I picked up Charlotte Tilbury Multi-Miracle Glow to complete my little Magic Cream as I have Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream, Charlotte Tilbury Magic Night Rescue Cream, and Charlotte Tilbury Magic Eye Rescue. It just seemed logical to complete my collection with Multi-Miracle Glow!
Compared to the original Magic Cream, Multi-Miracle Glow is quite affordable at $60 and it multitasks as a cleanser, body and face moisturizer.
Take a look at my review below.
Charlotte Tilbury Multi-Miracle Glow comes housed in a generous 3.4 oz jar with Charlotte’s customary rose gold accented packaging. It’s an elegant presentation and like all her skincare, it’s very vanity worthy. This is an interesting product as it is marked as not only a cleansing balm but also a sleep mask of sorts and moisturizer for body and face.
I actually prefer it as a sleeping mask myself but you can use it anyway you choose. This doesn’t resemble the typical cleansing balms we’ve come to know, love, and use daily such as Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm or or the recently launched It Cosmetics 3-in-1 Makeup Melting Cleansing Balm. This is actually a gel moisturizer texture that has a light, gel consistency. Unlike, regular gel moisturizers this has a much more moisturizing and oily look which makes ideal for nightly use but it isn’t something you’d want to wear on your face during the day. It will however, add a nice sheen to arms and legs should you want to apply it on those areas in the day. Just be sure to massage it in fully as it does feel quite oily on skin.
I have drier skin as you know so this is a miracle broth for me. I give myself a nightly facial massage with it by applying a rather generous amount all over my face and neck and gentle pressing it into my skin. It isn’t as heavily scented as the other Miracle Creams I’ve tried from Charlotte but still does have that mature floral, grandmother fragrance of the original formulas but much, much lighter to my nose! As you massage it on it takes the form of an oil and creates a sheen on your face which is one reason I wouldn’t recommend it for daily use. It does feel a bit oily but the more you massage the more it absorbs fully into skin. For me, this is like a lighter version of the Magic Night Rescue Cream which has a thicker more emollient texture. I love how smooth, soft, and well hydrated my skin is come morning after using this. I don’t rinse it off at night but leave it on as a sleeping mask. In the morning, it rinses off when I take a shower and leaves my skin super hydrated and softened. If you use it as a sleeping mask you’ll get a good deal of use from it but it might go a bit quicker if you use it as a cleansing balm.
To remove your makeup you can spread a bit all over your face and gently work it in. It’ll go oily and that’s when you can rinse it off. It doesn’t emulsify but it does rinse clean away and does a fairly good job removing makeup, oil, and dirt without stripping skin or leaving it dry after use. Personally, I prefer it as a sleeping mask as I’m not much of a fan for removing my makeup with a product that has a texture like this. It contains an assortment of good ingredients such as A, C, and E as well as rose hip and cranberry seed oil for moisture.
I’ve always felt moisture is one of the key elements of maintaining youthful skin and Charlotte Tilbury Multi-Miracle Glow delivers much needed hydration and nourishment to my dry, tired skin! I’ll happily repurchase this one.
Do share your thoughts on it!