Monday, June 18, 2012

Smith's Rosebud Salve = Lifesaver


Who needs Vaseline when you've got Smith's Rosebud Salve? I'm just kidding, I love my Vaseline, but I love my salve eeeeeven bettter.

Smith's Rosebud Salve is described as follows:

This cult-favorite, multipurpose lip balm has been popular for over 100 years. An Old Family Standby Since 1895, this world-famous salve has been re-discovered by Hollywood stars and makeup artists. Rosebud Salve is still a favorite to aid in the relief of chapped and dry skin, blemishes, diaper rash, and detergent burns. Rosebud Salve is also a wonderful lip moisturizer and natural looking lip gloss. It moisturizes dry lips, calms and heals irritation, and soothes the sting of minor burns. Try dabbing on dry elbows or knees to condition, and relieve dryness. Also an excellent remedy for the treatment of diaper rash. The original flagship product, Smith's Rosebud Salve remains our top seller. A glossy, non-sticky, non-waxy, texture makes this balm stand out. Only a dab is necessary, ensuring that one tin lasts a very long time! Mix with lipstick for extra shine. During allergy and cold season, dab on a dry, irritated nose to relieve discomfort.

Now Smith's does have a line of balms/salves, but this one actually contains the pure rose extract. Wanna know what the benefits of roses are? Rose oils, and Rose water are great for the skin. Rose hips contain vitamins A, B3, C, D and E, and they also contain flavonoids, and other beneficial properties.It's also used in aromatherapy, as it is known as an anti-depressant. The essence of rose helps to heal ailments and dry or patchy skin.

I put this on in the morning and at night after I have exfoliated my lips. At night, I also use this as an eye cream. You wanna know a good trick to prevent wrinkles? Moisture! You don't need all those expensive eye creams to make your wrinkles go away. Although this product will not take your wrinkles away, it sure as heck does a great job of preventing them. If you dont have this, of course you can try my other favorite....VASELINE! It's all about prevention, plus, it conditions your lashes as well. Hope this was informative! Ciao!


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