Miracle Skin Transformer Rreviews

Miracle Skin Transformer

I’ve been hearing about the wonders of Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer for a couple of years now, but never tried it. Then it popped up at my local Costco for $30 (it normally retails for $48), so I threw it into my cart, and used it the very next day!

Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer Face SPF 20

Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer Face SPF 20

I’m the first to admit I’m a sucker for the marketing claims on the package, and this was no exception! So when it says it’s a 5-in-1 Tinted Skin Perfecter and a beauty breakthrough that’s going to give me flawless skin in 15 seconds , and even Redbook raves “It’s like airbrushing in a tube, we swear”, I ‘m all in!

Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer

Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer

Looking at the ingredients, I notice it’s got most of the same things as most anti-aging tinted moisturizers with sunscreen. It’s mainly silicones (lots and lots of silicones), water, botanical oils, with vitamin e, retinol, and ubiquinone, and a mix of physical and chemical sunscreens.

SM Swatch

At Costco, it was available in 3 colors, light, medium and tan. I chose the medium shade and it seemed to be a pretty good color when swatched on the back of my hand. Outside of Costco, it also comes in translucent, medium tan, dark, and deep dark which is a decent range of shades for a tinted moisturizer. It feels VERY slick so it spreads really easily with the fingers, but it stays wet feeling so it comes off on everything and feels like it’s sliding around.

So, time for the million dollar question… Did it a miraculously transform my skin into flawless perfection? Absolutely NOT . As a matter of fact, this is one of the worst products I’ve ever tried (and I’ve tried a lot!) Take a look:

SM Full Face

Holy White Mask, Batman!
I look like the Joker (or maybe the Joker’s mother)!

SM Cheek Close Up

Zero Coverage + Pore Accentuation!
Just what I always hoped for!!

SM Forehead Close Up

It’s a Miracle!
My skin looks Dry AND Oily all at once!

Sarah McNamara Miracle Skin Transformer somehow managed to accentuate every flaw, from pores to wrinkles, dry skin to overall tone. Why am I always so shocked and disappointed?

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Miracle Skin Transformer: Table of Contents [Show]

Many people are seduced by a fragrance-free moisturizer, especially when the manufacturers promise almost instant results.

*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

The Miracle Skin Transformer has a silicone-enriched, silky texture that is easy to apply on the skin. It’s slightly powdery, but it won’t dry out your complexion.

Coverage is sheer, but that’s normal since the product is not a foundation, but rather a BB cream. There are various shade range available meant to suit all sorts of skin tones.

When the Miracle Skin Transformer was first launched, the manufacturers noticed it has an extremely low amount of zinc oxide, so they decided to call it out.

A new version was created with a formula that contains 1.5% zinc oxide, a lot better than the previous 0.85%.

A lot of people love the Miracle Skin Transformer because it’s an excellent skin smoother.

The company claims the formula contains some pretty good antioxidants, too. It’s still important for women to understand that just because it has a suggestive name, this doesn’t mean it will miraculously transform your skin.

*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.

The only possible side effect you could experience using Miracle Skin Transformer would be an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients in the cream. If you notice redness, itchy skin, or rash, discontinue use and see a dermatologist if necessary.

Who Is The Manufacturer Of Miracle Skin Transformer?

The manufacturer of Miracle Skin Transformer is Leceur Ltd. The company is based in London, England, and was formed in 2009 as a skincare organization that uses solely organic ingredients. It’s currently a dormant company, and it’s uncertain whether they are still producing anything.

Miracle Skin Transform

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Makeup Review: Miracle Skin Transformer SPF20

The product is intended as skincare, sunscreen, primer, and foundation all in one container. Does it actually work? The pros and cons.

Miracle Skin Transformer SPF20 is an industry-forward product that will work as a true multi-tasker for everyone, not just women. Anything that can help to eliminate so many products is a good thing, and the Transformer does just that by becoming your skincare, sunscreen, primer, and foundation in one container.

Miracle Skin Transformer SPF20

Review of Miracle Skin Transformer SPF20. Photo via Amazon.


  • Uses 100% natural active ingredients
  • Free of parabens, dyes, mineral oil, and talc
  • Works as a combination tinted moisturizer and makeup primer
  • Contains SPF20
  • Buildable coverage


  • Depending on skin condition you may need to apply multiple times or use with other makeup.
  • If you are allergic to Vitamin A, then you should not use this product.


