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Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy, 14-Ounce Jars (Pack of 2)

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Product Description

Size: Pack of 2

From the Manufacturer

Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy, 14 oz

Aquaphor – a gentle and effective formula recommended by dermatologists, pediatricians, and pharmacists – is an essential multi-purpose ointment ideal for many of the skin care needs of the entire family. It is a skin protectant formula with glycerin, bisabolol (chamomile essence), and provitamin B5 to moisturize, soothe, and protect to enhance healing.

Clinically proven to help enhance healing and restore smooth, healthy-looking skin, Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy is fragrance-free, preservative-free, and dye-free, making it safe for sensitive skin. Use it to protect your skin from dry, cold weather and frequent hand washing, or to protect chapped, cracked skin, minor cuts, scrapes, and burns. Aquaphor can also be used to:

  • Prevent chafing and soothe uncomfortable blisters
  • Protect and help heal chapped lips and skin from wind and cold
  • Moisturize and soften very dry, cracked skin
  • Smooth dry cuticles and softens chapped heels
  • Help protect minor cuts and burns
  • Sooth red, irritated skin from a runny nose
  • Protect skin after minor cosmetic procedures
Seven Key Ingredients

Aquaphor Healing Ointment's unique formula is free of fragrances, preservatives, and dyes to minimize irritation and is ideal for sensitive skin. It contains seven key ingredients:

  • Petrolatum – A recognized skin protectant active ingredient
  • Mineral Oil, Ceresin, and Lanolin Alcohol – A combination of emollient and skin conditioners that forms a unique skin barrier
  • Glycerin – A humectant and skin conditioner that moisturizes and hydrates the skin
  • Panthenol (provitamin B5) – A skin conditioning agent that helps support skin barrier repair
  • Bisabolol – Derived from chamomile, helps soothe the skin

Product Description

Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy is ideal for babies' skin care routine. It helps restore smooth, healthy skin by acting as a skin protectant. Temporarily protects and helps relieve chapped or cracked skin and lips and protect skin from the drying effects of wind and cold weather. It also helps treat and prevent diaper rash.

Product Details

Size: Pack of 2
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001FB5IP0
  • UPC: 072140636081
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (327 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,047 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

This size tub lasts a long time as well!
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This product, Aquaphor Healing Ointment Advanced Therapy, is the best I have ever used for skin which has become dry, cracked and rough from the winter climate.
Rose Wood
Although it looks like sticky vaseline, it does not leave the skin feeling sticky or greasy.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

163 of 166 people found the following review helpful By Jeddy 3 TOP 500 REVIEWER on November 26, 2008
Size Name: Pack of 2
The first thing you'll notice about Aquaphor Healing Ointment is that it's not calling itself a "moisturizer." Take that as a hint -- it's not for casual, all-day use. For that, I recommend the peerless Aveeno Active Naturals Daily Moisturizing Lotion. This Aquaphor ointment is what I turn to when my hands or elbows or toes or heels are severely distressed. It's heavy, it's greasy, it doesn't rub in very well, and I don't mind, because it really works as advertised: it truly heals the rawest, itchiest skin.

The best way to use this ointment is at night. I've been known to go to bed with medical white cotton gloves over a slathering of Aquaphor when gardening or cleaning has really torn up my skin. The change the next morning is amazing. A little experimentation also taught me to put a "base coat" of this ointment on my hands whenever I'm about to undertake some work that I know will mess them up. Because Aquaphor is so thick and greasy, it actually repels water and dirt, greatly decreasing the amount of damage caused by washing dishes, digging in dirt, cleaning up, etc.

In short, Aquaphor Healing Ointment is heavy-duty. It doesn't smell pretty (though it doesn't smell bad either). It's not light and airy. It's not dainty. It doesn't have a picture of flowers on it, and it doesn't make you feel "pampered." It's medicine, and it works.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Caffeinated Plum on November 16, 2008
Size Name: Pack of 2 Verified Purchase
I've read reviews of this product complaining that it's an expensive version of Vaseline, which I sympathize with. Having had severe-moderate psoriasis for years, I have lots of experience with Vaseline and various other greasy, heavy lotions. Aquaphor certainly LOOKS like Vaseline: it's clear and kind of slimy. But there are nonetheless perceptible differences between the two. Aquaphor's consistency is much better. It's thicker, it stays on the skin longer, it absorbs better, it doesn't rub off onto everything as quickly, it isn't quite as greasy. I would (and do) pay the extra price to use this product over Vaseline any day. They are not the same product.

