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Pulling a rabbit out of a hat or making someone disappear is impressive, but it's got nothing on this cure-all known as Egyptian Magic. This powerhouse cream, said to be derived from a formula found in ancient Egyptian tombs, can pretty much do it all. It's a face cream, an eye gel, a hair mask, a treatment for burns, and has even been known to heal psoriasis and eczema. Plus, this potent balm is made of just six ingredients, all of them completely natural (and never tested on animals).
felt like this was more like a Vaseline than anything felt oily on skin3
I really like this product although the packaging was not appealing at all - I will buy because the sample was so small2
This would be great for when my skin gets really dry, but right now it's a bit too heavy4
I see all these celebrities raving about Egyptian Magic so I was excited to try it. The product was hard, like beeswax and felt like it was desiccated but had the consistency of petroleum jelly when rubbing it between my fingers. I wouldn't dare put it on my face since my skin gets oily but it worked well as a salve on some try patches on my arms and elbows. I'm not a fan of jars or pots since they can get contaminated easily but I honestly don't see any other packaging working for this product.3
I had heard a lot about this product, and had just ordered the clay mask by the same brand. Both had amazing reviews, so I was excited to see the cream in the box. Unfortunately, I broke out after using it twice. It was very heavy and sticky for me.1
I struggled a little while using this out of the little pot but overall the package was fine. Not sure I've found the best use for this product but my feelings were fairly neutral. Good to have as back up but not a go-to product for me.3
This is a great moisturizer. I am normally very picky about my moisturizer. I felt like I had immediate results after I applied it. I might consider purchasing it but it is a little expensive for me.4
I only have a small container received as a June sample but so far it's nice on my lips before bed. I really want to try on my tummy for stretch marks but not sure if I want to invest the $ yet. I may purchase after baby as my go-to depending on what other reviews say.4
I like the ingredient list, and this is a pretty generic product with no discernible scent. As far as I'm concerned, no scent is the best possible scent for a skin care product- fragrance is bad for skin. I'm always doubtful about claims that a product can do everything, but as far as a good body moisturizer goes, I'm happy with it. I would have preferred a larger size- the sample is one use.3
Not sure if I am missing something with this product but I didn't see the magic in it. Tried using it on my hands, feet, face. and haven't quite found it useful to me. It is very balmy, too oily for my face. Love the ingredients and that its made in the USA though.2