Friday, 30 September 2016

EGYPTIAN MAGIC CREAM | REVIEW

As someone on a budget and also someone who prides themselves on organisation I LOVE anything that has more than one use. I am a lover of anything that is efficient and can help save space and also money.

This product has some pretty bold claims, first off it's called 'MAGIC' cream, so it does have a lot to live up to. 


Here's a little information about this cream and the brand before I give you my opinions.

Background

This cream has been on the market since 1991, it has a built a solid reputation over the years and their mission has been to continually provide a professional skin care product, that offers multiple purposes whilst being made from 100% natural ingredients. 

This cream is said to have healing properties which is attributed to the natural ingredients which include Honey, Olive Oil, Bees Wax, Bee Pollen, Bee Propolis, Royal Jelly and Divine Love.

It doesn't contain any additives, added preservatives, parabens or GMO ingredients, it is also not tested on animals. 

Because of natural yet effective formula it has increased popularity and has grown by word of mouth to be one of the most popular and widely endorsed skin creams in the world. It has become a beauty favourite among celebrities such as Madonna, Gisele B√ľndchen, Cameron Diaz, Eva Mendes, and loads more. 

Uses

There is a very comprehensive list of 20 fantastic uses for this cream, this can be found here - http://egyptianmagic.com/best-uses/

The uses that are most relevant to me are as follows:
  • Moisturiser
  • For burns, cuts and scrapes
  • Fading scars
  • Eczema 
  • Conditioner
  • Lip Balm
  • Aftershave
  • Makeup remover
  • Hand and cuticle cream
  • Makeup Primer
  • Face mask
  • Cracked heels and elbows
My thoughts 

I wanted to use this for as many things as possible before posting up my final review, however there are just so many uses that it would mean a great delay in providing you with my opinions, 

This is a really thick oil based cream, I have been using a small plastic spatula to get this out, I just scrape a little bit out and then rub it between my fingers which melts this into a rich, thick cream. 

So far I have used this as a general body moisturiser and on my elbows, it wasn't long before I noticed an improvement there.

As a lip balm this is very oily and doesn't have any added scents or flavours so it is a very basic lip balm. It's great for deep conditioning and leaves lips kissably soft, the pot would last me for years if I was to just use it for this one purpose.

I've tried this on scars, so far it has made the skin in those areas feel very soft and more supple, however as they are quite old I am not expecting miracles in terms of them fading. However it has certainly made them feel a little softer and flatter. 

One use I have tried which isn't listed above was to tame my eyebrows, usually I use a brow gel, but this worked a treat, I filled them in and then popped a little of this cream on a spoolie and worked this through to tidy them up. 

All in all I can agree that this cream is very multi use and I have it on standby for any skin emergencies in the future. What's great is it's suitable for sensitive and delicate skin so it's ideal,

Have you tried this amazing cream? I'd love to hear your thoughts.

Cookie x

*PR Sample

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