Sampar sent over some goodies a while back as a Christmas present and now I’ve had enough time to brag about them.
First thing I received was the Sampar lavish dream cream (R990). And this cream like its name is an absolute dream! This cream is from the age antidote range. Targets wrinkle by tightening and lifting actions. The star ingredients here to target anti-ageing are bio peptides, walnut and chestnut extract. Bio peptides are a natural collagen which stimulates skin cell renewal. Packaging wise it is pretty innovative you dispense the product by pressing the top (which I still can’t get to work though). Since it is an anti-ageing cream the thick texture offers maximum hydration with only a very little amount required. The next morning the product totally seeps in and leaves the skin hydrated yet matte and not oily. Scent wise it’s that “old lady scent” that I’m not too fond of but it does disappear the next morning. I can’t vouch for the claim of for reducing wrinkles since I don’t have any yet but I’m really loving the way it makes my skin look and feel and it is never too early to invest in a good anti-ageing cream to prevent rather than treat wrinkles.
Next up we have the Sampar so much to dew midnight mask (R395). I’ve always believed that a girl can never have too many masks. Basically this product is meant to restore hydration to the skin. Just so you know there is a big difference between hydration and moisturisation. Hydration is the best since it adds water back into the skin, this would be ideal for people who are diagnosed with dehydrated skin. Whereas moisturisation adds oil in to your face which is not ideal unless you have dry skin otherwise you will end up looking like an oil slick. Sampar makes super easy to use, all you need to do is apply a thin layer over a cleansed face before you go to bed, this is a sleep in mask so you leave it on overnight and let it do its thing, wash it off in the morning and wake up with happy, glowing, smooth soft skin. The magic ingredients here include hyaluronic acid and shea butter serum. Texture wise it is creamy and spreads easily, it does feel a bit sticky on the skin when applied but doesn’t feel as sticky the next morning after most of the product has seeped into skin.
Definitely pop into the selected Edgars counters to check out this amazing range. Sampar is definitely Parisian skincare at its best because all thing that come from Paris are just amazing.