The compact soleil is touted as having ginko biloba and wild rose to heal and protect skin. The powder is very silky, typical of Chantecaille. It blends seamlessly and is a dream to apply, even with my lack of good bronzer brush. I have been using the Sonia Kashuk duo fiber to apply it.
The color of Capri, the shade I picked up, is a peachy brown shade which really complements my warm, pale (wah) skin. I can't find any shimmer in it, it just imparts a nice glow.
The packaging is the traditional Chantecaille shiny silver saucer shaped pan without a brush. It is a quite large pan which I think will take some time for me to get through.
Compact soleil comes 3 shades, Capri, Tahiti and a new shade, St. Barth's. I haven't swatched the other bronzer shades in person, so I can't really comment on the differences.
Overall, I am very happy with my purchase of Compact soleil in capri. The color is naturally enhancing and makes me look tanned and healthy.