseline-branded health items until 1987, when Unilever obtained a US patent and began manufacturing the product. Vaseline has been used in many regions of the globe for over 140 years. This product is not a face moisturizer since it functions as a blocking agent. Its primary function is to retain moisture in the skin, or to prevent the loss of moisture. In addition to generating a covering layer, it protects the skin from irritation or harm.


Petroleum jelly is commonly known by various other names, depending on the country and the manufacturer. Some of the common names include petrolatum, mineral oil jelly, paraffin jelly, petroleum gel, soft paraffin, and Vaseline (a trademark name owned by Unilever).


Petroleum jelly is produced by two main processes, the solvent refining process and the microcrystalline wax process. The solvent refining process involves the use of solvents such as propane and butane to remove impurities and refine the petroleum jelly. This process produces white petroleum jelly, which is the purest and most refined form. The microcrystalline wax process, on the other hand, involves the use of a mixture of petroleum waxes and oils to produce a petroleum jelly with a higher melting point. This process produces yellow petroleum jelly, which is less refined than white petroleum jelly but has a wider range of applications in various industries.

Petro Naft petroleum jelly / Vaseline production plant



Petroleum Jelly, petrolatum, or mineral fat, sometimes known as Vaseline, is derived from the purification of heavy petroleum oils that are the residue of distillation at 360 degrees Fahrenheit. Also available on the market are yellow or brown Vaselines that are unfit for medicinal usage. Light cannot flow through Vaseline, and it exhibits a faint glow, particularly when melted. It is odorless and tasteless, although when heated, a faint odor may sometimes be detected. By removing a small portion of it with a rod, it may be stretched into a string. It can be mentioned about the specifications of Petroleum Jelly that it has a specific gravity of between 830 and 900 at 20 degrees Celsius and melts between 38 and 42 degrees. The penetration value, which is a measure of its consistency, ranges from 100 to 300.


The chemical formula for petroleum jelly is C15H30, and its CAS number is 8009-03-8. The HS code for petroleum jelly is 2712.90.00, which is the code for petroleum jelly, paraffin wax, microcrystalline wax, slack wax, ozokerite, lignite wax, peat wax, and other mineral waxes.


Petroleum jelly has various properties that make it suitable for different applications. Some of its properties include its high melting point, water-repellent properties, non-comedogenic nature, and excellent stability. It is also non-toxic, hypoallergenic, and odorless, making it safe for use on the skin.


Petroleum jelly has numerous advantages, including its ability to lock in moisture and prevent the skin from drying out. It is also a cost-effective solution for various skin conditions and is readily available in most drugstores. Petroleum jelly is also versatile, as it can be used in various industries, from cosmetics to pharmaceuticals to engineering.


Petroleum jelly is typically safe for use on the skin, but there are several things to keep in mind. It should not be used to cuts or skin that has been damaged since it might trap germs and lead to an infection. Moreover, you should avoid getting it in your eyes since it could irritate them. Keep petroleum jelly out of the reach of children and keep it in a cold, dry location.


Petroleum jelly, often called petrolatum, is a combination of hydrocarbons that is semi-solid and was originally made from petroleum. It comes in a variety of grades, kinds, and forms that are utilized for diverse purposes. The most popular varieties of petroleum jelly are listed below:


Medical Petroleum Jelly, or Medical Vaseline, is used in the production of topical medications such as burn ointment, bed sore treatment lotion, and sterilizing creams, among others. For therapeutic usage, it must meet specific criteria since contamination and pathogenic substances are potentially harmful to the patient. Additionally, it is utilized on open wounds. As previously stated, the manufacture and consumption of this product occur under very sterile and hygienic circumstances. This type of petroleum jelly is highly purified and meets the standards set by the United States Pharmacopeia (USP).


Cosmetic Petroleum Jelly, or Cosmetic Vaseline, is considered a safe fat since it undergoes many purification processes and can retain water for an extended period of time. Consumed as a result, it is useful for hydrating skin tissue and curing dry, damaged skin. This substance is used in the creation of hand and face creams, soap, cleansers, lubricants, burn lotions, and deodorants; it is entirely white and odorless with a greasy, semi-transparent look. Vaseline may also be used directly on the skin to treat dry skin, cracked hands and feet, rough knees and elbows, chapped lips, wrinkles under the eyes, etc. as an affordable moisturizing and softening oil.