This subscribe and save deal, moreover, is the cheapest I've ever found this stuff anywhere. In the store, you'll pay $14-$16 for one container this size. So if you have dry skin or a skin condition and use lotion every day like me, you should look into this offer while it lasts.
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47 of 56 people found the following review helpful By licensedbeautypro on October 11, 2012
Size Name: Pack of 2
UPDATED REVIEW

Ok, Glamazons, there was a misprint in my last review, seriously, a MAJOR one. I am a human being and guess what???? Sometimes I make mistakes! This one just happened to be one that I didn't proof read ahead of time, and therefore brought a hateful, and personal attack down upon me. On the bright side.. I am able to correct my mistake! Yay! Blessing in disguise! :-) Here are the reasons I love this product, and so do many physicians, estheticians, beauty experts etc.

Vaseline is 100% petrolatum, while Aquaphor is 41% petrolatum based. With that being said, I am NOT writing a negative review about vaseline (vaseline has it's own positive attributes, I'm focusing on Aquaphor), I'm writing a positive one about Aquaphor.

Aquaphor is more miscible with aqueous solutions than Vaseline. Vaseline is mainly used in lotions as a catalyst, or lubricant, Aquaphor is not used in lotions. Aquaphor is made up of 41% percent petrolatum while the rest of the ingredients are lanolin and glycerin. Pharmacists use Aquaphor as a base for pharmaceutical ointments, unlike vaseline.

I, and my colleagues, clients etc. love to use this multi-tasker on our lips, with a little pigment mixed in you can make it any color. It's great for hands and feet in the cold dry months, and is really soothing in a medicated version on cuts, burns and scrapes. These facts came from a pharmacist, and can also be found on differencebetween.net (vaseline vs. aquaphor). Love Aquaphor, I find it to be a household necessity as well as a "must have" in your makeup kit. My reviews are done in the light for the greater good of all. Thank you to the person who brought my mistake to light. Many blessings to you.

Namaste,
Licensed Beauty Pro
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 7, 2009
Size Name: Pack of 2
My father is in a nursing home,wears Depends and he sits in a wheelchair all day. He developed large nasty rashes (with whelts) that no matter what the doctor prescribed, it would not go away. Actually, it seemed to get worse. I had heard from a mother with a young child the wonders of Aquaphor and Aquaphor mixed (equal amounts) with Maalox. I took a jar of Aquaphor and a container with the mixture and told the nursing home what it was for and what to do with it. They used the mixture first as the rash was really bad. By the next morning they could see results of the healing. They switched to the regular Aquaphor a couple of days later and the rash has since gone away. Now, when any sign of irratation is noticed, they apply it right away and prevent any more rashes. Aquaphor will be a mainstay not only in my home but in the nursing home. It's a wonderful product!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Victoria S on October 14, 2011
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This product does exactly what the label claims--it has healing properties, it is certainly more advanced than petrolatum and dry hands, heels and everything in between will benefit from its therapeutic effects. And for such a heavy ointment, it absorbs remarkably quickly. Even the dogs enjoy its healing effects. One of our Weims flaps his ears so enthusiastically that the skin tears. Since we started to rub Aquaphor on them, his beautiful ears remain wound free and cashmere soft.

I don't know how or why it works better than Vaseline, but I've compared both and Aquaphor is more effective at repairing cracked skin, as well as, forming a protective barrier to combat nature's effects especially during winter. And while it might be more expensive than Vaseline, this tub lasts such a long time that the cost is negligible when viewed over the long term. We use it for everything and everyone, including the four legged members of the family, and it's made all the difference.
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