Most popular similar offers

Sorted by Price

User reviews

Filter by
Review type
  • Reviews with images (2)
  • Quick reviews (1)
  • standard reviews (57)
Product rating
  • (50)
  • (7)
  • (1)
Sort by Helpfulness
  • Helpfulness
  • Product rating
  • Date

Excellent

ProCheap, lasts, hydrates lips & cures cuts, plenty m...

ConsSlightly sticky / greasy feeling & can't keep it o...

Vaseline Petroleum Jelly This has again, always been a product ready for use. It's never required very often, only when one of the family gets chapped & sore lips, a cut, burn or even, believe it or not, eczema! The little clear pot with the blue lid mostly spends it's time gathering dust in the...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProTons of uses- very versatile, cheap, one tub lasts...

ConsEr....?

Vaseline is a perfect, cheap alternative to moisturiser for all your dry bits and lips. It is 100% petroleum jelly with no colours, no fragrances- absolutely nothing added! Because of this, it is hypoallergenic and suitable for everyone to use- from babies right through to the elderly...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProVersatile

ConsSlimey

Things are looking bleak for yer old pal, Mara. A prominent Scottish Ciao member is threatening to burn my garage down if I post any more kiddie’s movie ops, a certain American luminary is trying to force me to be enigmatic. Soooooooo…I’m on the run after this opinion and April will be Lent as...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Multi-purpose wonder stuff”

published 07/06/2001

ProCheap, versatile

Cons?

Vaseline is the cheapest, most undervalued cosmetic that I know. Most people have used at one time or another but, once we're past puberty, it is usually relegated to use as a lip balm (unless you're into using it as lubricant... it rots condoms - enough said!). It does, in fact have hundreds of...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“It all began in 1859...”

published 12/09/2002

ProMany uses

ConsNo smell

For a long time now, everytime I have applied my vaseline, a question has stuck in the back of my mind...Where did the idea for Vaseline Petroleum Jelly come from? Then one day whilst surfing around on 'useless knowledge' sites, I found my answer: Robert Augustus Cheesebrough In 1859, when oil...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProUltra cheap, available all over, lots of uses

ConsDoesn't cure cancer. Yet....

While I’m learning new German words every day here, the frequency with which new English words make their way into my vocabulary is significantly slower. I can go days, weeks, months even without learning new words, but when I do you can bet it has something to do with an op. A month or so...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Super

“A beauty must have”

published 03/05/2014

Proworks well

Consnone

Vasline petroleum jelly.For as long as I can remember my mum had a jar of vaseliine in the medicine cupboard when we were kids and we used it all the time on our lips or skin etc and so when I was an adult it just made sense that I kept a jar in my bathroom too and I have had one ever since...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProCheap and versatile for your face, hands ro househ...

ConsNone

The Brand Vaseline dates back to 1859 when it was discovered as a by-product of the oil industry and by 1870 this petroleum jelly as being sold as 'Vaseline'. Vaseline was used during World War 1 and 2 for cuts and burns. In the 1950s Chesebrough merged with Ponds. In the 80s the firm was...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Looking luscious”

published 20/04/2001

ProMulti use

ConsVery greasy

I first tried Vaseline about 3 years ago because it was all over every magazine I was reading (not literally of course) as the best beauty product available. I considered buying some for ages but eventually I could resist no more. So off I went to my local chemist and bought a HUGE tub of white...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Raspberry's kisses”

published 17/04/2001

ProProtection a good price.

Consnone

There are more annoying that a dry and cracking lips, specially in Winter.You can't smile because, when you make that, you feel a pain pull. Personally, this pull was terrible because, sometimes, I had a few of blood. I used cream but his effect during a short time. Soon my lips were dry again...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Hello Smooth & Greasy Skin”

published 18/06/2012

ProSmooths cracked/dry skin & Price

ConsThe greasy feeling

Okay so for all of you who like my story's in my reviews then I am sorry to disappoint but there is no story today because it's Vaseline. Who needs a reason to buy Vaseline? It is a necessity of life! Packaging: Vaseline has changed their packaging from the sickly yellow to a now more...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Versatile Vaseline”

published 20/03/2009

ProAn effective way of keeping your skin soft on a bu...

ConsNone

It was way back in the mid 1800`s when a chemist called Robert Chesebrough made a unique discovery. A 100% natural product, rich in pure minerals and found from deep within the earth. When the natural product was rubbed onto burns, cuts or grazes it appeared to have healing powers. Robert...

> Read review

How easily is it absorbed?
Value for money

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

ProEconomical, versatile and cheap.

ConsGreasy texture.

I have recently had to replace an item in my medicine cabinet - something that I have had for at least two years. It is something that I personally cannot do without. It has so many uses that I think it is a necessity in any household. What is this invaluable item, I hear you ask? Well it's my...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“It Has SOOOOOO Many Uses”

published 01/09/2001

ProLots if used the right way

ConsNot good as a lubricant, facial moisturiser

Okay I can sense a few raised eyebrows and smirks. Hey I didn't realise that you'd take it like that. Vaseline is petroleum jelly. It is basically an emollient and is fantastic for chapped skin. I personally think that it tasts bloody awful and wouldn't put in on my lips as it feels too greasy. I...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Excellent

“Top of the Pots”

published 16/04/2001

ProEndless

ConsResearchers have found that Vaseline may increase ...

It is reported that Vaseline’s inventor, Robert Augustus Chesebrough swallowed a teaspoon of his wonder product everyday until he died in 1933. He died aged 96. 22 year-old Chesebrough visited Drake’s oil well in Titusville, Pennsylvania when oil was first found there and was...

> Read review

Did you find this review helpful? Yes 0

Our recommendation for Face Creams & Treatments

Product Information : Vaseline Petroleum Jelly

Manufacturer's product description

Product Details

Long Name: Petroleum Jelly

Type: Face Cream / Treatment

Manufacturer: Vaseline

EAN: 9365585545850

Ciao

Listed on Ciao since: 07/09/2000