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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).
Looking forward to continuing to use this product - maybe a little too greasy for me.3
I actually really like this. I like that it's multi purpose and I have fairly dry skin so it leave my skin feeling overly oily like others have said.4
I already use coconut oil as my all purpose cream which is cheap and smells glorious, so I wasn't completely sold on this magic skin cream. It doesn't have a scent and the price seems outrageous to me. Definitely not going to purchase.2
This cream is the best and can pretty much be used for anything. i love it!5
I have rosacea, and sometimes get dry patches of skin on my face. I usually use the Honest balm, but this one worked very nicely. It is too greasy to use as a replacement for moisturizer, but perfect on scratched skin or dry spots.4
I was very skeptical, so one night I applied it as lip balm next morning my husband complimented my lips he said they looked so soft and plumped5
Used on my keratosis pilaris and it helped moisturize and smooth my skin.4
I used this as an overnight mask, which I used to do with Vaseline. It seems to be useful for the same things people use Vaseline for. I love that it's not a by product and it's all natural but I think he price is too steep for me.3
I like this, it was different from what I expected. I expected a cream, and it is more like a balm, so I wasn't sure what to do with it at first. Since the sample is small, I've been trying on my cuticles. So far nothing extraordinary, but my cuticles were in good shape. I read someone who likes it for their dry heels and will try that.4
Egyptian Magic was okay. I used it as a moisturizer for my hands, but it wasn't any better than other products that I have used.3