Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer Review

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer
Bought for: P635 (25ml)
Bought from: Innisfree

I'm doing makeup for years now and I think the secret to a perfect canvas (aside from good skin) is a good makeup primer. They are a lot of primers now in the market and of all the formulas being sold, I like the blurring/mattifying ones because oily skin and large pores is why. We have it in our genes and I couldn't think of anyone in my father's side who didn't go through the hard puberty stage. Anyway, a good primer also improves the skin's texture so you better choose them carefully. I'm glad I have found this primer from Innisfree which is what I have been loving lately.


Smooth skin texture with concealed pores. This both cleanses and smooths out uneven pores and bumps, creating a clear skin texture prior to makeup application. Long-lasting softness. Natural mint and minerals manage the oil and moisture balance of the skin, allowing skin to remain soft and smooth for long periods. Clean and comfortable skin using ingredients from Jeju. This product allows skin to remain supple and clear by tightening wide pores with Jeju green persimmon extracts, while the Jeju green complex creates healthier skin.


After your skincare routine, squeeze some primer onto your fingertip and spread a thin layer on pores. Gently pat for even coverage. *It may cause flakes or clumps when used excessively, so use only a small amount and spread in a thin layer.


Product comes in a small, easy-squeeze tube container that's very travel-friendly.I like pointed nozzles like this as they allow for precise dispensing. It also comes in a cardboard box with sufficient product information such as claims/benefits, directions, ingredient list as well as the expiry date.


It has a minty scent which I really like but not off-putting. It's also a tinted primer that I think is intended to copy and enhance our skin's natural tone and color. The first time I dispensed an amount, I thought I was using an expired product as the formula is quite clumpy and is colored brown. I realized that it's just like that and that it doesn't matter. The texture is very similar to mousse products and is very easy to spread on the skin. It's velvety to the touch and it fills the pores without clogging. Be careful how much you put on. It will create clumps and flakes when used excessively. It's safe to say that a little goes a long way.


I am so far liking Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer as it does its job in mattifying and blurring the skin. It lessen the appearance of pores and blemishes for a perfect canvas. I also notice that I oil up  less whenever I am using it and that makeup stays for an additional hour or two, definitely longer than without any primers on.

This is one of the cheapest primers out there and you'll think it's even cheaper because a little goes a long way. If you are looking for a primer that blurs pores and imperfection instantly, go for this product! It won't disappoint.


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