Egyptian Magic All Purpose Skin Cream


I was so excited last night when I came upon a spree for the Egyptian Magic Cream that is used and raved by many Hollywood celebrities including Madonna and Oprah Winfrey. Gosh, it sounds even better that Creme de la Mer because it is supposedly an all-in-one natural skin healing balm that includes olive oil, bees wax, honey, bee pollen, royal jelly and bee propolis. I read that this all purpose cream is even popular among many plastic surgeons, who recommend it to their patients for accelerating the healing of plastic surgery scars. Woah…doesn’t that sound a tad like our popular BB cream too?

Described as an ancient Egyptian secret magic formula for radiant and beautiful skin, this cream can be used as a skin moisturizer, make up remover, massage oil as well as to heal cuts and scrapes, blisters and burns, diaper and skin rash, chicken pox, stretch marks, sunburn, insect bites, cold sores, chapped lips, and even as a shaving cream plus hair conditioner!

I know this sounds like something from a snake-oil salesman but I was pretty impressed when I read the reviews at Makeup Alley where this product was rated 4.1 out of 5 by 33 users.  You can also read a first hand review of the product where a beauty blogger Tao showed how the cream has cleared some of her acne marks.

One piece of good news for us is that the cream is sold at True Colours Makeup Cosmetics located at Ngee Ann City, #B1-13A in Singapore but it’s like S$79.90 for the 4oz tub. Online, the product costs US$36 at the Egyptian Cream website but I found another cheaper alternative.

I would love to get this to try but unfortunately I missed the spree because it closed almost as quickly as it opened. Hopefully another spree will open soon on this product because I’m not so keen to spend S$79.90 in case it doesn’t work for me.

So any of you gals have tried this product? If so, please share your experience to feed my curious mind and itchy skin!


  1. Dee says:

    Wow it sounds good! And if this product is way better than BB creams than I’m going for it! If anyone is keen to do a spree please lmk! I would love to have 1 for myself! =)

    Dee: I was contemplating but I thought I better not cos I don’t have experience doing it. I’ll wait for the sprees at sgspree.

  2. Domestic Goddess says:

    What is a spree? Anyway, I think a 4 oz jar is pretty sizeable. Maybe a few gals can buy together to share out the cost and then scoop the product out into tiny sample pots. Sounds like a miracle…yay!

    Domestic Goddess: A spree is where one takes the lead to organise the shopping, get some others to join to save the shipping cost. It’s very popular in Singapore.

    The 4oz is sizeable – some gals are actually doing what you’ve suggested but I want the pot cos I want to try this on the spots found on my body.

  3. miyo says:

    hi sesame pls let me know when the spree is starting can ?? many thanks .. so keen to try too ?

    Miyo: Will try but a bit hard…cos such sprees are very popular. By the time I let you know, the spree is probably over. Why don’t you keep a lookout for sgspree at Livejournal?

  4. Leon says:

    I haven’t heard of this cream but the ingredient list looks fabulous, beepollen, bee propolis and royal jelly,all in one, wow! I take this 3 in 1 supplement internally but have never tried it topically. Probably I could write about this supplement this week, I am running out of ideas for my blog post,lol

    Leon: I doubt they list all their magical ingredients really…

  5. Dee II says:

    It sounds nice but I wonder about the exact ingredients list and the extraction and production process.

    Switching my nick cos meh… I don’t want to have any confusion.

    Dee II: Confusion? Anyway, I have the same thoughts as you – I doubt they list all their ingredients and I wonder if there are other stuff in there…

  6. Dee II says:

    Oh just to clarify: by exact ingredients list as in… if the formula is still the same as it was years ago, I’d wonder if it is paraben and sulfate-free.

  7. Elaine says:

    I’ll wait until I get a job to get this one, it really sounds too good to be true.
    Anyway, the miracle cream that I’ve discovered lately has been around for decades, it’s Elizabeth Ardens Eight Hour Cream Skin Protectant.
    I’ve recently been spreading a thin layer of it over my acne and acne marks and it seems to heal them very slowly but does so without and drying out of the skin at all. Funny that it keeps it moist yet helps it heal, I don’t understand it at all.
    Look it up for reviews, it gets good reviews all round. I’ve only been using it for two weeks now, so I’m no expert.

    Elaine: Yes, this product gets quite a good review but I haven’t tried this cream per se. The one I used for hands isn’t so great though…

  8. ann says:

    I’ve been having my eyes on this product but have been hesitating to buy, cos it sounds too good to be true! Don’t want to waste the money on disappointment. So, i’ll be waiting to read yr review. =)

    Ann: I just placed my order. So yeah, wait for my review though I’m not sure when I can get this product. I know what you mean about wasting money…that is why I’m so unwilling to buy from True Colors. The spree cost me about half the cost only and if it’s no good for my face, I can use it on my body and feet!

  9. sesame says:

    Hey Ladies:

    New sprees on this product found here:

    I just placed my order with the first one! So happy!

  10. miyo says:

    kudos to sesame .. thank you

    miyo: It’s going to cost about $40 at most with the shipping. ?