When industrial Petroleum Jelly is generated by the refining of crude oil, it includes odorous and disagreeable components and lipids, and its color is often brown or yellow. There is a chance of contamination and pathogenic agents in this oil, making it unsuitable for use in health applications, notably in the creation of medications and topical creams. It is used primarily as a lubricant and industrial coating. Over time, equipment and valves get corroded and degraded. In addition to lubricating and forming a proper covering, Petroleum Jelly never hardens and permits frequent inspections, making it the most cost-effective and effective method for protecting these items. In addition, Petroleum Jelly combined with rock shield tape is the optimum covering for heat transmission equipment such as splits and valves made of polyurethane insulation that cannot be pierced.

drums of petroleum jelly / vaseline


1- Uses of Petroleum Jelly for lips:

If your lips are dry and flaky, Petroleum Jelly cream may be used as a scrape to remove dead skin cells. Mix Vaseline and sugar, then massage the mixture into the lips and wipe with a cloth. Alternately, you may apply a coating of the material to your lips, wait a few times, and then remove the shells with a clean toothbrush. Environmental variables such as chilly winds or scorching sun rapidly dehydrate the lips. It may protect the delicate skin around the mouth. In addition, Petroleum Jelly has no flavorings or scents, so it should not cause adverse reactions. Due to their great softening capacity and high fat content, the product’s lip benefits are so extensive that you may have never heard of them. Furthermore, the product may be used for a variety of reasons.

2- Uses of Petroleum Jelly for skin:

This coating layer acts as a barrier and dramatically minimizes moisture loss from the skin. Some studies indicate that Vaseline is superior to olive oil and other mineral oils, such as lanolin or wool fat (a yellow wax made from animal wool glands). According to these theories, the primary function of Vaseline is to prevent moisture loss in the skin. Therefore, if you want Vaseline to moisturize your face and other areas of your body, it is best to choose more efficient Petroleum Jelly cream products. For instance, Aquaphor is a viable option. Lanolin and sericin are used in the production of Aquaphor, which differentiates it from other Vaseline. In addition to blocking, Aquaphor provides a moisturizing effect when applied. Petroleum Jelly (Vaseline) is highly recommended for equatorial and tropical locations that are exposed to UV exposure.

Vaseline aids in extending the longevity of a fragrance’s scent. Apply a little amount to pulse points on the body (such as the back of the ears, wrists, and knees) and then apply your favorite fragrance. This cream absorbs the aroma and prolongs its duration.

3-For baby (Protect the eyes of the infant from shampoo foam):

When bathing your infant, apply some of the lotions to his or her eyebrows. This eliminates shampoo residue from the baby’s eyes and makes bath time more enjoyable.

4- Uses of Petroleum Jelly for burns and wounds:

Vaseline is a refined organic oil derived from crude oil. PJ has several uses in the cosmetics and medicine industries. It is a coating oil that keeps moisture from escaping, making it the ideal ingredient for moisturizing creams. However, is Vaseline beneficial for burns?

4-1- Burns often manifest in two forms:

  • Burns internal to the body

Sweat glands are obstructed by perspiration and perspiration, which are obstructed by heat and surface pressure on the skin, and sweat droplets fall under the epidermis. In this form of burn, the epidermis remains unharmed and no open wounds are produced. Creams with a certain amount of fat, such as Vaseline, are often recommended to treat this condition.

  • Burn from External Heat

Damage to the layers of the skin and open sores. These injuries are classed as first, second-, and third-degree burns, and they all include destruction of the epidermis and the formation of open wounds. Typically, these burns are followed by discharge or blood, and an infection may develop.

4-2 Is this effective for treating burns?

