Rosebud Salve, I love it. It comes in the cutest little tin and is only $6. And it covers a plethora of sins. Here’s the skinny on the original:
This cult-favorite, multi-purpose 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 moisterizes 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, my many uses for Rosebud Salve:
- Lip balm
- Cuticle conditioner
- Under eye balm
- Smooth frizzy hair in a pinch
- Mix it with makeup for creamy blush, shadow and lipstain
- Works wonders on dry skin
- Great for irritated nose in after a cold
- Lasts forever. Well, a really long time
The good news is that the original Rosebud Salve is now in other flavors for lip balm lovers and those come in at a whopping $7. I buy them in varying formulas for my daughters (there’s three of them) so that there is no confusion on which Rosebud belongs to which daughter. And I just found this wonderful balm in a tube! YAY!
Check out the other Rosebud Salves:
Prices vary at etailers — I found the best prices at Beautyhabit where the original Rosebud in a Tin is $5.