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Egyptian Magic

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The worst part about this broken-faucet-style weather (that's “hot and cold,” get it?) is not just that it makes you feel a little crazy (turtlenecks in the morning and t-shirts by mid-afternoon) but also the number it does on your skin. So what to do? Think Magic. Egyptian Magic. Because it's endorsed by not one, not two, but three fabulous women—not to mention a pre-ITG Alessandra—and if there's one thing we've learned, it's that three is a bonafide trend.

Jessica Stam told us the salve is “great if [she] has a skin irritation.” Jessica Noghes-Menio said it's the perfect thing for her dry skin (she uses it on her face), and Caroline Trentiniraved: “It has the right name because it is truly magic. It cures everything from sunburn to chapped lips, anything. When you have really beautiful skin, that’s all that matters.” Sounds about right. (The olive oil/beeswax/bee pollen/bee propolis/royal jelly mixture is also said to work wonders on dandruff, scars, stretch marks, and athlete's foot. Of course, none of this is scientifically proven.)

You can snap it up here.

Photos by Elizabeth Brockway

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