I had never hear of Smith's Rosebud Salve until my friend gave me it as a birthday present. I recognized the adorable tin from Urban Outiftters, it's one of those impulse buys they put by the register. However I had never actually bought the product.
I don't know how I survived without it. Dramatic? Perhaps, but the truth. It's true that you can use this for almost everything. Consider this the beauty world's answer to electrical tape.
I've used it for the following: Chapped Lips Dry hands Cuticles Dry feet Dry elbows Blemishes (yes blemishes!)
And it works.
I have no idea how a simple product can do so much but it knocks Burts Bees out of the water.
I was recently traveling and dismayed because my tin was almost empty but luckily I found it a local beauty store in other options! I picked up the Brambleberry Rose Lip Balm and love it too. The products are only 7 dollars (kinda expensive for what would seem to only be lip balm but considering how long it lasts and it's many uses totally worth it) and can be found at most beauty stores, in store and on line and of course Urban Outfitters.
And guys, the original doesn't really have a scent so you can get in on the fun too.
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A world-famous salve that is made in the USA, has been around since 1895, and continues to be a cult classic in the beauty industry. Can be used on lips, face, body, and even hair.
For over 100 years, the Rosebud Perfume Company of Woodsboro, Maryland, has worked to provide quality beauty products at reasonable prices. The Company offers a wide variety of salves to match a wide variety of preferences! Rosebud strives to keep our products as "Made in the USA" as possible. The salve tins are manufactured here in Maryland, and the product is mixed and poured here on the east coast of the United States.