Sylvie Chantecaille founded her namesake makeup company in 1997. According to an interview in InStyle magazine in 2017, she said she wanted it to be "the first skincare company based on flowers--totally pure and incorporating luxurious quality, scientifically-forward technology and botanical ingredients." The cruelty-free company's products are also free of phthalates, sulphates, detergents, mineral oil, petrolatum, palm oil, synthetic colors, synthetic fragrances and GMOs.* *Company website

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297 products

3,023 reviews

73% would repurchase


Skincare - Face -CHANTECAILLE -Flower Harmonizing Cream

on 10/30/2018 6:55:00 AM


I used up the whole tester tube and decided to buy this for myself as a birthday gift. I am currently pregnant and my skin was so dry. My normal moisturisers just weren’t cutting it. This stuff makes my skin soo smooth and actually hydrates. I even use it under my eyes as an eye cream. I have noticed a big difference in the texture of my skin and reduced pigmentation and scaring since using this. You only need the smallest amount and it stays on my face all night I don’t need to apply moisturiser again in the morning. Well it’s coming into summer at the moment. So maybe in winter I might but for now using at night is all I need. This is the most expensive product I’ve ever bought but also the highest quality I have seen a big difference on my face using this cream. And it will last me 6 months.

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Lip Gloss -CHANTECAILLE -Brilliant Gloss in Love

on 10/16/2018 12:57:00 PM


I don't like this gloss at all. I will use it up though because it is so expensive. It has no colour even though it looks so beautiful in the tube - wispy light pink. I normally wear nude / pink colours because I like a more subdued look and my favortie lip gloss is Buxom in Sophie. I imagined this would be very similar but it's so disappointing. It's just like a clear gloss on me. I don't find it as hydrating either. My lips still feel chapped. Also, the gloss is guey and just greasy. I will stick to Buxom!

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Crème -CHANTECAILLE -Future Skin

on 10/11/2018 4:03:00 AM


Aime ça! Va super lisse, aide à hydrater ma peau et ne me sort pas. Couverture légère, mais vous pouvez en ajouter davantage pour une meilleure couverture. La finition est naturelle et dure toute la journée. J'ai déjà acheté 3 fois

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Treatments (Face) -CHANTECAILLE -Rose de Mai Face Oil

on 9/30/2018 5:10:00 AM


Skin loving botanicals including rosehip, evening primrose, rose damascena and rose geranium combine soaking the skin with moisture. Rose de Mai,a rich source of vitamin C, also holds anti-aging and healing properties working to brighten skin. Regular use supports strong, tighter collagen for smoother looking skin and boost's skin metabolism to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. The lightweight formula has a dewy finish and imparts a healthy, sheer glow.A luxurious and nourishing facial oil infused with five different roses to fight the appearance of aged skin. The natural elixir revitalizes, protects and restructures skin.

Mascara -CHANTECAILLE -Faux Cils Mascara

on 9/29/2018 3:00:00 PM


So this reminds me of Too Faced Better Than Sex mascara (beautiful, wispy lashes), but its boss. Not big sister, not cousin, not auntie, but Boss.

It provides me with ultra black, beautiful, full, elongated lashes that remain soft all day long. Non of that clumpy, lumpy stuff that passes off as "voluminising" these days (well... since the beginning of voluminising mascaras). I finally get the hype, since this is still much more expensive than your average high-end mascara. But even your standard go-to Lancôme mascara (which, by the way, do the job and beyond) can't hold a candle to the Chantecaille Faux Cils. It's a different breed altogether.

Full disclosure though: I had £10 N.centive with SpaceNK and they were doing £15 off any purchases over £60. So, I felt it was a good time to dip my toe in Chantecaille mascara by buying the £36 version first.

I'd buy it again. I really, very probably would. It's definitely worth at least a try if you have money to splurge or a birthday voucher. continued >>

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