This US brand is heading to our shores very soon and I think you will be seeing the name everywhere.
Now, Miracle Skin Transfomer is a multi-purpose skin enhancer, I suppose you would call it. It has all the credentials of a BB without saying so as such on the packaging. Called a 5-in-1 Formula, it hydrates, primes, enhances, mattifies and protects (SPF20). I’ve given it a try and it feels lovely on the skin although the tint is extremely light coverage wise, so it’s for the already blessed with perfect skin. However, the ingredient list is good – Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Saw Palmetto, Passion Fruit Oil and CoEnzyme Q10 – in encapsulated beads (although you cannot tell). It is one of the closest actual things to the name ‘perfecting’ I have ever used because it gives that halo effect and blurring blurring thing on the skin.. without a doubt.. but because it has little in the way of tint, it’s definitely got to be primer material for me rather than coverage alone although it does, with layering, give some concealing. However, looking at the examples on their site, they look to me like a bit of a stretch.
It feels silicone-y on the skin until it settles.. it has that initial slip that only silicone can do, but Miracle Skin Transformer, £26, uses a natural silicone base made from sand (ooh, clever!). The product comes in seven shades and is free from petrochemicals, synthetic fragrance, parabens, dyes, waxes, mineral oils and talc. You can find it at MIRACLE SKIN TRANSFORMER and at Selfridges from November.
While the Miracle Skin Transformer is the star product there are plenty of others, including Transformer Body (great for a cleavage smoother) and a treatment concealer.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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