CLAIM TO FAME: A cult-favorite, multi-purpose lip balm to soothe dry lips and skin in a fresh and minty flavor
FAST FACTS: Formulated with petrolatum, peppermint oil, cotton seed oil, and trade secret perfume premix; moisturizes and leaves a dewy sheen on lips and skin; can be applied on cheekbones, collar bones, shoulders, or any other body part that you want to highlight; great for taming unruly brows; may even work as a base for powered eye shadow to help it stay put all day; 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: Can help relieve tension and headaches when dabbed on temples
January 18, 2019
“This is the best product ever! I was getting horribly chapped lips at work due to a dry environment and talking on the phone pretty much all day. I bought this and after one day my lips were soooo soft. Then yesterday a nasty cold hit me and I was wiping my nose constantly. Today my nose was chapped and sore and on a whim I decided to put some of this on my nose. Wow!! Not only was it soothing, the mint helped to open up my nasal passages. I love this stuff so much. The scent is lovely and not too heavy and a little goes a long way so this tin will last a long time.”
–Kittycd78 (from amazon.com)
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Smith’s Minted Rose Salve
NET WEIGHT: .8oz/22g tin can
INGREDIENTS: Petrolatum, Peppermint Oil, Cotton Seed Oil, Trade Secret Perfume Premix (6113806) CI 73360
This must-have lip balm calms and heals irritation, and soothes the sting of minor burns. Easy-to-use and versatile, dab it on chapped lips, elbows, or knees to condition and relieve dryness. It is also an excellent remedy for the treatment of diaper rash.
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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