Have you discovered the boomerang cult beauty buys that have regained bestselling status in our cult beauty buys gallery? These well-established beauty products were best sellers back in the day and have made a great comeback with a fan base full of faithful users as well as new ones who have just discovered it for the first time. Most were household staples back in the day and were often kept in stockpiles in the cupboards as they were considered a household necessity. After a small dip in popularity as the beauty product market expanded considerably, these best-known brand cult beauty buys have made a remarkable comeback.
From Pond’s cream cleanser, a real ladies’ favourite, to Elizabeth Arden’s Eight Hour Cream with an 80-year-old formula which prizes carbolic soap as its main ingredient, these cult beauty buys may evoke nostalgia for some. Beauty trends come and go and modern beauty products do the same but there are many women who have stood by these beloved beauty products and it can definitely be said these best selling beauty products have stood the test of time. While some of them were discontinued, their relaunch has been very successful and delighted many women who had been avid users back in the day.
Flick through our gallery and reminisce over the brands you used to know and love as a child or, find new products to start using that you know have been tried and tested over many years. Here is a round up of our best cult beauty buys.
Before it disappeared from the beauty shelves in the 1980's Pommade Divine
, was a household staple for over 200 years. Famed for it's ability to soothe everything from cuts and sunburn to bites and bruises, it's recent relaunched comes just in time for an adventurous trip to the pistes.