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Wednesday, November 9, 2011


If you remember, about a month ago I reviewed Miracle Skin Transformer for the Body. Recently They also debuted Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20 for the Face. This product is a mix between the popular Beauty Balms that have come out of Asia recently and makeup primers.
The goal of Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20 is to hydrate, enhance and protect. For hydration it has Co Enzyme Q 10, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Passion Fruit and Saw Palmetto Extract. All of these ingredients help draw moisture to the skin. Vitamin A also helps to exfoliate skin cells. Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20 enhances skin with naturally derived silicones, which fills up any lines, giving a soft and velvety texture to the skin. Mica pearl pigments give skin uniformity, improving the skin’s texture. To protect the skin there is SPF 20 with a UVA/UVB broad spectrum sunblock, Vitamin E for anti-oxidant properties and Ecophysalis (a natural plant extract that reduces inflammation).

There are seven colors in the range: Translucent, Light, Medium, Medium Tan, Tan, Dark and Deep. I was able to try the Medium color. Now, I am very fair but I actually found that the Medium color wasn’t too dark. This product can be used as a primer or as a foundation alone. If used alone, you can build up the color with more than one application. I like it under my foundation. Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20 retails for $48.00/1.7 oz. and is available at www.miracleskintransformer.com, www.sephora.com, and www.beauty.com.

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  1. Marie,

    Have you tested the MST concealer? I've heard good things about it, but I can't find it IRL to test--especially to select the correct shade? Based on your review of the face product it sounds like it runs light?

  2. I haven't tried the concealer but I can see if I can get some of it. It does run light. The medium MST looked very dark in real life but on my skin seemed to be more of a summer look. I would prefer the light for winter months.


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