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

512 reviews

86% would repurchase

Recent Gold Bond Reviews

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

on 4/24/2018 10:48:00 AM

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I have never had a problem with bumpy skin. I exfoliate regularly with a Salux and all seemed well until the last year or so. My problem was rough, bumpy skin on my upper arms/shoulders. I purchased this a week ago and, within 2 days (not kidding!), the bumps are gone! The skin is smooth and silky. As other reviewers have mentioned, it does tend to pill/roll off but I feel that is dead skin leaving, much like the old Soft Feet and Hands. I used this morning and night for the first three days and now just after my evening shower. I'm always in awe when something works this fast. I don't mind the huge tub but I suspect that some of the exfoliating ingredients will dissipate quicker because of the tub.

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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 $$.


Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Ultimate Healing Concentrated Therapy Cream

on 2/23/2018 6:38:00 PM

I bought this thinking it was the foot cream and actually didn't realize for a while that it wasn't. Then I saw urea was the second to last ingredient which I found confusing because it is the second ingredient in the softening foot cream and the healing foot cream (I'm not sure why they make 2 products that appear to be identical). Anyway, the reason I started paying attention was it was doing absolutely nothing for my dry, callused feet. I really don't need this for just my elbows and my knees but it isn't a body lotion so I'll use it up but I won't buy it again.


Lotions/ Creams -Gold Bond -Ultimate Healing Skin Therapy Lotion

on 1/3/2018 5:43:00 PM

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Holy Grail body and hand lotion. It’s thick, absorbent, deeply moisturizes, and hypoallergenic. Nothing has worked as well on my dry legs and hands. I use this all over my body and my skin looks and feels supple. Really satisfied with this healing lotion. Plus it’s cruelty free!!

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