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Smith’s Rosebud Salve

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Has anyone tried this?  It gets very high reviews so I decided to give it a try.  It comes in a little tin and also a tube. The tin is cute but the tube is more practical.  


ETA - As stated in a subsequent post,  Regrettably, I neglected to read the ingredient label prior to placing my order.  Since learning this is made of something I don't want to use, I attempted to cancel my order, but was unsuccessful, and I will be returning the product upon delivery. 

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Long time ago I did.

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Yes. It smells like roses and feels like Vaseline. I've only tried the tin. 

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Re: Smith’s Rosebud Salve

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Yes, I like it a lot. I prefer the tube, but Rosebud Salve has been around for ages.

 

Edited to add: There were no tubes for packaging when it originated, so the tin was it.

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It's just cotton seed oil--which is also a pesticide.  Scented.  In a tin. 

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Ugh...I should have paid closer attention 🤦‍♀️.  I'm attempting to cancel my order.  

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It's mostly petrolatum & the tin is hard to open.

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@Sooner wrote:

It's just cotton seed oil--which is also a pesticide.  Scented.  In a tin. 


Oh good. Slather that stuff on-- no mosquito bites! 😆

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Ingredients 

 

Rose salve

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@tipsy wrote:

It's mostly petrolatum & the tin is hard to open.


That's why I threw mine out.