Because wounds do not open, there is little risk of infection, and blood and secretions are not considered wounds. Vaseline-containing lotions are often used for sweating or having a seabed. Due to its high fat content and ability to minimize skin friction and contact, Petroleum Jelly helps expedite the treatment of sweat burns. In contrast, this is not the case with external burn wounds that occur in the superficial layers of the injured skin and open sores. The most effective technique to decrease burns and pain in the early stages is to apply cold water to the affected region to lower the area’s temperature. Putting any fat similar to the material specified on the burn site has the following drawbacks:

As a covering, it restricts the release of blood and fluids but does not lower the high temperature of the wound site. It is not sterile and is more prone to getting contaminated if used in a burning environment. It stops air from accessing the area and dries out the wound’s fluids.

This product should not be used as a main therapy for superficial or deep burns since it may be harmful. Remember, if you have burns on your skin, it is advisable to wash the afflicted area with lots of cold water and then see a physician; never use butter or other fats to cure burns.

5-Retention of skin moisture using Petroleum Jelly cream:

Another benefit of the face cream is its ability to retain moisture in the skin. In addition, Vaseline is a pure product that lacks substances that might cause skin issues. Before bed, you may apply a thin coating of Vaseline to your face to restore the skin’s natural hydration and smoothness.

Mother greasing her child's hand with Vaseline or petroleum jelly

6- Accelerating the healing of small cuts and scrapes using PJ cream:

It serves as a barrier for the face skin and blocks the desired area or boundary. In this manner, the healing process is facilitated. In addition, this protective layer stops microorganisms from entering the healing wound.

7- Rosacea improved with Petroleum Jelly cream:

Petroleum Jelly cream is a derivative of Petroleum Jelly, a mixture of minerals and waxes. Rosacea is a prevalent inflammatory skin condition. The reasons and symptoms of this pain might vary greatly from one individual to the next. Several investigations and dermatology studies have shown that blockers such as this cream have a beneficial impact on this problem. The protective and blocking layer it produces on red and irritated skin might hasten its recovery.

8- Psoriasis symptoms are alleviated with Petroleum Jelly cream:

This is the result of overactive skin cells. Symptoms of psoriasis include scaling, redness, inflammation, and itching of the skin. Those with dry skin are more susceptible to the condition. The use of Petroleum Jelly to the affected regions might help lessen or ameliorate these symptoms. It may not be practical to apply Vaseline every day for a variety of reasons, but it is typically sufficient to help preserve moisture and alleviate discomfort.

9- Delaying aging skin signs with Petroleum Jelly cream:

Some investigations indicate that Petroleum Jelly regulates the activity of skin surface peptides [a polymeric peptide formed by the covalent bonding of two or more amino acids]. Peptides are one of the primary ingredients found in popular skin aesthetics and skin tightening lotions.

10-Protects skin during hair coloring with Petroleum Jelly cream:

Frequently, while coloring hair, portions of the skin get colored as well, which may be irritating. By applying it to the top of the forehead, behind the ears, and the neck, the color will not spread to the skin and will no longer be a cause for worry.

11- Heel cracking is improved using Petroleum Jelly cream:

Before bed, apply a small amount of cream to your heels and wear socks. This has a substantial impact on treating leg cramps.

12- Uses of Petroleum Jelly for acne:

It is one of the cheapest and most widely used compounds that may be used as a treatment for many skin and hair issues, since this beneficial medication is readily accessible in almost all pharmacies. This essay will present you with a wonderful characteristic of this chemical, the removal of facial acne. Before discussing the therapeutic effects of Petroleum Jelly cream for zits, it is essential to understand their causes. Acne is one of the most frequent ailments that everyone has encountered at some point in their lives. Acne is a skin condition characterized by the buildup of black and white heads of fat under the skin.

Age and puberty are the root causes of certain zits, and many adolescents are affected by this condition. Hormonal anomalies and changes in the body, as well as the use of certain improper drugs and diets, such as fats, fast food, non-standard cosmetics, and stress, are the primary causes of this issue. The most popular method for treating acne is to eliminate the causative factor. However, some causes are treatable. Men with acne-prone skin may use it to hydrate their skin before shaving. This may prevent pus and skin abrasions on the surface of the skin. Residue makeup on the skin’s surface is one of the most significant causes of acne on the skin’s surface. Therefore, you may remove some of the residual cosmetics by saturating some cotton with the substance.

