[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] If you’re a fan of Charlotte’s Magic Cream for the face, I think you’ll very much enjoy the body version which is blended with hyaluronic acid, caffeine and shea.

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Body Cream

It’s sumptuous, beautifully hydrating, makes skin feel supple and soft – oh, and smooth as well – and has a beautiful clean/flowery scent that reminded me, for some reason, of Estee Lauder face creams. So, the trickier issue is the claims to reduce the appearance of cellulite by 40% and skin feels 22% firmer and more lifted. I promise, if you’re buy it for those two claims, you will be disappointed. I can’t even think how to measure 22% firmer – would I know it by sight?

Charlotte Tilbury Magic Body Cream

I think we’ve grown used to taking the notorious Tilbury claims with a pinch of salt but that doesn’t mean they’re not great products. The Magic Body Cream feels like an absolute treat – I’m not a big fan of applying body lotions but even I liked this one for the expensive smell, the softened skin, the smooth shins and the amplified last. It’s £49 HERE, but there is a smaller version for £20 HERE if you’d just prefer to dip your toe.

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