  11. Alison Loh says:

    Pls do review after u get ur hand on that magic cream….kekeke i will be “haunting”…;p

    Alison Loh: You bet I will. ? But not too sure when I will actually get my hands on it. Probably 3 weeks earliest and I need some time to test. So please bear with me k? ?

  12. Alison says:

    Hi Sesame,

    Have you got your magic cream? Any review?
    I just order mine and hope it will really turn up magical…kekeke

    Alison: Hey! I just got mine yesterday! So exciting! It’s too early to tell but I love it on my hands! I need a bit more time to try out before reviewing.

  13. Yelena says:

    Does anyone have any reviews of the cream? I used to be a big fan of bee products, and am curious to know if you guys are happy with the cream. Did it mosturize well? Other visible effects? Any input would be appreciated.

    Yelena: I have a review here and you can also read comments from the others who have used the product.

  14. Zinat says:


    I just bought the Egyptian magic cream and i know most people says to use at night times but if i do use it only at night, should i carry on using my usual moisteriser in the morning? or do you think it will be too much for skin and just stick one thing?

  15. sesame says:

    If you don’t use both of them at the same time, it should be fine. The Egyptian Magic Cream is rather greasy in texture so you might want to use a little first to see how your skin reacts.

  16. rebecca says:

    hi there…

    does anyone knows whether is there any blogshop or sprees selling the cream?

    pls help…


  17. christine says:

    I’ve been using this cream for a few weeks, and was disappointed. It moisturized (but wouldn’t get rid of the stubborn dry patches on my cheeks) and didn’t irritate my skin, but it wasn’t MIRACLE cream. I’ve had better results with Cliniques hydrating facial masks. This stuff could only be applied at night before going to bed, because it left my face sticky and oily for hours.

  18. sesame says:

    I guess it all depends on the users…like they say, one man’s meat could be another man’s poison.

  19. Tessa says:

    I’ve been using this cream for a couple months and its effects have literally amazed me. I was extremely skeptical at first, like most of you, and believe me when I tell you my skin is allergic to EVERYTHING. I have tried nearly every brand of every skin cream and lotion I could name, and nothing ever works. I bought the Egytian Magic cream by suggestion from the place I get my legs waxed because I was having problems with getting ingrown hairs on my legs, and I will never use another product. It had results I didn’t even expect, for example, it got rid of all the acne I had on my face, although it hasn’t completely gotten rid of the stretch marks I have on my legs, they are significantly lighter and harder to see, and I haven’t gotten a single ingrown hair. On top of that, it makes my skin feel great and gives me a more even tone. I put it on before I go to bed and first thing in the morning after I wash my face. I use a primer on my face before putting on makeup, and the oily texture of the cream doesn’t show through the primer or any of my makeup. I would highly recommend trying it, you’ll be hooked.

  20. sesame says:

    That’s a good tip…using this for post waxing. I think it’ll be great to avoid the ingrown hair.

  21. Congee says:

    I had tried this cream, I gotta say I love it.. I only use it at night on my face and lips because they are pretty greasy, as long as it work I really don’t care about the grease lol.. u know what’s best I use this with olive oil .. omg believe me u’ll see the different in the morning.. the only thing I haven’t try is using it on my hair scalp and ingrown hair, but i will definitely going to try.

  22. sesame says:

    Great it works for you. I think it’s a good product on the whole…just that it didn’t suit me so well.

  23. Allycat says:

    I actually bought mine for about SGD 50 at gmarket. My baby’s folds on his tighs and arms are a bit rough due to eczema. I use the cream on him, twice a day after his shower, and the rough patches are gone now. His skin is back to baby smooth again. I use it a a night cream, lip balm and hand cream for myself. Totally loving it!

  24. sesame says:

    Yeah, I like it for my son too. It’s a good healing balm.

  25. NADA says:

    this is nada from united arab emirates (dubai)
    i have same inquiry about egyptian magic
    if i need 20 pic how much will be the cost for one ??

    waiting for ur replay

  26. Ace says:


    Is there a supplier in the United Arab Emirates specifically in Abu Dhabi?

    My face is white/red, EXTREMELY sensitive, and I have spots and tiny scars everywhere. Would this help clear it up?

  27. Hira arshid says:

    Heyy well ths creams ………i ve heared about it and the magical effects i soooooo want to buyy it but is it available in PAKISTAN plz do reply i ve acne marks so plz do tell me also if its effective for acne marks

  28. sesame says:

    It really depends on skin type…didn’t work so great for me.

  29. Raz says:

    HI! theres really no need to look for blog sprees, i think its quite available now.. you can get it at I think so far its the cheapest place that sells it, and an authorized distributor.. only 42.50 and free shipping…

    I cant live without this cream so im always on the hunt for the best source:)

  30. Irene says:

    Hi, you do not have to look anywhere. The product will be available soon at Prestige Point – Kallang Leisure Park.

  31. fizza says:

    wer do u get this cream in dubai UAE??

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