TikTokers claim this £10 face cream is a ‘dupe’ for Charlotte Tilbury
If there’s one thing that Beauty TikTok loves, it’s affordable substitutes for high-end skincare, makeup and hair care buys. From Dyson Airwrap alternatives to “dupes” for products like Rare Beauty’s liquid blush and the Olaplex No. 3 Treatment, the app is an absolute gold mine of suggestions for thrifty shoppers looking to save money.
Another fairly recent find that is doing the rounds on the app right now is Revolution Pro Miracle Cream, a £10 buy that several users are touting as an alternative to the pricier Charlotte Tilbury Miracle Cream – which costs £75 here for the equivalent size.
While multiple beauty creators on the app have pointed out that the packaging of the cream is similar to Bobbi Brown Vitamin Enriched Face Base, when comparing the two they say that the texture of the cream feels closer to Charlotte’s Magic Cream.
The Revolution buy in question has racked up more than 300 five-star reviews online from happy customers, and contains a cocktail of skin-loving ingredients like vitamin C, hyaluronic acid, shea butter, peptides and niacinamide. All of these combine to promise skin a serious glow under makeup.
Although the face cream is currently out of stock online, largely thanks to finding viral social media fame, fans eagerly awaiting the next drop can sign up to the online waiting list or try their luck at their nearest Superdrug store. And another skincare product from the same range, Revolution Pro Miracle Eye Cream, is still available for £8 here.
“They do feel really similar when they’re blending in,” makeup artist @emmacmua explains in a TikTok video comparing the two face creams, after noting that the Charlotte Tilbury cream initially felt “thicker”.
“Revolution Pro Miracle Cream, 10 out of 10, would definitely recommend,” Emma concluded. “If you want a bargain, go and get it.”
Even though these TikTokers note that these two products have a similar feel, it is worth pointing out that the formulation and ingredients will differ somewhat. But for those on a smaller beauty budget, the affordable swap is clearly well worth knowing about.
Watch this space for news of the next viral beauty buy.
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