I just went searching for the ingredients, but drew a blank at Body Glide--its active ingredient is Allantoin (0.5%), but I couldn't find the other ingredients, except that it contains no petrolatum, lanolin or other oils and is water resistant. I don't have an original container around right now and won't be shopping until next week (ingredients are supposed to be listed on the label).
Hydropel: 30% Dimethicone; inactive ingredients are petrolatum, aluminum starch octenylsuccinate (I hope I copied that correctly!). Any chemists in the house?
I might try Hydropel to see if it works any better, although I've been quite happy with Body Glide. I've never been very happy with petrolatum-based items on my skin, though.
Bonnie's Balm Climber's Salve: "The herbs & unrefined oils we infused together are known to be antibacterial, antifungal, antimicrobic & antiviral. It is 100% natural, loaded of Vitamin A, B, C, D, E, Zinc, Lethicin & Foliate Acid." (Edited later: Andrew Skurka says this stuff can double as lip balm, but it sounds as though it would act as a vitamin supplement, too! LOL!)