Chamfel: Skincare and Fragrances that Rock the Ages with Key Ingredients!
Chamfel might not be a name you recognize immediately– but if you scroll down on the left there you will see an image that’s for Chamfel. They sent me 3 fragranced body lotions– two of which I talked about over holiday. (You remember Christmas– right?) Scroll down to the chatter about scents and see what I covered about Chamfel’s scented body lotions: The French Revolution and the Nubian Princess. Looks like they have added some new ones because I was sent the one called Egyptian Queen.
Who is the Egyptian Queen?
She is the daughter of time, a queen of legends, a royal dynasty of romance. Her beauty arises in a summer dance of new love, and she remains forever irresistible. She knows your story and you are her sister. She is Cleopatra, Nefertiti, Queen of Egypt— astonishing and adored.
She fills the air with the scent of sacred summer—warm lotus blossom, mystical water lily, softened cinnamon, spellbinding sunflower. Her luxurious softness and silky smoothness refreshes your skin with sweet extravagance.
Plus it includes jojoba, grape seed oil, coconut oil and ginger oil (yum!).
Luxe, luscious and it smells amazing.
Chamfel also has 3 skincare products. These are straight-forward products– meaning that they aren’t a cosmeceutical brand with a fancy delivery system or peptides in various configurations or special “somethings” that don’t always amount to doing anything. This line is based on gentle application and patting into your skin. So if you are seeking high-tech results, this is not the line. If you are seeking a basic line to help refine, hydrate and “nourish” the skin– this might be the right line for you.
Mentha Peppermint Exfoliating Cleanser. Better for the oily skin type or those who do not have sensitive skin (get that? rosacea, reactive skin — this is a no). Here’s the product description:
Peppermint Exfoliating Cleanser blends peppermint oil, rose hip seed oil, seaweed, and natural extracts to eliminate dead skin cells, impurities, and makeup in a deep cleansing formula. Micro-beads gently exfoliate surface cells, improving skin’s texture and leaving skin shine-free, smooth, and refreshed. Ideal for face and body.
There is a nicely formulated moisturizer called Crème Hyaluronique Facial Serum that contains Hyaluronic Acid. It is not a serum as you would think it is– which is a thin or thick liquid. This is a creme which is white and fluffy. I have only started using it and it feels good going on and it does seem to be “refreshing” my face courtesy of the extremely changeable weather we have been having. (Being sick didn’t help either since I got very dehydrated).
Meticulously blended with jojoba seed oil, apricot kernel oil, and hyaluronic acid (a naturally occurring ingredient found in connective tissue), Crème Hyaluronique enhances skin’s volume, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, stimulates new cell growth, and creates a smoother, more youthful visage.
I haven’t used it long enough to tell you if it’s going to do anything more than moisturize and hydrate the skin. Hyaluronic acid has a very interesting penetration situation and it requires a kind of delivery system to penetrate down into deeper levels of the dermis to truly fill in the lines. Actually if you a product to do that, you should turn to injectables– which don’t last as long as they say and cost a chunk of change.
The last product is an Eye Wrinkle Neutralizer This small jar of cream needs to be used in small portions and patted gently into the skin.
Chamfel’s powerful Anti-Puffy Vitamin K Eye Cream cherishes the eyes as it targets dark circles and reduces puffiness. Our natural formula enhances firmness, smoothes delicate skin, and strengthens capillary walls. Infused with Vitamin K, arnica extract, jojoba seed oil, apricot kernel oil, and soy protein,
The Vitamin K and the arnica would be powerful and potent ingredients for eyes–in any product. I like that you have moisture from jojoba and apricot kernel oil but again, the delivery system to get soy protein into the dermis to plump up the lines, stimulate the collagen-building metabolism and make sure that it reaches the deeper levels of the dermis aren’t discussed here.
I guess I need to do some hunting here. However for fine lines, I bet it’s going to be great. For those with deeper lines– not so much. I haven’t used it long enough and I can see that the .50 oz. jar isn’t going to be enough to find this out. Here’s the plus side: it’s very affordable. It delivers a lot of what other products do.
I would check the ingredients and your expectations and see what it is you seek in results.
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