Saturday, December 21, 2013

Egyptian Magic skin cream review and giveaway



Egyptian magic sent me a product to review for my honest opinion.

I found this product to be a bit heavy but I I found if I let it melt in my hands (similar to coconut oil) it went on better. It would be nice if they had a slightly lighter version maybe with slightly whipped in texture. I do like to use this on my elbows, around my eyes, and my neck/chest. I am showing a little age there due to sun exposure. This product kept my skin soft all day long.

This product is made of Olive oil, bees wax, honey, bee pollen, royal jelly, and bee propolis. This product has wonderful healing properties for people with eczema and psoriasis. I have used it on a rash that kept appearing and it was gone within 2 days. Now I apply once a week and it has not been back since. LOVE! Egyptian magic is a solidified oil based product. You can take a small amount in your hands to soften it to an oil state and then apply. Check out their site for many uses!
 

There are people trying to counterfeit the product so that might just be a testimony on how good it really is it. 

You can see who endorses it in Ebony, InStyle, BE (France), Eurowoman, People StyleWatch, Rachel Zoe’s Blog, London’s Metro Newspaper, O magazine, Elle (Norway), US Weekly, Vanity Fair, Better Nutrition, People Magazine, InStyle, and Harpers Bazaar (Australia) to name a few.
 
 
Their website states “Egyptian Magic is an all-natural skin cream made from six of nature's most powerful moisturizing and healing ingredients. For more than 20 years we have been blending these ingredients using our unique, proprietary process based on a formula that was created thousands of years ago in the land of the Pharaohs. The result is a luxurious cream with moisturizing and nourishing properties that are legendary among celebrities, the fashion industry, even doctors and hospitals. With that support, Egyptian Magic has grown exclusively through word-of-mouth to be one of the most popular and widely endorsed skin creams in the world.”
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21 comments:

  1. I want that! I love stuff like that. It would be awesome for Ethan's eczema!

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    1. Nikki, YES it would!! This stuff is all natural and no real scent. I normally use coconut oil but this was a nice change. You barely need any.

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  2. I love that it can be used for eczema as well. It would be a good gift for my friend.

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  3. i have psoriasis and would love to try this

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  4. I love that it has been used so long and people really like it!

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  5. I have never heard of it but would love to try it!!

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  6. I like the ingredient list! Olive oil, bees wax, honey, bee pollen, royal jelly, and bee propolis are all great for skin.

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  7. I love that it is good for eczema - I have a grandson who is a severe eczema sufferer.

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  8. I have never heard of Egyptian Magic but I am very glad to have learned of it now!

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  9. I love that it has wonderful healing properties for people with eczema and psoriasis

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  10. I have never heard of them before but will definitely keep Egyptian Magic on my radar now.

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  11. I love that it has multiple uses and can be used for your sensitive babies skin and also for yourself. I will have to check my local Whole Foods for it now!

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  12. I love the fact that it has olive oil and honey in it.

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  13. I love that it has great healing properties for people with eczema.

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  14. This is my first time knowing about Egyptian Magic!

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  15. I love that it's all natural and contains just a few ingredients. I can pronounce everything in it and I know what they are!!

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  16. This is the first I've heard of it, and I'm very interested in trying it!

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  17. I think it would be great for sensitive skin, and we all have that.

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