If you are allergic to lanolin (like I am) this is the way to go. Webber cream is like Aquaphor only better. I feel it leaves my skin way softer and heals anything from cuts and scrapes, dry skin to post-breakout redness and brown spots. It's bland and unscented, and basically a mix of petrolatum and Vitamin E.
The ingredients are plain and simple: petrolatum, cetyl esters,tocopheryl acetate, sorbitan sesquioleate, polysorbate 80, methylparaben, propylparaben
I apply this to slightly damp skin on my face, under the eyes, and any dry areas of my body right after I shower or cleanse my skin, just a small dab. It takes a moment to absorb and is thick and instantly calms my skin.
My first tube was given to me by my boss in the pharmacy I worked at - she had amazing, smooth and flawless skin and I asked her what she did to keep it that way (in her 50's and no lines) and she said she washed with Cetaphil or any cheap cleanser then applied a dab of this to keep a protective barrier on the skin. It was probably genes but I guess this stuff can't hurt.
i use this on my tattoos and they heal AWESOME!!!
100% natural source Vitamin E - odorless, clear.
My dad was given this vaseline like ointment by his surgeon, after an accident he had in which he had layers of skin from his fingers and hands torn, almost down to the muscle. To prevent scarring and promote healing, he was advised to apply the ointment as often as needed. This stuff is MIRACLE cream! The wounds healed in HALF the time they were expected. There are NO visible scars remaining!! You can buy this stuff at the drug store counter, $15 CAD and lasts a long time. I use this stuff on everything. Zits, so they can heal fast once I've poked at them, cuts, scrapes, and on my lips every night as its seals in moisture. Vit E is a natural antioxidant
Try this ointment and you will be AMAZED ! ! !