- Melt a small amount and mix with water for waterproofing, 1tsp to 2 cups of water. Spritz on shoes and fabrics to protect against stains.
- Soak fabrics in mixture to water proof.
- Use on chapped skin, lips, and eczema.
- Protect cheeks from cold.
- Great for skin sores and chapped skin, it's is a great barrier for moisture can help speed healing.
- Cuticle repair
- Mix with Homemade body butters add in 2 tsp.
- Soften feet by applying overnight.
- Gardeners hands, protects against cuts and moisture loss. It is also great for speeding the healing of small cuts and scrapes from over worn hands.
- Put under noses of your little ones with colds to protect the skin from over drying and wiping.
- Add essential oil, like eucalyptus and lavender, and apply to feet or chest.
- Has anti bacterial properties great for after hand wash for extra protection and to protect against bacteria getting into sores and cuts on hands.
- Softens and protects leather, for leather car seats and base ball gloves.
- Add onto a bore hair bristle brush and brush throughout hair for added shine and moisture protection.
- Use as a pomade by applying a small pea size amount on hands and rubbing on hair or day use as a defrizzer and night for moisture retention.
- Add into the Homemade laundry detergent in a small amount, 2tsp to one gallon, for added stain protection and waterproofing. Stains will be less absorbed into the fabric. Not recommended for laundering cloth diapers.
- It is often used in store bought eye drops to help lubricate. At home rub a small amount at the corner of the eye to lubricate and keep sensitive skin lubricated and protected against dry weather.
- Red cheeks and dry skin rub on after cleansing to help fight against bacteria common to acne and roseca and help speed healing.
- Add into Homemade lip gloss recipe for added protection and longevity of application.
- Use on elbows and knees to heal and soften dry skin patches.
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