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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).
Made my skin soft! Love it! I bought a big version of this after trying it through my birchbox!4
I've been using this on my dry elbows for the past week, and it's working wonders. I won't say they are totally perfect, but I'm definitely noticing a difference. I also love the sample size, as it's great to stash in your purse!4
This is a great product for dry lips or patches of dry skin. However, I do not think I would use it as a face cream due to the greasiness of the product.4
This stuff is awesome. I've been using it on my cuticles, dry knuckles, and hands. I've also used it when I get a pimple that is healing but starts to peel.5
I was a little indifferent about this product. The cream was difficult to get out of the container- seemed a little too hard and compact to be used as a cream for anything besides the face.3
this product is lovely. I was very satisfied with how my skin felt after using it.4
I was happy to receive sample and try out. I like to apply to my elbows and knee areas. It works great.4
Great great all purpose cream! It goes on smooth is all natural and I love everything that is in it. I love that it can go all over your face and also helps with bruises. Also, it's quality is up there with much more expensive projects but it is on the more affordable side! I love it!5
When I first opened this product I was a little confused, since the word 'cream' made me think it'd be more of a typical lotion. The firm-to-melty quality was interesting and it did moisturize my skin well. Still, it wasn't quite special enough to be a go-to.4
I applied a little Egyptian Magic Skin Cream to my hands and elbows. It seems a little greasy for the summer, and is far too oily to use on my face, which is combination/oily. I'm not doubting that it is probably very healing for certain conditions, and I will have to revisit it in the winter when my skin is much drier. also, I may try it in other ways, such as a hair mask or eye cream and see what happens.2