Aquaphor Stays on Top

Oftentimes today with all the cosmetic trends going around, it can be hard to tell what products actually work. Online, we always hear of the newest and coolest (and yes, priciest) cosmetic products that are sure to “fix” your skin or are going to be a lifesaver. The thing is, a lot of the time, these products are just trendy glorified lip glosses that really cannot do the work you might need them to. Don’t get me wrong, I love good lip gloss. That being said, lipgloss isn’t always the product I need when it comes to maintaining healthy skin. This is why my and so many other people’s go-to product is Aquaphor. 

Aquaphor does it all. Take a look at the back of a tube and you will find all of the ointment’s seemingly limitless healing capabilities. From healing dry skin to dealing with minor burns, Aquaphor is a product that can help just about anything related to skin. 

I personally only use it for my lips, but online, I’ve seen people use it as facial lotion, makeup remover, and even cuticle hydration. This product is one that is reliable in many capacities; so many in fact that I haven’t even had the chance to tap into them all. 

Aquaphor is a reliable and trustworthy product. In fact, it is the #1 dermatologist-recommended brand for dry and cracked skin, surpassing all of the other trending brands people seem to swear by online. 

Perhaps what I love most about Aquaphor is that it is relatively cheap and easy to find. Aquaphor is at just about every drugstore and is therefore cheap and easy to get a hold of. Not only that, but the product also has many variations, one of which is sure to satisfy any customer. I personally have one small stick of lip repair Aquaphor, as well as one large tube of healing ointment. The latter of the two is my preferred version of the product but I always carry both around everywhere I go. 

As for competing products, Vaseline, also known as petroleum jelly, would probably be the most comparable alternative. I personally prefer Aquaphor over Vaseline, and very much so. Both products have neither scents nor flavoring from what I know, but Vaseline (in my opinion) still has an odd smell. Not only that, I prefer the texture of Aquaphor as it is thicker and less slimy. I feel like when I use Aquaphor, I can really feel it working. When I use vaseline, however, I just want to wipe it off. 

One thing I find both comical and cool about Aquaphor is that it seems like almost everyone has it. When I go to school, I am confident that I will find there a lot of people carrying sizable Aquaphor tubes that they have at the ready whenever possibly necessary. 

Overall, Aquaphor is a product worth the buy and one you should surely invest in as opposed to expensive trends that you are not sure if you’ll like. 

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