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The Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Dupe You Need In Your Life

Wait until you see the price difference.

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.

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But at £79 a (50ml) pop, it’s worth seeing what else is out there, right?

Revolution Beauty Pro Miracle cream
Revolution Beauty

Enter: Revolution Pro Miracle Cream…

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*

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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.

Revolution Beauty Pro Miracle cream
Revolution Beauty

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.

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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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