A miracle product I hear you say? Is there such a thing? Well, I’ve been testing out the Bio Essence 24K Bio-Gold Miracle Finisher. The second product I have from their range for a few weeks. Here are my findings on the Miracle Finisher.

24K Bio-Gold Miracle Finisher has light-weight breathable texture that adheres perfectly on skin. Enriched with 24K Bio-Gold, Bio Mineral Amino Acid and Bio Energy Fluid, it is applied at the last step of skincare to add a final touch of healthy glow and protection to your skin.
Protects skin against harmful makeup and pollutants; Forms an invisible protective layer over skin to hinder pollutants and helps prevent harmful cosmetic ingredients from having direct contact with skin, thus reducing skin irritation and clogged pores. Matte finish for instant flawless skin Smoothes skin with matte finish, creating the perfect canvas for better makeup application and adherence.*source*

Miracle Finisher comes in a plastic pump action bottle with gold details. Keeping with the theme for the Bio Essence range. The bottle has a vacuum pump style so you can see how much product you have used clearly as it rises from the bottom. I prefer this kind of packaging, it is one I favour.

The Miracle Finisher is a cream coloured liquid, which feels like a light weight cream as you massage it into the skin, finishing with the feel of a primer. Your skin feels baby soft, smooth and plumper. There is a matte finish to this cream which I would love for Autumn/Winter time, but prefer more of a illuminating finish this time of year. However, I didn’t really find this transferred too much to the makeup after application. I just felt my skin looked hydrated and my pores were refined.

Miracle Finisher is applied to your skin after moisturiser, much like a primer. If I think of the Miracle Finisher as a primer I can’t knock it at all. I struggle with primers. With combination skin which is sensitive and sits on the drier side. I also suffer with psoriasis around my nose, occasionally on my mouth and under my eye. Miracle Finisher seems to work on all parts of my skin. The normal/drier areas it smooths and the oily areas it mattifyies then smooths. My skin feels great for makeup application. I have worn 5 different foundations and BB creams over this product and all have performed great and lasted longer. Even in this heat wave we are currently having in England.

Bio Essence 24K Bio-Gold Miracle Finisher (Left) Just moisturiser (Middle) With Miracle Finisher (Right) With bb Cream, concealer, lip oil and mascara/liner

If the Miracle Finisher had not have had that mattifying effect, it is a product I would have worn alone during Summer with just an SPF moisturiser/sun cream. But with the mattifying effect I would always wear this under makeup, just a personal preference there. You only need 1 pump for each application as it spreads well on the face, so it would last a decent time.

To conclude I think the Miracle Finisher is a great product. It does what it says to my skin and leaves me skin looking ready for makeup and feeling good too. I don’t love it as much as the 24K Gold Water, but I do use that product twice a day every day with or without makeup. One quibble I do have with these products is that there are no instructions at all on the products packaging. They are all on the box packaging which I always tend to recycle. But with such great contents going on inside the packaging I can over look that. The product is a little pricier, but with minimal product used each time it will last a good while. Miracle Finisher is another product in the Bio Essence range I feel that does need a look, so if you are looking to try something new make sure to give it a go!

The Miracle Finisher from Bio Essence and their other products are all available from Superdrug. Miracle Finisher costs £29.99 for 30ml of product.

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Bio Essence 24K Bio-Gold Miracle Finisher
4.3Overall Score
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