Moisturizing "Magic" for Dry Winter Skin

12/26/2006 at 11:00 AM ET

While putting together our holiday outfits, we try and think of everything: that perfect silk dress, sparkling jewels, and our best pair of pumps. But what about getting your skin in good shape? We have found a new must-have moisturizer: = ” target=”_blank”>Egyptian Magic, $32. No greasy feeling, no overwhelming fragrance, and it’s great to use for the entire body: your feet, cuticles, hands, you name it! LA’s Kinara Spa owner, Olga Lorencin–who cares for the smooth skin of Halle Berry and Naomi Watts– swears that Egyptian Magic even prevents stretch marks during pregnancy. Whether you’ve got a bun in the oven or not, whose skin couldn’t use a little bit of Magic?

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Photo: kinaraspa.com

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Kaye on

I’ve tried this….really good! You know whats better?…. Virgin Coconut Oil…great for your skin and for your body. It increases metabolism and keeps your skin young and supple. Great for blemishes and stretch marks too! Just LOVE these products! Love Love it!

Natalie on

I agree that this stuff is the best for dry skin and sun burns and pretty much any other skin issue that you can think of. But I have to strongly disagree about it’s greasiness. It is made with “olive oil, bees wax, honey bee pollen, royal jelly, bee propolis, & love” (that is exactly what the jar says). It is extremely greasy. When I got a horrible sunburn on my shoulders and back, I used this stuff and it worked wonders, but it also ruin several shirts in the process.

Anna Begum on

topical copper peptide and topical vitamin C can help reduce stretch marks.,”:

Joliese Tan on

T%hanks for nice post …i was looking for this…i have used many but nothing suits my dry skin…I’ve tried this….really good! You know whats better?….

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