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Egyptian Magic from Costco?

Started 1367928223.023 in Beauty Banter | Last reply 1368012306.003 by roxyrn

Does anyone recommend this cream? Saw it displayed at Costco.

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bowregard1367929391.3373734 PostsRegistered 4/16/2009...the Long & Winding road.....

Haven't really used this, but I have several samples (came in flat packets) from iherbdotcom. The consistency is sort of like a thicker vaseline. I stashed some samples in my makeup bag in my purse in case I needed something like that while out.

You might want to go to iherb's site and read their customer reviews.....hundreds of them. They say they have discontinued item because they are replacing with "similar high quality item".

HTH ....

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Last edited on 5/7/2013

makari1367931703.16274 PostsRegistered 10/23/2012

Don't waste your money. it's nothing special

Love to re­ad1367936392.2171684 PostsRegistered 11/3/2008Southern Indiana

I bought this from Dermstore and use it on my feet. It's made with olive oil, honey, and bee pollen. Mine came in a jar and I scoop a little out with my fingers. It melts easily and is not nearly as tacky as vaseline. I like it.

carlotta1367969129.1031170 PostsRegistered 9/9/2007

Thanks...I might see if I can find a smaller sample somewhere...I think I would like the olive oil.

jaburg1367981877.9231029 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004

There is an identical product for about half the cost called Bee Magic (or something like that, it's upstairs). I recently moved to a dry climate and have had dry skin for the first time in my life. I've never had dry skin before. This product has made my face so much better. I got it at Whole Foods, but Amazon has it, too.

roxyrn1368012305.997677 PostsRegistered 7/7/2008

No magic. Tried it a few years ago after reading rave reviews but it was nothing special- much like the made at home products with coconut and other oils.

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