Why you shouldn't use petroleum jelly

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I knew that you shouldn't use petroleum jelly on your skin, but wanted to know more and share it, so I found this article that helps to explain it. Happy reading! :)

http://healthbeneath.discoveries.today/go.php?featured=4-reasons-why-you-should-never-put-vaseline-or-other-petroleum-jelly-products-on-your-body-again


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