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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 treat psoriasis and eczema. Plus, this potent balm is made of just six ingredients, all of them completely natural (and never tested on animals).
I am still using my sample, a little goes a long way. I am so very pleased with this Birchbox sample4
This feels fantastic on my skin, great for cuticles or general moisture needs!5
Loved that this product can be used on hair, hands, body or feet! I love it on my feet after being at the beach all weekend! Made my feet so smooth!5
This was the first sample I completely uses us left my skin soft and I got plenty of complements from my boyfriend5
I love this! I have used it in my face, my cuticles, even my hair! A small amount goes a long way.5
I love this product i like how it left my face and i use it ever day5
I think olive oil was one of the main ingredients--pretty basic in my opinion. It wasn't as greasy as I thought it would be, but it is not something I would like to use in a large volume. I will throw the sample in my "travel items" box as this would be a good nighttime hand moisturizer when traveling.3
I love that the ingredients list is basically oil and honey. It has a silky feel as well. However, it did not glide onto skin well for me and I did not feel that it significantly moisturized my skin (I tried it on my face and body). It was fine, but did not seem to be a stand out product to me.2
great all natural multipurpose product... a perfect alternative for vasoline5
It's okay, but not for the entire body. I wasn't wowed by it and honestly havenâ€™t gone back to use it since I tested it out the first time. It is kind of greasy and it seems to be more suited to really dry places like the heels and elbows, or the nail cuticles.2