We all know, Revolution loves a dupe. Well, their latest launch; the Revolution Pro Miracle Balm, looks like it’s very much a dupe for the cult favorite Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream, minus the crazy price tag.
The Revolution Pro Miracle skincare range started with the viral sensation; Revolution Pro Miracle Cream back in April 2021. It was a mega sell-out, and since then, we’ve seen the Revolution Pro Miracle Serum. Both of which were Charlotte Tilbury dupes, and now the range is looking to dupe Elizabeth Arden.
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Revolution Pro Miracle Balm
“Inspired by our #1 best-selling Revolution PRO Miracle Cream, this all-in-one protectant balm that instantly moisturises, smooths and hydrates dry and chapped skin as well as providing protection from further irritation and dryness.
This multi-tasking supercharged skincare balm INSTANTLY hydrates and calms skin from the first use and can be used on the face, lips, neck, hair and cuticles. It can even be applied to the cheek bones for a natural dewy finish!Infused with a gorgeously subtle Rose aroma and enriched with skin-loving Vitamin E.“
The Revolution Pro Miracle Balm is said to be inspired by the Miracle Cream, and claims to transform your dull skin within 4 weeks. Ensuring the skin is wonderfully hydrated, and features a nourishing texture.
It’s been formulated with vitamin C to give the skin a real boost, whilst evening out uneven skintone, and a more youthful appearance.
Revolution is marketing this balm as being a multi-use balm, which can be used on the face, lips, hair, neck, and hands, and can be used on any dry spots you have. It’s also supposedly suitable for all skin types, making it a skincare collection essential.
Revolution Pro Miracle Balm is super hydrating, helps relieve tired and dull skin, with visible results within four weeks of use. It has been formulated to have a subtle rose scent, and of course, it’s cruelty-free, as well as being vegan.
As soon as I saw the Revolution Pro Miracle Balm swatched, I knew exactly which product it was trying to emulate. I own the original Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream myself, and the dark orange hue is unforgettable.
The Revolution Pro Miracle Balm has the same deep orange color, and balm-like consistency, with extremely similar claims. Both products are multi-use, and can be used all over the body for treating dry patches.
Except, there’s a massive price difference between the two. The Revolution Pro Miracle Balm is €8.95, and the Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream is £29, so you’re looking at a £20 difference between the two. I can’t wait to try the Revolution version, to see how the formula compares, and it’ll be available very soon.
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