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Down to Earth Ramblings of Miracle Skin Transformer Miracle Balm

*Post originally written by Olivia J on The Unknown Beauty Blog. If you read this post elsewhere, it has been stolen. PR Sample.*

I admittedly have a weakness for creams that call themselves multipurpose and to add to that a miracle.  This is why when I had the chance to try Miracle Skin Transformer Miracle Balm, I couldn't refuse.

Skin Transformer Miracle Balm ($36) is the all in one balm to use from head to toe.  It can even be applied onto the dry, chapped lips.  Unlike other multipurpose creams, this one isn't the greasy or waxy type; it is more of a smooth lotion.

Free from synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, and parabens; this balm is filled with over 30 moisturizing ingredients.  These ingredients not only protect and moisturize the skin, they will soothe and calm it.

  • Tamanu Oil to heal and soothe
  • Blue Mountain Sage Oil to comfort dry skin
  • Organic Palm, Monoi & Moringa butters to moisturize
  • Japanese Licorice Root to calm any itchiness in the skin
  • Manuka Oil to heal and prevent infection

If I used this blindly without any of this information in front of me, I have to admit I do like this lotion. The texture is very smooth and not greasy but it is different from other lotions where it doesn't exactly glide or slide onto the skin.  It provides like a layer of moisture and protection on the skin.  Hard to explain but nothing thick or discomforting. There is a slight luminosity to this lotion which makes it great for those who like to have a natural looking yet improved skin especially during the summer months.

I would recommend this for people with normal to dry skin and for you Wise Owls out there who like the feel of a luscious lotion without the greasy or cloying fragrance.  For oily skin I would say this will feel too moisturizing.

Is the Miracle Skin Transformer Miracle Balm for $36 (USD) a miracle?  Well, I didn't hear any angels sing when I applied it.  But, I am happy with the moisturizing and soothing feel of this multipurpose balm.  Definitely, worth a try if you haven't already.  You can find this also at Kohls and Ulta and other sites around the web.

*PR Sample.*

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