Posted 22 September 2013 - 06:29 AM
last month (Sept) and it works AWESOME. I like the fact it's multi purpose cream. It dries very quickly, smoothes out my skin, and acts on cuticule moisturizing so I don't need additional product: cuticule oil. I even applied it in a wound and it makes healing faster. It's similar to Elizabeth Arden's 8 hrs cream protectant. The problem with Arden's cream is it's made of 50% petroleum like Vaseline. Egyptian Magic Cream doesn't have that medical smell. There's another one is real good is CV SkinLabs Restorative Balm which has same consistency as Egyptian Magic Cream and no smell as well.
I'm overloaded with lip and makeup stuff. I haven't been able to wear make up anymore due to wearing glasses. I couldn't afford to buy more contact lenses. My prescription is +6.25 so generally my eyes looks HUGE thru magnifying glasses so you can see my long lashes and eyes so eye makeup looks funny. LOL. Without my glasses, my eyes are small so I wear semi-heavy eye makeup to make these to pop since my long lashes are dark halfway with blonde hair tips on top. As if it looks like I don't have lashes. When I get make over at dept. store or Sephora, when applying mascara, the artist was like whoa you've got long lashes ! That's because they can't see thru blonde lashes tips on top. Probably sun bleached 'em. I would like some more skin care, hair, and hand cream (not claudalie brand sorry). I've tried a thousand different brands of hand creams. Claudalie doesn't smooth out or keep hydrated on my hands for a long period of time. I tried Egyptian Magic Cream which I got it from