One of the finest times to use PJ cream is after a bath. Allow the product to infiltrate the open pores of the skin by remaining on the skin for ten minutes after applying it to a skin area with boils and covering it with plastic and a warm cloth. Then, wipe the Vaseline onto the skin using a clean towel.

13- Petroleum Jelly for a stylish appearance Lines around the eyes and on the face:

It is a very effective skin moisturizer that may be used to prevent and repair facial wrinkles and creases. Every night before bed, thoroughly cleanse and dry the skin, then blend some of the products with honey and egg whites, apply to the face and eye area, and massage for 20 minutes, then rinse with cold water.

A woman using Vaseline or petroleum jelly for her feet

14- Eye therapy for obscurity:

Petroleum Jelly cream is effective for treating dark eye puffiness and under-eye puffiness. Mix a few drops of lemon juice with the cream and apply it gently to the under-eye region. After one hour, rinse with cold water.

15- Treatment for dry skin:

Applying Vaseline on your face can improve the appearance of your dry, dull skin and protect it from the sun’s everyday rays. In addition, PJ has a rejuvenating effect and may be used on dry skin on the hands.

16- How to apply Vaseline to the eyebrows?

First, wash your face and remove any makeup or impurities. After cleansing the face with warm or cold water, pat it dry with a fresh towel. In two methods, Vaseline may be applied to the development of the eyebrows. In the first procedure, use a sponge or mascara to apply a little quantity of Vaseline to the eyebrows. Proceed from the inside to the outside of the eyebrow. Permit Vaseline to permeate and highlight the eyebrow hairs. This will moisturize the brows. Ideally, this should be done before sleep so that the Vaseline may affect the eyebrows overnight, and the face should be washed with lukewarm water in the morning.

In addition to the aforementioned approach, which is the simplest, there is a second method that uses Vaseline and olive oil to create a thickening and thickening eyebrow mask. Combine a half teaspoon of Vaseline with a few drops of olive oil in a small dish and apply to the eyebrows. Olive oil is a natural humectant.

17- Use Vaseline to protect the nails:

Even if you are averse to applying PJ on your face or elsewhere, apply it to your nails every evening before bed. The cream is essential to avoid the splitting of the nails and the drying of the toes.

18- Ease of opening nail polish bottles:

Take a tiny piece of linen and saturate it with Vaseline. Wrap the cloth around the inside component and then fasten it shut. This makes it simple to open.

19- Prevent water from entering the ear canal:

If you swim often, employ this strategy to prevent ear cramps. Apply Vaseline on a little linen handkerchief and shape it to resemble a bullet, small enough to fit in the ear. This will prevent the pool water from reaching the ears. Vaseline has several further applications. Including bags with glitter and leather footwear. Vaseline may be used to lubricate and unlock hinges. Petroleum Jelly is often used on the thighs and armpits of professional sportsmen to avoid issues.

20- It removes eye makeup:

Since Vaseline is an oil-based product, it effectively removes almost all types of makeup. In addition, unlike other makeup removers, Vaseline is safe for use near the eyes. It is especially effective in removing waterproof mascara. Once a sunburn has occurred, Petroleum Jelly cream is inappropriate. When your face is sunburned, it is not advisable to use PJ cream. We must not forget that it is a crude oil product, which means it might block heat and exacerbate sunburn symptoms. This material is labeled on a container or carton for the treatment of small burns; use natural therapies such as aloe vera for sunburn.

* When utilizing this product, occasional allergic reactions have been documented. If you have an allergy to crude oil, you should not use Vaseline. The easiest strategy to prevent becoming allergic is to use unscented Vaseline, since some skin types are not sensitive to petroleum compounds but do react to the smell of such products.

