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Healthy Skin’s Best Kept Secret Is Out

11 April 2008  |  Admin

The secret to healthy skin is out: Pot of Gold skin balm . Used for generations as a natural healer for eczema and other skin ailments, it has recently been discovered by make-up artists and beauty therapists to be one of the best products for keeping skin beautiful too.

Based on a traditional family recipe going back six generations, Pot of Gold is a New Zealand-made skincare brand that uses only the highest quality natural ingredients.

Hand made and packaged with care, Pot of Gold products use organic and locally sourced ingredients where possible, and do not contain any cortisone, steroids, petrochemicals, artificial fragrances, synthetics, parabens, lanolin, or carcinogens of any kind.

Gary Chung, Make Up Director at Portfolio in Hong Kong, says he uses Pot of Gold every day.

“As a professional makeup artist this is my emergency treatment for extremely dry, fragile and irritated skin. I also use it as an eye balm before putting on concealer to diminish dry lines and create a smooth and even finish,” he says.

Pot of Gold director, James Crow, says he had no idea how popular it would become as a beauty tool.

“I have seen it help so many people with terrible skin conditions like dermatitis, eczema and scarring, so of course it’s only natural that it should work on people with healthy skin too, but I was surprised to see how popular it is as an everyday beauty product.”

There is also the Pot of Gold Baby Balm , a milder version that is great for nappy rash and to use as a barrier cream. 

Pot of Gold and The New Zealand Honey Shop trust you will enjoy these products. Please get in touch if you would like any further information. 

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