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Of all the beauty minefields out there, visible pores are one of the trickiest to dodge. Foundation alone doesn't do the trick, which is why we turn to this translucent balm to shrink the appearance of our pores. The silky, oil-free formula diffuses pores and fine lines for an airbrushed finish, and it goes on sheer, leaving skin smoother and more even. We can use it as a primer in the mornings or as a touch-up treatment throughout the day. Perfect T-zone, here we come.
I love the benefit brand and the pore minimizer is no exception. It truly works and j cannot see my pores on my nose as easily5
I have heard so much hype about this product so I was excited to try it! it was amazing!!!5
Benefit does a great job with the marketing of their products. They look vintage and hip at the same time. That alone pulls customers in, but that is not the only reason customers come back. Benefit has high quality products and this one is no different. You can always count on Benefit products to do what they say. This is a great slightly tinted primer. Highly recommended.5
left a chalky look to my skin and no noticeable effects.
Goes on smooth, great primer, I use on my t-zone! Wish the sample had been bigger5
Love it! Worked wonders on my pores! Perfect size sample will def purchase in the future4
Incredible smell and feel on face. Makeup sticks to face better and lasts longer. I purchased this product immediately after trying!5
Love this product!!!!!!!!! Definitely going to be purchasing again2
I've seen people use this stuff for years, but I never got the final push to buy it until I received it as a sample. I've tried quite a few silicon primers, but this is the best by far. It doesn't make my skin feel greasy and leaves is as a perfect base for foundation. I will definitely be keeping this is my makeup bag from now on.5
I don't have pore issues per say, but after using the sample, I can see the minimizing effects regardless.4