Dr. Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner Review

Dr. Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner Review. If you're an oily girl, or a girl who just has lar...

Dr. Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner Review. If you're an oily girl, or a girl who just has large pores in general than you must know what it's like to step out of the house looking great only to fine 2 hours later that your makeup is sliding off your face. It's every girl's worst nightmare, specially in the summer and warmer months. Lately I've been on the hunt for the perfect primer and luckily I stumbled upon Dr. Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner.

What Dr. Brandt Says It Does:
Dr. Brandt pores no more® pore refiner smoothes and evens the skin's texture, providing a matte finish with or without makeup. Its infusions of microspheres and flaxseed effectively shrink pores, absorb oil, and keep shine at bay.

What I Say It Does: This is now my holy grail for primers, and a stable in my collection. It keeps shine at bay for hours and leaves my skin looking natural and flawless. I've been trying it out now for the last two months and it still works like a dream. You can see from the pic that most of the product has been used. It works with all types of foundation that I have tried it with, minerals, liquids, creams, and powders. Not only does it keep shine at bay but it also shrinks the pores. I even have gotten compliments on how small my pores look, I have never in my life been told that I have tiny pores. If you suffer from large pores, or oily skin be sure to give this baby a try. You'll fall in love instantly.



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