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  • '70s moisturiser is a cult beauty hit
  • '70s moisturiser is a cult beauty hit
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'70s moisturiser is a cult beauty hit

Some beauty products take on cult status no matter how cheap or outdated they are. From Pond's Cold Cream to Vaseline Petroleum Jelly, these products are championed by beauty editors, bloggers and grandmas alike. '70s moisturiser Skin Trip is one such product, and it’s selling better than ever.

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