Oh. Em. Gee. OMG! OMG! OMG!
I had heard SO much about Egyptian Magic, so I contacted them to be placed on their email list. I squealed with delight when I got a reply from the CEO, Mr. Egyptian Magic himself, LordPharaoh ImHotepAmonRa (yes, that’s his legal name), and he put me in contact with Delphine, his marketing manager.
Even the hubby got excited about this- his dad is into genealogy, and traced their ancestry directly back to King Tut, so he is a fan of all things Egyptian. In addition to the technical stuff, he often plays a role in my actual posts, and this is one of them (like his idea for the blue wig…lol).
Not only are the people at Egyptian Magic super-duper awesome, but the product itself is a Holy Grail all-purpose lifesaver. The balm-like cream is based on a formula that was created in the land of the Pharaohs thousands of years ago. It contains only six ingredients, which are nature’s most healing and powerful: Bee propolis, honey, olive oil, beeswax, royal jelly, and bee pollen (Egyptian Magic, 2015).
My favorite thing about Egyptian Magic is how versatile it is. It contains no additives, preservatives, fragrances, GMOs, or parabens, so it’s safe to use on many areas. It can be used as a moisturizer, lip balm, face mask, eye cream, makeup remover, hair treatment, hand/cuticle cream, and body cream. It’s also great for itching and skin irritation, eczema, psoriasis, cracked heels, diaper rash, and tattoo aftercare (Egyptian Magic, 2015).
As I suffer from perpetually dry skin on my legs, chapped lips, and rough heels and knees, I was SO excited to get my hands on this jar of magic! Although it contains olive oil, it’s not at all greasy once it absorbs. It spreads easily, and a little goes a LONG way. It has a very, very light, pleasant natural scent, like olive oil and honey- but you really have to “look” for it to smell it.
In addition to being fantastic for my dry, itchy winter skin, this stuff is ahhh-mazing for making your complexion glow! I used NARS blush in Deep Throat on my cheeks, as normal. Then I put some on my hand, and dabbed a bit of Egyptian Magic onto it, then blended a bit, and dabbed it onto my cheekbones. The result is a soft glow in the same shade as my blush.
I have oily skin, but since this requires such a small amount, I had no problems with greasiness. The possibilities with Egyptian Magic are endless, it’s no wonder many makeup artists swear by it! (You can check out some of the many well-known people who use this wonder cream by visiting EgyptianMagic.com/endorsements.)
Another great use for this is to mix a tiny bit, and I do mean tiny, with your eyeshadow. (If you use too much, it won’t work right.) Use a really good primer, I used Urban Decay, and then blend Egyptian Magic with the shadow. This leads to an effect similar to using wet baked shadow.
As for my other half, he tried it out, too. He used it on his rough elbows, exfoliated about an hour later, then used Egyptian Magic again. Now they are really soft, and no longer scratchy! Learn more about the many uses for Egyptian Magic by visiting EgyptianMagic.com/best-uses.
Last, but not least, Egyptian Magic is a great gift idea for almost anyone on your list!
Be sure to check out Egyptian Magic on Facebook, and EgyptianMagic.com for even more possibilities! You can purchase it at EgyptianMagic.com/store, as well as many fine retailers such as Selfridges, Henri Bendel, Birchbox, Whole Foods, and Costco.
Have you tried Egyptian Magic? What are your favorite uses? Scroll down to comment below!
Egyptian Magic (2015). Press Kit 2015. Egyptian Magic Skin Cream, L.L.C.