Taking some vaseline/petroleum jelly from the vaseline container for use


Uses of Petroleum Jelly (industrial grade) are as follows:

1- Covering:

Petroleum Jelly is used to protect equipment and surfaces that are susceptible to corrosion and rust, such as metal surfaces and steel rods, from moisture.

2- Polishing and oiling:

Petroleum Jelly can be used to polish and protect timber and leather goods, such as purses and shoes, as well as to produce a glossy and attractive surface.

3- Lubrication:

Non-acidic fats, such as Petroleum Jelly, paraffin wax, and glycerin, are inexpensive and appropriate lubricants for zippers, drawers, vehicle components, and industrial machinery; they are also used as light lubricating greases and anti-seize assembly greases.

4- Petroleum coating is the most effective and least costly solution for valves and equipment that requires periodic maintenance and repairs.

This coating has never solidified and can be quickly opened and closed again, so frequent inspections and repairs are not hindered by its usage to prevent corrosion over a long period of time.


The top producing countries of petroleum jelly are the United States, China, India, Japan, and South Korea. These countries have well-established petroleum refining industries and produce large quantities of petroleum jelly for both domestic and international markets.


The top importing countries of petroleum jelly are the United States, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and Japan. These countries import large quantities of petroleum jelly for various applications in their respective industries.


The top exporting countries of petroleum jelly are the United States, China, South Korea, Germany, and the United Kingdom. These countries export large quantities of petroleum jelly to various countries around the world.


The price of petroleum jelly is affected by various factors, including the cost of crude oil, refining costs, transportation costs, and supply and demand. The price of petroleum jelly is largely determined by the price of crude oil. As crude oil is the primary raw material used in the production of petroleum jelly, any fluctuations in the price of crude oil can impact the price of the final product.

Another factor that affects the price of petroleum jelly is the cost of refining. The refining process involves removing impurities and adjusting the properties of the petroleum jelly to meet specific requirements. The cost of refining varies depending on the complexity of the process, the quality of the raw materials, and the efficiency of the equipment used.

Transportation costs are also a significant factor in determining the price of petroleum jelly. As the product is produced in various locations around the world, the cost of transporting it to its final destination can be significant. The cost of transportation is affected by various factors, such as the distance between the production site and the market, the mode of transportation used, and the cost of fuel.

The price of petroleum jelly is affected by a number of factors, including supply and demand. If the demand for the product is great and the supply is limited, the price of petroleum jelly will climb. Conversely, if the demand is low and the supply is large, the price will decline.


  • Medical Petroleum Jelly is usually packed in new 175-kg steel drums. But we can provide other packing types for esteemed customers, such as second-hand drums, Iso Tank and Flexi Tank.
  • Cosmetic Petroleum Jelly is usually packed in new 175-kg steel drums and new PE drums. But we can provide other packing types for esteemed customers, such as second-hand drums, Iso Tank and Flexi Tank.
  • Industrial Petroleum Jelly is usually packed in new or used 175 kg drums, ISO tanks, and Flexi tanks.

Petroleum jelly Transportation and Storage

Petroleum jelly is typically transported in bulk using tankers or drums. The product is loaded onto the tanker or drum and transported to its destination. The transportation process is carefully controlled to ensure that the product is not contaminated or exposed to adverse conditions that could affect its quality.

Once the product reaches its destination, it is stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and sources of heat. The storage area should be clean and free from contaminants to prevent the product from being contaminated.

Petronaft provides Petroleum Jelly / Vaseline of the best quality in a variety of types and grades and exports them from Iran, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates to other nations worldwide.

  • Petroleum Jelly Iran / Vaseline Iran
  • Petroleum Jelly Turkey / Vaseline Turkey
  • Petroleum Jelly Emirates / Vaseline Emirates

For more information, please click on each product listed below.


Frequently Asked Questions About PETROLEUM JELLY

Petroleum Jelly is a translucent jelly consisting of a mixture of hydrocarbons and is used as a lubricant or ointment.

1- Treating burns and skin wounds:

Research demonstrates that Vaseline helps the skin retain moisture. Consequently, it is useful for treating moderate and moderately evident skin damage. Ensure that the area to which you are applying Vaseline is properly clean and sanitized. Otherwise, bacteria and other germs get trapped inside the skin, delaying the skin's healing process.

