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There’s no reason to settle for less than flawless skin—from head to toe. Miracle Skin Transformer, the brand behind the cult concealer, has developed a formula that evens out imperfections all over your body. It works as a light moisturizer, SPF 20, and a skin-perfecting tint—curing roughness, hiding blemishes, and even masking scars (good news for the klutzy ones among us). It’s the perfect accessory to that strapless cocktail dress, not to mention all your summer tank tops and shorts.
This is a great go-to when I need moisturizing and a little touch of tint. It smoothed out my old arm-acne scars and did not rub off on my clothes.5
I like the idea of a foundation type product for your body - the only issue I have is the color rubbing off if I get water on me or sweat, etc.3
This sunscreen was nice and worked well. I would use it.5
I liked it enough for an everyday use. Ran out too quickly of the sample4
I loved this product it made me glow!! Im not usually one for body makeup but this just feels like lotion!!!5
I actually mixed this with my regular daily moisturizer and it worked really well.5
I loved this product. I really enjoyed the shimmer and the sunscreen. I lived in Texas when I received this sample and needed the extra sunscreen at the time. Now I live in Florida and will likely purchase this product to keep my skin ready to wear shorts and skirts all year long.4
Instead of relying on spray tans, I use this to not only provide uniform bronzing color, but also to add a nice sheen to my legs. I've also used on my face at the beach and with bronzer powder for going out.5
I'm naturally blessed with a tanned skinned so this product did not leave as much of an impression like any body oil in terms of "illuminating". However, as a light concealer, the product works well.3
This lotion feels great going on, and I was surprised by how much I like the "illuminate". It is very subtle, but does give a bit of brightening shine.5