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There's a major difference between a dewy complexion and an oil-slicked face, which is why we're working hard to find products that cure the latter. Our latest acquisition? Peter Thomas Roth's Max Anti-Shine Mattifying Gel, which features an advanced roster of powerful oil-absorbing and pore-minimizing ingredients. We love how it absorbs shine and controls excess oil without stripping our skin's natural moisture barrier. Plus, it keeps our makeup from sliding down our faces midday, which is a miracle in itself.
I am still not sure about this one. I think I can tell more of a difference in pores than when using my boscia no pores treatment but I'm not sure if it justifies the price. Will try out another week or 2 and then decide if I want to buy it!3
I think this def worked. it didnt break me out but it felt really weird putting it on. Like powder gel. Not sure if i should moisturize first and then put it on or what....hard to know how to use it.3
I felt that this didn't do as good of a job as my Smashbox primer at keeping my complexion oil free. I love how it feels going on though!3
It helped control oil on some parts of my face, but not others. Also I wasn't thrilled with the vaseline like texture.3
i loved this, but sadly it broke me out. so i stopped using it, i think i will give it to my sister.3
Good product, reduces shine even over make-up. Just out of my price range.3
I didn't see much of a difference in my face after using it. My pores also looked the same.3
I am EXTREMELY oily like no one else's face I've ever seen. My pores defeated this product as well as all the other ones I've tried. I am, however, LESS oily than usual, but I still end up having to blot my face every hour or so.3
I don't have that oily skin so I can't appreciate this product fully - until maybe summer starts!3
I'm a person with the true definition of 'Combination' skin; and the oily parts of my skin are pretty clearly defined. After the 1st time I sampled this product, I found that I had 2 small pimple-like spots come up that were previously not there, or at least less visible. Although I do have very sensitive skin in nature, this product was still a disappointment and did not prevail with it's claim to be "oil free".3