Last Updated on May 5, 2023
It’s no secret that Charlotte Tilbury is basically a wizard when it comes to makeup and skincare. Her Magic Cream in particular is hailed as, well… magic, amongst beauty lovers.
Its award-winning formula promises to hydrate and plump the complexion, not to mention give you an unbeatable glow thanks to its list of skin-loving ingredients. Unfortunately for my bank balance, I can’t help but vouch for this cream.
But at £79 a (50ml) pop, it’s worth seeing what else is out there, right?
Enter: Revolution Pro Miracle Cream…
Revolution Pro Miracle Cream, Look Fantastic, £10 – buy now
You’ve probably seen the Miracle Cream doing the rounds on TikTok after its sell-out launch and likeness to the real deal.
But do you want to know the best part of this Magic Cream dupe? It’s £10 for the same sized pot as its £79 counterpart. *faints*
There are lots of similarities between the two creams, for example, the oh-so-chic pink and gold packaging and the ingredient list! They both have complexion-boosting ingredients like niacinamide, hyaluronic acid, vitamin C and shea butter.
Just like the Magic Cream, the Miracle Cream gives a beautifully glowy finish and leaves the complexion feeling velvety soft from the first use. What I will say is that Miracle cream seems to have a lighter consistency compared to the richer, and thicker, Magic Cream, making the hydrating effects less long-lasting.
Overall thoughts? If you found the Magic Cream to be a little too rich for your skin type, then the Miracle Cream needs to find its way into your basket, ASAP! At £10 a pot, it really is a shortcut to a hydrated and glowing base, for a fraction of the price.
Don’t get me wrong, there’s still a place for Magic Cream in my collection. however Mrs Tilbury’s pricey pot is now reserved for special occasions only, whereas the Miracle Cream has earnt a place in my daily routine.
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