Waxelene Review

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Reviewer: Hayley, A Beautiful Exchange Website: http://www.abeautifulexchangeblog.com/waxelene-review/ In last month’s Cara box, my awesome partner sent me a jar of this stuff. I am a sucker for any kind of lip or skin moisturizer so I couldn’t wait to try it. When I opened it up, it seriously made me think of a day at the spa. Don’t ask why. Besides smelling really great, it is totally natural and 100% organic. I have been using this stuff for all kinds of things. Their website gives a lovely little list, just in case you aren’t sure what you can do with your jar. Here’s a few things I have used my Waxelene for: -Moisturizing my lips (duh) -Moisturizing my feet (I put a bunch on and then wore socks to bed. You would not believe how soft it made my lil’ toesies) -Softened my cuticles -Removed makeup -Applied to razor burn (I got horrible razor burn the other day because my razor sucks and it was super cold in the bathroom when I was shaving. The Waxelene totally soothed the itching and burning, plus it made my legs really soft) -Added texture to makeup (professional artists will often times use Vaseline to create a dewy look with an eyeshadow. I tried it with Waxelene and it worked great. Let me know if you’d like to hear more about this look!) In case I haven’t provided you with enough inspiration on the many ways you can use Waxelene, you can head over to their website and check out what they have to say. They mention that you can even use it as a moisturizer for your face (because it is aerated), but I would not recommend doing this. Especially if you have sensitive skin! Either way, you should definitely get you a little jar of this stuff! It will be well worth your money. You can buy it directly from their website, Amazon, or from CVS, Bed Bath and Beyond, Whole Foods, and many more. You can go here to find the closest retailer to you!