"It does sound like Egyptian Magic, which has been around a long time and is a staple for lots of people. That Sweet Bee Magic looks lovely as well. (I think this is the right one.)" - makinalist
Yes, that's it! I think I might pop for that small jar - that way, if I don't like it on face, I can always use it on feet or hands or elbows and not be out a lot of money. But I have a strong sense that this would be a very nice night cream with some rosehip oil underneath as a natural Vitamin A and C influence. Regular retinol creams, even drugstore, tend to dry and irritate me if used too often(like every night). If I Iike the Sweet Bee Magic enough at night, I might end up using it during the day too. It seems like it absorbs well, which makes a difference for applying makeup.
When I was on Cindy Joseph's site, and then saw her YouTube video about simplicity in skin care and the push for Boomsilk, I was intrigued by the fact that she has the beekeepers in Hawaii make her cream, or at least the recipe comes from them anyway. I'd love to know about THESE folks myself!