2- Hydrating the skin of the face, hands, and other body parts:

Face and body lotions, Apply Vaseline after bathing. As a potent moisturizer, Petroleum Jelly protects the skin from drying out. Additionally, Vaseline may be used to eliminate dry nose (due to cold or allergy).

Place the feet in a dish containing warm water and salt to treat cracked heels. After drying them with a towel, apply some Vaseline and put on a clean pair of cotton socks.

After washing and drying your hands, apply some Vaseline and put on a clean pair of gloves to help seal in moisture and accelerate the healing process.

Instead of lip balm, use Vaseline to lubricate chapped lips.

3- Remedy for dogs' dry paws:

Additionally, the paws of apartment dogs crack and give them great agony. Use sterile gauze to clean and dry the paw of your dog, then apply Vaseline. It is preferable to do this task after a stroll or while relaxing.

4- Preventing infant urine burns:

Vaseline helps prevent newborns' pee from burning. Wash the skin of your child's feet, pat them dry, and then apply Vaseline to them. Vaseline forms a barrier on the skin that prevents urine from coming into contact with the skin. Consult a physician immediately if the infant has a lengthy history of burning urine.

5- Eye makeup remover:

Since oil is an effective makeup remover and Vaseline is safe to use near the eyes, you may safely remove your eye makeup with Vaseline. Close your eyes while applying or removing makeup. Some ladies claim that Vaseline is also excellent for eliminating crow's feet lines.

6- Preventing frizz:

Swimming pool water and exposure to wind and light will dry the hair. Vaseline can treat frizzy hair (in appearance). Grease the palms with some Vaseline and massage the ends of the hair.

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True, Vaseline has several advantages, but it is only intended for exterior use. Avoid ingesting or consuming Vaseline orally. Never use Vaseline as a vaginal lubricant or for sexual relations. A study of 141 women revealed that 17% of them had used vaginal Vaseline and 40% had bacterial vaginosis.

Vaseline may cause a variety of adverse responses, such as:

1- Allergy:

Some individuals who use petroleum compounds are more sensitive and develop allergies. Always be on the lookout for symptoms of allergic reactions while using new goods.

2- Infection:

Before using Vaseline, thoroughly dry and cleanse the targeted area's skin; otherwise, fungal or bacterial infections may develop. Remember that if you touch the can of Vaseline with an infected hand or if you use Vaseline in the genital region, it is possible to contaminate the contents of the can.

3- Aspirational dangers:

Consult a physician before applying Vaseline to the regions around the nose. In particular, in young people, inhaling mineral oils may cause aspiration pneumonia.

4- Pore blockage:

Some individuals acquire boils using Vaseline. Before using Vaseline, your skin should be completely cleansed; this will lessen the likelihood of outbreaks.

Vaseline is a health product used directly or indirectly by the majority of people for skin protection. Although Vaseline and Petroleum Jelly have a shared ancestry, the issue arises as to what the distinction between these two compounds is. In actuality, Petroleum Jelly is the key component in the creation of Vaseline, with the exception that the purity of Vaseline is greater owing to its use in health applications, and it has undergone some kind of purifying procedure. However, Petroleum Jelly is mostly utilized for industrial reasons, and for health purposes, it is seldom ever used. Petroleum Jelly is yellow because it contains numerous contaminants, while Vaseline is white.

Vaseline is composed of pure and refined Petroleum Jelly, minerals, and microcrystal oil, and has a soft consistency. Petroleum Jelly is often referred to as petrolatum due to the inclusion of paraffin in its composition. Extracted Petroleum Jelly is a semitransparent, semisolid material containing hydrocarbons

Vaseline is often manufactured with lavender or baby powder-scented essential oils by companies that manufacture health goods. This permits its application to the skin and hair. On the other hand, Petroleum Jelly smells like oil or gas, which shows that the natural environment is its main source. 

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  1. Hello
    Do you also provide Snow White petroleum jelly? If yes, please provide an explanation.

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