Get Around-The-Clock Glowing Skin With Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream – The Kit

By daniellenierenberg

The first step in any flawless makeup application is nailing your moisturizing routine (who wants makeup clinging to dry skin patches, #AmIRite?). And makeup artist Charlotte Tilburythe pro best known for making her celeb and model clients glow like they just stepped off the beaches in her hometown Ibizahas created a glowing skincare trifecta to prime and perfect skin 24/7, all but guaranteeing a *chefs kiss* makeup application.

The trio includes her iconic Magic Creamadored by celebrities and supermodels alike, thanks to star ingredients like peptides, hyaluronic acid plus antioxidants like vitamins C & E. With the Magic Night Cream, Tilbury turns up the glow while you sleep. Its a nourishing balm texture that boasts time-released retinol (famed to smooth lines), plant stem cells, plus CoEnzyme Q10 and vitamin E to ensure dewy, bouncy looking skin by morning. The final secret weapon of the trio is the Magic Eye Rescue: a smoothing, brightening eye cream packed with time-released retinol and plant stem cell extracts to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness on tired-looking eyes. (Bonus: each is now available in refillable, recyclable glass jars).

To learn more on how to keep the glow going, we asked board-certified dermatologist Dr. Angela Lamb, who has teamed up with Charlotte Tilbury, how to nail your best day-and-night skincare routine for dewy results (including her pro advice on eye cream).

For the winter you want a product with humectants. These are ingredients that trap moisture and can fall into many categories. Some examples are glycerin, shea butter, and hyaluronic acid. They create a seal on the skin and attract water, which helps keep water close to the skin surface and prevents it from evaporating too quickly. The Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream contains two of these key humectants, hyaluronic acid as well as aloe vera and shea butter, helping to hydrate skin for up to 24 hours and making it a perfect product for the winter.

The key ingredients for long-lasting improvement would be retinol. It builds collagen and decreases fine lines. To get that immediate boost, you want ingredients that provide hydration and reflect light, and give a refreshed look, like in the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Eye Rescue.

A retinol! It is the main ingredient that will provide what most people want: younger-looking eyes.

The time that you sleep allows the body to regenerate, repair cells and refresh. A great night cream will help your body accomplish these goals. The CoEnzyme Q10 in the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Night Cream does this well. As an antioxidant, it is able to actually help your skin repair some of the daily damage and regenerate for smooth, healthy-looking skin.

For product layering, I like moisturizer or serum first, then eye creams on top. I recommend layering a retinol on top of a moisturizer. You get the same benefits without any potential dryness.

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