My wife is in love with a couple of products from "Rosebud Perfume Company." These are: Smith's Rosebud Salve Smith's Minted Rose Lip Balm Here are some product pics: I just realized my "product pics" don't include the actual product ... I'll try to get a couple of those. Anyway ... the tins are extremely unhelpful. Despite being a requirement to list the ingredients in order of predominance for any cosmetic or drug (as these contain claims of benefits they certainly fall into one of those categories) they do not. I know there is an exception for trade secrets and they use that for the scent, but the rest of the ingredients? If one were to believe the tin for the lip balm for instance, it lists petrolatum, peppermint oil and cottonseed oil. Does that order make any sense? It is soft-ish so a petroleum jelly base makes sense. Is it possible that this "patented amazing cure!" is just Vaseline, some EO/FO's and a carrier oil (cottonseed oil)?