Shoppers are calling this £10 cream a Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream dupe

With the cost of living rising, many of us are having to tighten the purse strings. If you’re looking for ways to cut costs, your make-up bag and skincare routine can be a good place to start, especially if you usually opt for pricey products.

If you read our guide to the best beauty products under £10 you’ll know that often there’s something out there that works similarly to high-end brands, but for a lot less of your cash. One such product is Revolution Beauty’s Miracle Cream, which is being touted by shoppers as a dupe for Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream.

Revolution Beauty Miracle Cream
Revolution Beauty

Revolution Beauty is known for their well-priced dupes of leading beauty and skincare products, and so while Charlotte Tilbury‘s cult moisturiser costs £75 for 50ml, Revolution Beauty’s version is a much more purse-friendly £10 for the same amount.

With many of the same skin-loving ingredients as CT’s Magic Cream (but at £60 cheaper), the product includes including Niacinamide, vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and shea butter. Called a ‘supercharged formula’, it can transform dull complexions in four weeks, hydrating, plumping and smoothing skin from the first use.

Revolution Beauty Miracle Cream
Revolution Beauty

When it first launched last month, Revolution’s Miracle Cream sold out in just 12 hours (after amassing a waitlist of over 1.6k), so eager were beauty fans to get their hands on the product and try it out for themselves. And rightly so when it can boast stats such as this (based on testing on 50 consumers over 4 weeks):

  • 96% agree skin feels hydrated
  • 88% agree skin feels more radiant
  • 90% agree skin feels smoother
  • 84% agree skin feels protected against the environment​
  • 85% agree wrinkles appear reduced
  • 82% agree skin feels younger
  • 86% agree skin feels plumper

Thankfully the Miracle Cream is now back in stock, albeit with limited supplies so we suggest moving quick to avoid disappointment again.

Revolution Beauty Miracle Cream
Revolution Beauty

Revolution Pro Miracle Cream, £10, Revolution Beauty

If you need more evidence of the cream’s popularity, then look to TikTok, where it has gone viral being touted as a Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream dupe. The hashtag #revolutionpromiraclecream has 96.7K views, while Google searches for the new product spiked by 650 per cent in the last week.

TikToker @makeupwithalixkate said: ‘’I think we’ve found a Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Dupe… It does have a thin texture like the Charlotte Tilbury one. Both sides of my face give very similar effects in the sense they are both very dewy with a nice natural glow. They also feel exactly the same… If the CT is way out of your price range, I would just go ahead and purchase the Revolution Pro Miracle Cream.’


Have we found a Charlotte tilbury magic cream dupe 👀 @Revolution Pro are at it again 😍💖 #onlyinmycalvins #fyp #revolutionpro #charlottetilburydupe #makeupdupe #magiccreamdupe

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While fellow TikToker @emmacmua said in her side-by-side review video: ‘Honestly they feel exactly the same. Wow. Revolution Pro Miracle Cream 10/10, would definitely recommend.’


Reply to @katierowley6 @revolutionpro miracle cream would definitely recommend ✨🤌🏼 #fyp #mua #charlottetilburydupe #makeupdupes #magiccreamdupe

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Meanwhile, rave reviews are flooding in on the Revolution Beauty website, too: ’Perfect Dupe for CT Magic Cream, wrote one shopper. ‘This stuff is beautiful. Side by side with CT it’s exactly the same in appearance. You can’t tell the difference. The ingredients are the same too. It’s the most perfect primer for make-up I’ve ever used. I love that Revolution make these ridiculously priced icons totally affordable.’

Of course, Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Cream remains an excellent product, with a whopping 3,228 five-star reviews at the time of writing. However, if it’s completely out of your budget, this could be one to try instead.