It’s hard not to be skeptical when you read about a product named MIRAKLE CREAM. I hope you’ll read this to see why I’m using it and think you should too. Also whatever you do, don’t become skeptical over the tagline Genius in a Jar. I know it’s hard not to wonder if a cream could live up to high expectations with that name and tagline. I did at first but now I’m a believer.
I was instantly attracted to the perky packaging of this cream. It comes in a fabric pouch that matches the cheerful label of the cream. The founder of Mirakle Cream created this from a traditional Uzbekistanian print, her country of origin. This bag can be either used to store the cream or repurposed to hold things in a drawer that you don’t want to get lost which is what I did. I’m constantly dropping my tweezers off my vanity or misplacing it but now it holds both of the tweezers that I use regularly.
Open the bag to find this creamy white potion with a pink spatula just above the temporary top. Yes it’s a jar and yes many complain about that but it works with the smooth consistency of the cream. (I’m also storing the pink spatula in the bag.)
Two things that I love best about MIRAKLE CREAM are that it feels wonderfully refreshing on my skin and it’s fragrance free. I’m all about fragrance free. There are many claims that MIRAKLE CREAM makes about this product, some of which I’ve experienced and some that I hope to experience as time goes on.
What I’ve seen by using this as my nighttime moisturizer:
Increased hydration of the skin
Rapid re-hydration of the skin
Increased moisture retention in the skin
What I’ve seen by using this on my body:
Reduction or elimination of dry, rough, scaly skin
Prevention of dry, rough, scaly skin
What I’m expecting to see from continued use:
Improvement in collagen production
Firm, toned and tightened skin
Increase in radiance and luminosity of the skin
Decrease in hyper pigmentation such as sun spots, age spots and other related dark spots
Regeneration of damaged skin
Protection from free radicals
Reduction of inflammation
Mild Antibacterial protection
Other areas that Mirakle Cream can help:
Healing of bedsores, burns, cuts and dermatitis
Reduction or calming of eczema and psoriasis
Reduction in swelling
Reduction in stretch marks
Restoration of skin
Natural low level sun block (not to be used as a primary source of sunblock)
This gluten-free, paraban-free, surfactant-free cream is a gem. It is loaded with natural ingredients like beeswax, coconut oil, sea buckthorn, shea butter, cocoa butter, aloe, and algae. All of these add up to a moisturizing, softening, and brightening product that helps fight against the signs of aging. My favorite ingredient, hyaluronic acid, is one of the wonders inside this US handcrafted cream. To top it off it’s cruelty-free.
I use a lot of products as a beauty blogger but not all can stick around for the long run. MIRAKLE CREAM can and will. — Marcia
*sent for consideration, used with love
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I found First Aid Beauty…or I guess it found me…in 2010…November 16, 2017