What happened to Ultra Glow Skin Cream?
As a teenager, I used Ultra Glow skin cream as a gentle and effective way to fade skin discolorations and to achieve a more even skin tone.
Because of its skin softening qualities, Ultra Glow had always been one of my favorite skin creams.
However lately, I've been very unfortunate in my attempts to locate this product in my neighborhood. While I've found Ultra Glow soap in ample quantity, the Ultra Glow skin cream has been very difficult to find. Over the past few years, I've visited several area beauty supply stores to try to locate Ultra Glow.
After not finding the products, I settled on purchasing various other skin creams. I've tried Artra, Ambi, Nadiola and Escoterica.
While this was an expensive endeavor, none of these skin creams softened my beautiful brown skin as well as Ultra Glow had. Finally, I asked one of these beauty store owners what gives? Why has it been so difficult to find a jar of Ultra Glow lately? Surprisingly, the beauty supply store owner was happy to share what he knew about the scarcity of this fine product. "We can only purchase and stock 2 or 3 of these products at time because they go bad quickly," he explained in broken English, "and the manufacturer will only sell the Ultra Glow cream by the dozen. We can't afford to buy a whole case when half of the case will go bad before we've had a chance to sell it."
Because I've used Ultra Glow skin cream for years, I, too, have had the unfortunate experience of having it go bad on me and so, I knew that the retailer's story was accurate.
So, I located the Ultra Glow manufacturer's website, https://keystone-labs.com and attempted to purchase the product there. I was terribly shocked to realise this product which is ordinarily $6.29 would ultimately cost me $12.24 with shipping.
But, knowing that preservation of my beauty has no price, I will pay that $12.24.