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    Camelline

    Remember this post? My Broken Heart!

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    RE: Camelline

    I bought this one on Ebay to replace it. Since I haven't dug up another.
    Totaled out at 20.oo. Any info? What was camelline anyways?


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    RE: Camelline

    And While I've got your attention, What was this Stuff?
    Can I get a price check please?

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    RE: Camelline

    diginit, I believe Cameline was like the opposite of suntan lotion. It wasn't cool to be tan so they used this to lighten their skin.

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    RE: Camelline

    Hi diginit,
    Camelline was an early skin lotion or softener
    Peptezyme I believe was like an ant-acid contained pepsin
    Cliff

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    RE: Camelline

    $20 is a typical price for that version of Wakelees. There is a common amber version not worth much and a crude early version that I've seen sell for up to $60. It's normally a lighter cobalt.

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