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I’ve heard there are counterfeit jars of Egyptian Magic. Is this true?

Unfortunately, there are counterfeit jars of “Egyptian Magic” being sold on DH Gate, Alibaba Express, and eBay. We are working with with these websites and the Chinese authorities to curtail this problem, but for now it is very widespread. IMPORTANT – only the label of our jar is being copied. These counterfeiters make no effort […]

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How can I tell the difference?

1.) Shrink-band: ALL legitimate jars of Egyptian Magic either have a shrink seal or are sold in a protective clamshell. Most counterfeit jars also have a shrink seal, but a jar without a shrink seal is a guaranteed problem. If you receive a loose jar that does not have a shrink seal, send it back. […]

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What not to look for

The short answer to this is the label. Many people are confused by this because they see minor variations on the label over time and they think it means they are looking at counterfeit jars. However, the counterfeiters duplicate our labels exactly. When we make a change to the label, they make the same change. […]

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Our Recommendation

1.) Buy from an authorized reseller. Avoid DH Gate, Alibaba Express, and eBay if at all possible, and make sure you have an unconditional guarantee from any online seller. We find that the majority of products claiming to be authentic jars of Egyptian Magic are in fact counterfeit on those websites. 2.) Insist on buying […]

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