CLAIM TO FAME: A cult-favorite, multi-purpose lip balm to soothe dry lips and skin in a new flavor
FAST FACTS: Features a creamy, buttery mélange of coconut with overtones of mango; delicate and soothing lip or body balm is delightfully softening; reminiscent of warm summer days by the beach; can be used as an all-purpose skin illuminator; multi-purpose emollient can also be used as an eye makeup remover, cuticle softener, sunburn easer, dry skin healer, frizz fighter, and diaper rash treatment
PERFECT FOR: Ashy elbows or dry chapped skin, especially on hands and cuticles
May 16, 2017
“This is a thicker formula than some of the other Rosebud lip balms, but I like it because it seems to keep my lips moisturized longer. The fragrance is good, but a bit chemically. I will definitely end up purchasing this again though.”
–Marie Michelle (from amazon.com)
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Smith’s Tropical Ambrosia Balm with Coconut and Mango Tube
NET WEIGHT: .5oz / 14.2g tube
INGREDIENTS: Petrolatum, Lanolin, Cera Alba/Beeswax Cire D’abeille, Parfum/Fragrance, Linalool Limonene
Use applicator tip to apply where needed. Always clean lip balm tubes after use.
Smith's Rosebud Salve
Before there were “multipurpose” creams and whatnot, there was the one and only Smith’s Rosebud Salve. The original multitasker, this world-famous salve is still a cult favorite among Hollywood stars, make-up artists, and practically anyone who’s ever tried it. It was invented in 1892 by Dr. Smith upon the request of friends and customers that he prepare for them a family salve that could be used for various skin irritations. A century later, it’s still a phenomenal hit, and for good reason too: what other salve can claim to be a deliciously hydrating lip balm, frizz fighter, soothe chapped and dry skin, blemishes, diaper rash, and even detergent burns?
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