Gold Bond

Gold bond was first introduced by Arthur W. Guilford in 1908. He bought the formula of the medicated powder from The Rhode Island State Medical Association, whos conference of physicians originally developed it in 1882*. In 1990 Gold Bond was purchased by Martin Himmel who developed the product further and marketed on a national level. The line has increased to creams and lotions along with its best-selling powder, all of which are widely available in drugstores and retail chains nationwide. *Source: company website

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4.5

31 products

515 reviews

86% would repurchase

Recent Gold Bond Reviews

Skincare - Body -Gold Bond -Medicated Body Powder

on 8/14/2018 11:18:00 AM

I use the Equate version of Medicated Body Powder, compared to this. The price is around $2 it has menthol so it cools wherever it was applied. I orignally got this for underarm and toe itchiness due to excessive moisture and heat. It works so well for those issues as well as keeping other areas of me not affected by itchiness dry (like under my big bust and down my back). All in all great buy! I'm no longer sweating or becoming red and inflamed with itchiness. I also no longer need to use deodorant anymore. This works just fine.

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Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Gold Bond Ultimate Lotion Strength and Resilience

on 6/23/2018 8:28:00 PM

I have super dry skin that has started to get that "crepey" look. Saw an ad on TV for this product and thought I would give it a try. The package says that 80% of women saw visible improvement in skin texture in 5 days. Well, I used it twice a day or more for for over 2 weeks and saw NO change. It absorbs well. Smells fine. I know that everything works differently for everyone-but NO change? Pretty disappointing. I'm not a happy camper.

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Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Rough & Bumpy Daily Therapy Cream

on 6/9/2018 4:24:00 PM

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Wow--I figured I'd try this after spending almost $80 for two tubes of KP Duty that I used up in succession. Instead of buying a 3rd KP duty, I thought I'd try this super cheap alternative. And it works! Much better than the KP Duty as my KP is gone on one arm and almost completely gone on the other. I do not like the large tub format--not very hygienic, but since I only use it after showering, I figure I'm probably okay. I find it does ball up/rub off a bit but not as much as some of the other reviewers. It does stay tacky on my upper arms throughout the day, but I'm okay with that. I will purchase again.

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Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Ultimate Healing with Aloe

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I really like Gold Bond lotions but they usually come in such tremendous bottles and tubes and that’s generally too much of a commitment for me (and my small bathroom). So when I saw this in a smaller tube I grabbed it. This is an excellent moisturizing lotion. It’s thin enough to apply easily but has the hydration and staying power of a thick cream. Kind of a light cucumber scent and one of the most potent body lotions I’ve ever used. Highly recommend if you want to put an end to dry skin.

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Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Ultimate Restoring Skin Therapy Lotion with CoQ10

on 3/19/2018 12:03:00 AM

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I like that it has QoQ10 in the product, along with vitamins, green tea, and moisturizers! However, the product, to me, is greasy, or at least it feels kind of greasy or heavy to me. It for sure makes my skin soft and healthy looking and feeling, but its a tad heavy and greasy feeling. Not everyone may feel that way, it probably is just me, or it may not just be me; however, I do give it a good review overall because it does moisturize, contain antioxidants, and is fairly inexpensive. If you are looking for a moisturizer that really hydrates, softens, and anti-ages the skin, this product may be worth your $$.

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