Sampar Skincare

The Sampar concept is: Pioneer of urban skin care, SAMPAR has an ambition: to awaken the sleeping beauty in everywoman, uncovering and revealing her natural allure. We were recently sent some beautiful products to try out and tell you all about.



Sampar Crazy Cream in Nude

The Sampar Crazy Cream is essentially a tinted moisturiser that claims to protect and perfect your skin by being the first tinted moisturiser to hydrate and stimulate the skin’s self protection against UV rays. The Crazy Cream comes in two shades, Nude – the lighter shade and Tan – the darker shade.


The product comes in an air pump bottle which helps eliminate waste and is really easy to use. When pumped out, the Crazy Cream is a grey colour with brown and white speckles, but once blended it transforms into a tinted cream. It truly is quite bizarre, but once blended onto the skin, it gives a sheer coverage, which can be built up to a medium coverage. It felt really lightweight on the skin, but I did feel I personally needed to add a little powder over the top.


Sampar Crazy Cream is available for 35 Euros for a 30ml bottle.

Sampar So Much To Dew Day Cream


One of the things I have noticed with the Sampar products is how pretty they are packaged and how well they fit in on my beautiful dressing table, all a sweet light pink colouring. The So Much To Dew Day Cream is dermatologically tested, hypoallergenic, paraben and alcohol free so this is a very skin friendly product that won’t irritate the most sensitive of skins.

The instructions advise that you apply morning and/or evening and apply with light massaging strokes to the face and neck area. So although this is primarily a day cream, it can also double up as a night cream. I really enjoyed using this as a night cream as it felt creamy, but not too heavy or oily, which some night creams do tend to be. My skin definitely felt more hydrated after using this product after just a few days. Very pleased girly!

Sampar So Much To Dew Day Cream is available for 35 Euros for 50ml.

Sampar Eye Rule


The Sampar Eye Rule is an eye roll on that cools and soothes the eye contours whilst eliminating wrinkles around the eyes. The container looks almost like a chunky pen, and then when you take the lid off, a small bullet is revealed. A couple of clicks from the bottom of the applicator and cream is released through the silver top.


The Eye Rule contains active ingredients which create youthful skin, without any irritation or nasty scent. It is proven to help expression lines, dehydration, dark circles, bags, slackening of the skin and free radicals and pollutants. When applying the product, it really does cool the eye area, and after a warm sunny day, it felt really refreshing and revitalising. Afterwards I felt a tightening, tingling sensation around my eye and in the morning I noticed that the red puffiness I normally see staring back at me in the mirror, had started to fade.

You can try out Eye Rule for 55 Euros for 10ml.

Sampar So Much To Dew Midnight Mask


This is a uniquely concentrated skincare product that nearly perfectly mimics the skin’s original hydrating film. The mask replenishes the skin, soaking it in freshness. The product promises to give 31% more moisturisation after just one hour, leaving the skin quenched, plumped and supple.

The So Much To Dew Midnight Mask has a brush applicator which makes it so easy to smooth the mask all over the skin. You apply the gel-like formula in a thin layer all over the face and neck, which immediately cools and soothes the skin and I found that the product sank into my skin rather quickly. In the morning, I simply washed the mask off using warm water and noticed that my skin felt lovely and soft, even after just one use.

The So Much To Dew Midnight Mask is available at 39 Euros for 50ml.

Marks & Spencer currently stock some of this amazing range, but you can also purchase from the official website




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