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On International Women’s Day, there are plenty of brands you can spend your hard earned cash on that will go towards helping women. The Better Skin Co is no exception — and even better, today, 100 per cent of the proceeds made from their cult favourite Mirakle Cream will go to the ACLU, to help support education equality and fight against gender-based violence.

Mirakle Cream — a concoction that many beauty editors and models swear by — was created by Natalya Rachkova, using a “magic” family recipe from Uzbekistan. Not only does it hydrate, reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and sun spots, it’s completely paraben-free, gluten-free and cruelty-free. (Though it is worth it to note that those with blemish-prone skin might want to approach with a bit more caution, especially if they’re known to have reactions to shea butter.)

 

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That said, Mirakle Cream is popular for a reason. It gets consistently high reviews, and anyone who loves it, LOVES it. In fact, Refinery29‘s senior beauty editor Rachel Krause has said of the product, “My complexion seems smoother, brighter, clearer, and generally more comfortable thanks to this one product alone.”

And chances are, you’ve already seen this little tub make an appearance in your social media feed. It’s everywhere.  If you wanted to finally see what the hype is about (or replenish your stock) — while donating 100 per cent of that $34 USD price tag to a good cause —  now is the time to do it.

WHO IT’S FOR:

Anyone looking for a new moisturizer who simultaneously wants to donate to charity.

HOW MUCH?

$34 USD

WHERE TO FIND IT

Better Skin Co.