Egyptian Magic Cream – all purpose!

This cream is good. Seriously.

BELOW: 118ml (RM180.00 – current sale price RM125.00). 59ml (great for travel use) (RM79.90).

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I don’t usually review skincare or beauty products since the ones I used are very specific.
The battle with my dry skin has been an on-going struggle. While I have almost perfect facial skin, my arms and legs suffer from a bit of leathery texture and are definitely dry to touch.

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What I did with this cream is that I apply right after my shower. It does leaves a slightly greasy and sticky after-feel so for those who doesn’t like that it would be advisable to use it only at night for itsĀ full moisturizing benefits.
Since I was pretty desperate to get my skin as hydrated as possible, I apply this twice daily.

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I keep a small tub in my bag as well for emergency uses.
Sometimes I had to shower and change quickly to rush off for a meeting or I’ll like to reapply during the day when I know I’ll be spending a lot of hours in an air-conditioned environment. šŸ™‚

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The cream is easy to apply and has no fragrance whatsoever as it is an all-natural, all-purpose cream with no added chemical, perfumeĀ or enhancers.
Made up of 6 of the best Mother’s Nature ingredients –Ā Olive Oil ( Olea Europaea oil), Beeswax, Honey, Pollen, Royal Jelly and Propolis Extract, the Egyptian Magic Cream reportedly has multitude uses; from the obvious use of being a trusted moisturizing cream to treating burns and fungal infection and even as a lip balm, make up remover and for kids, it is recommended by some mothers to be effective for diaper rash too.

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Karen, my colleague uses it as a shaving cream for her daily shave. It works as an after-shave cream too, plus it could provide relief from razor bumps if you happened to be careless.

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It is my trusted daily cream for now and I apply a small amount during each application as a little goes a long away. Even after 2 months of use, the 118ml jar I’ve got is barely half tub.

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My legs are my worse areas. Scars from insect bites and accidents and generally drier skin than usual, the cream has helped to improve the overall situation a lot!

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When I was in Bali I re-applied throughout the day as I was swimming, sunbathing and out and about for photoshoot in the sun for long hours. The only unfortunate point for this Egyptian Magic cream is that it is not a sunscreen.
Well, I guess if it is then there would have beenĀ added chemicals in it which then means it won’t be 100% natural anymore.

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Since I don’t use make up I haven’t tested it as an effective make-up remover but I’ll try that soon enough since I have some make upĀ lessons at Konji International ( next month!
I’ll keep you guys updated alright?

Last but not least, other than my usual hair oil, I dab a bit of this at the ends of my hair for some moisture. It is supposedly good for split ends too.


I trust I’ll see further improvement from the continuous use of this cream over the next 2 months. The results of use from the first 2 months has been really promising and I’m really happy! šŸ™‚

I have stopped using my other moisturizing lotion (FRESH for day use) and the Soap & Glory Body Butter (night use) ever since I started applying the Egyptian Magic Creams so I canĀ sincerely assure you that the improvements on my skin are from the use of ONE product only.
I don’t believe inĀ immediateĀ results for skincare and hence this review after 2 months.

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Period of use: 6th May 2014 – end June 2014 (about 2 months period).
Effectiveness: GREAT! šŸ™‚

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