Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Egyptian Magic Cream is Truly Magical

You guys know how much you mean to me and that I will always share with you every great product, recipe, and clothing item I find!

Today, my friends, I have a miracle cream to tell you about.

I had been considering purchasing this cream for quite some time.  My girl crush, Kate Hudson, talks about it in just about every interview I read.  We all know how amazing her skin looks.  

I have seriously dry skin.  My dermatologist once called me an alligator.  Wow, thanks.  

I have rough heels that snag my socks and sheets.

I have super sensitive, dry skin on my back that breaks out if you even look at it funny.

The skin on my fingers splits when it becomes dry and then my nails peel and break and won't grow.  It's just a sad, sad story.

Then my Egyptian Magic Cream arrived in the mail. 

Get it here and here

My skin sorrows are over.  That's right.  It fixed all of the problems above.  

Ms. Hudson slathers it on from head to toe.  I tried it in my hair and it was a bit too oily for all of that craziness, but I use it everywhere else.  Even on my face.  It goes on greasy and soaks in quickly.  I put it on at night, especially around my dry crow's feet area.   I put it on my hands at least twice a day.  My feet feel amazing and even the woman at the nail salon commented on my heels and fingers.  She was amazed at the transformation.  My back hasn't looked this good in years.  

One jar lasts me about a month, and I use a ton of it!  That's not bad at $37 (at the most) a jar.  

There are no synthetic preservatives or fragrances added.  It is made with olive oil, beeswax, honey, bee pollen, royal jelly and propolis extract.  

I swear it really is magic!

p.s.  Why do I drink Baby Mama Juice?  Because Baby Girl felt fine this morning (thank you antibiotics)  so she went to school and I blew off running (it was cold and rainy) to run errands (i.e. shop).  When we got home, someone was waiting outside to see if they could have a showing of the house.  I asked for 5 minutes and ran around making beds and throwing crap in drawers and closets.  Ugh.  Have I mentioned how much I hate having our house on the market?


7 comments:

  1. When you said Kate used it I figured it would be uber expensive. Glad to hear it's working for you! Could definitely use it on my body. Maybe that's why my back breaks out too? I never thought that it could be too dry!

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  2. A must try cream definitely! I love your "why I drink baby mama juice" section at the bottom by the way. And selling a house completely sucks. I have been there.

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  3. having your house on the market is the worst thing EVER!!! so much work. Wao, I'm excited about this cream....totally curious and on the verge of getting it.

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  4. I was just reading an interview with Kate the other day where she mentioned this. It was promptly saved in my Amazon shopping list to remember. It sounds like I need to order a jar and get to slathering!

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  5. I have a lot of the same dry skin problems - I'm going to have to give this stuff a try! Thanks for the rec! Our house is also on the market and it does suck! I try to get 24 hr notice for showings, but someone requested one today. Request came in after 8am, I was already at work and they wanted to see it at 11am. I had to say no knowing that my boys' room was a disaster and there were still dishes out from this morning, as well as the beds being unmade...so stressful!!!

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  6. I so appreciate all of your inside product knowledge! What would I do without you!

    This is great, I think I will have to get for me and my mom! I hate having dry heels, that is the worst.

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  7. oo i need to try this stuff! my skin has been terribly dry this winter! xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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