  • Manufacturer – MIST Beauty
  • Size – 50 ml
  • Shades Available – 3 shades and Colorless
  • 100% Natural Active Ingredients
  • Available – August 1, 2010, on the Miracle Skin Transformer website
  • Average Price – $48

Guide Review – Review of Miracle Skin Transformer SPF20

Beauty industry expert, Sarah McNamara, has created a new multi-tasking product whose job is to give you buildable coverage while adding in antioxidants and an SPF20. McNamara states that Miracle Skin Transformer works as a luminous, yet weightless, hydrating base with buildable coverage that works to transforms your skin into a beautiful airbrushed finish. So does the product actually work, and does it really leave your skin looking virtually flawless without a trace of heavy foundation?

I received a sample of Miracle Skin Transformer in Medium and used it for two days. My initial reaction was good because the product felt silky and smooth like a makeup primer, but it also gave a slight tinted moisturizer effect as well. The scent was nice and natural and the consistency was creamy, never tacky or sticky.

The first day’s application was okay, but I had to apply the product several times in order to get the look I wanted under my eyes and on any nuisance blemishes. The second day seemed to give a better application, and after reading the ingredient list, it’s apparent that the Miracle Skin Transformer will look better with each daily application. It sounds weird that wearing a makeup product every day will only make your skin better, but Miracle Skin Transformer actually does so since it contains CO Enzyme Q10 and vitamins K and A (among other natural ingredients).

Overall there are several positives about the Transformer, but also a couple of negatives. I really like the color variations, and since they offer a Colorless shade man could also benefit from the product as well. I love the SPF20 and the fact that it works as a multi-tasker by combining skincare, sunscreen, a makeup primer, and tinted moisturizer in one convenient container. The final positive is the fact that you can continue to build or reapply the coverage during the day without it looking fake or cakey. The downside would be the coverage as well, because depending on your skin’s condition you may need to use the Transformer with your regular makeup products until your skin improves. If you have blemishes, then you will probably need something extra to cover them, as well as severe dark circles. The Miracle Skin Transformer will even out any darkness or blotchiness in your skin, however, and does give you a semi-airbrushed effect afterward. The other downside would be the inclusion of vitamin A in the product. Some people may have too sensitive skin and will not be able to use this product without possible itching or rash. Personally, I have a slight reaction to vitamin A where it makes my skin itch slightly, but nothing too severe where I couldn’t use the Transformer daily.

Our mission has always been to help you find the best products for your skin, no matter your budget or preferences. Beautypedia’s thorough and insightful reviews cut through the hype and provide reliable recommendations for all ages, skin types, and skin tones.

Miracle Skin Transformer SPF 20

Although this is a very good, fragrance-free tinted moisturizer with an in-part zinc oxide sunscreen, it isn’t a miracle and it won’t transform your skin, despite what you may have heard on television talk shows and the like. This enhances skin while it’s worn, just like most tinted moisturizers. We all need to stop being seduced by yet another promise of wrinkle-free, 100% perfect skin.

This product’s best traits include its silky, silicone-enriched texture, super-smooth application, and soft, slightly powdery but non-drying matte finish that help improve your skin’s texture while adding a subtle glow (from the mineral pigment mica). Coverage is definitely sheer, so this is not a replacement for your foundation, assuming you’re seeking to cover more obvious flaws or you have an uneven skin tone.

There are several excellent sheer shades plus a Colorless option, which would function well under your regular makeup. Miracle Skin Transformer’s shade range presents options for fair to dark skin tones, which is great.

The original formula was called out due to a low amount of zinc oxide. This sunscreen active is the only ingredient present that is able to cover the entire spectrum of the sun’s UVA (think aging) rays, and the previous version contained a paltry 0.85%. The current formula contains 1.5%, which is better and enough to propel this product to “Best” status.

There’s a lot to love about Miracle Skin Transformer. Its blend of silicones noticeably smooths skin’s texture (just like most silicone-based serums), the company included some good antioxidants, and they packaged the product in an opaque tube to help keep them stable during use. What you need to keep in mind is that the ingredients it contains won’t transform your skin in a miraculous way; most of the effects are strictly cosmetic. Although the antioxidants will provide some benefit, you’ll get greater benefits by using a serum or moisturizer that is loaded with antioxidants and other beneficial ingredients.

Note:Although this foundation provides broad-spectrum sun protection on its own, you must apply it liberally and evenly to get the stated level of protection. A sheer or spot application will not provide the amount of sun protection the label indicates. If you’re not likely to apply this foundation liberally, we recommend applying it over a moisturizer with sunscreen rated SPF 15 or greater and setting your foundation with a pressed powder rated SPF 15 or greater.

Please refer to the product reviews for details on Miracle Skin Transformer products. For more information, visit www.miracleskintransformer.com.

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