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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 100 percent natural 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 masque, a treatment for burns, and has even been know to heal psoriasis and eczema. And that’s just the beginning. It’s no wonder it’s become a cult favorite among doctors and celebs alike.
This prodouct is new to me n workd good on cut I got now gna hv my hubby try it5
If you are looking for a heavy duty moisturizer that isn't heavy this is it! Great on everything from sunburns to dry skin. It is really nice for sensitive skin because it is not too heavy or too light.
This stuff is going to be replacing my bag balm, aloe vera lotion, and dry skin creme.
The only thing I would say negative is I wouldn't use it on acne prone facial skin.
I guess I'm just not big on lotions or anything mositurizing because I've always had oily skin and have never truley needed the extra moisture. Oh well. :/2
I love this product for my rough heels and my dried up cuticles!4
At first I thought this was just like petroleum jelly - kinda has the same look - but it doesn't leave your skin all greasy! I initially didn't think I'd spend $38 on this, but given the effectiveness I may reconsider.4
I love that this multi-purpose moisturizer hydrates with natural ingredients and is very effective4
I live in a very dry climate and this is great for my cuticles and lips! I liked the sample packaging but would not purchase the full size because in my opinion the consistency (which is similar to chapstick) doesn't warrant the need for a large size package,5
I love this product! I currently use vaseline for everything, but this feels so good on my lips too.5
It was moisturizing but just a little too greasy for me. It didn't have much of a smell though. I liked to use it on my lips but that's about it.2
Makes your hands smell like cooking oil and leaves a sticky residue. Makes skin soft but not worth it2