Since it arrived on the market in August 1991, Egyptian Magic has, indeed, been working its magic, building a cult following among celebrities and doctors alike. The all-natural cream is endorsed as an “all-purpose” product, its uses ranging from a face cream to a hair masque to a treatment for eczema and psoriasis (and a whole lot more). Today it can be found in upscale health food stores, homeopathic pharmacies, and estheticians’ offices, and its popularity continues to grow, thanks in a large part to good old-fashioned word of mouth.
Healing through natural ingredients. This cream has six (and only six): olive oil, beeswax, honey, bee pollen, royal jelly, and propolis extract.
Egyptian Magic may have been introduced to the market just over 20 years ago, but its roots apparently go farther back. The ingredients are claimed to be the same as those in a formula found in ancient Egyptian tombs.