The cult skin care product Hollywood A-listers swear by

You'll want to buy it immediately

Beauty Crew Contributor / May 25 2017

While celebrities might have professional glam squads that they can credit for their killer hair and makeup looks on the red carpet, when it comes to skin care they’re often on their own (except for the occasional luxe treatment like this one Taylor Hill has been known to indulge in). So when we discovered that all our favourite celebs swear by the same single product and credit it for keeping their complexions hydrated and flawless, we added it to cart immediately.

The one cult product we keep hearing celebs name-drop is Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream.

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream

As a makeup artist who regularly works with A-listers like Gigi Hadid, Kim Kardashian, Miranda Kerr and Nicole Kidman, Charlotte Tilbury knows what it takes to keep skin flawless 24-7 so its no surprise her cream hits the mark.

But what exactly is a Magic Cream? Tilbury explained to Into the Gloss: “It’s a base of a very thick moisturiser – a barrier cream that kind of protects the skin – and [is] also filled with a lots of amazing anti-ageing stuff and hydration…When models and celebrities see me and they’re exhausted from doing 10 million shows and running around the world doing whatever, this cream totally illuminates the skin as if it’s brand new. That’s why I call it Charlotte’s Magic Cream.”

Just some of the celebs who we now consider this cream a ‘can’t live without’ essential in their skin care routine includes Victoria’s Secret models Sara Sampaio and Martha Hunt, as well as Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian.

With a fan list like that, consider ourselves sold on this product!

For more makeup tips from Charlotte Tilbury herself, see her guide to making sure your foundation looks flawless.

Image credit: @kimkardashian

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