This just provided a nice silky base for when I apply my foundation but it has absolutely no oil control for me and my pores were still pretty visible.
Decent product. I think its One of the better primers for covering large pores, almost invisible. Its a clear thin and sticky substance. Let it set for a few min and its dry. It didnt control oil well or help my makeup stay. But its good for just using on your large pore areas and something else for the rest of your face.
This was a bit disappointing. I didn't notice much of a difference using it, it definitely does not erase the look of pores and/or fine lines, which was why I bought it for.
I don't know about staying power or oil control, as I have normal to dry skin.
smells amazing (seriously this smells like heaven)
didn't break me out (I have pretty sensitive skin)
did nothing for me
One of my favorite products. I put this on before applying bb cream and it makes the bb cream much more easier to blend. Therefore, I have more coverage. The smell of this product smells really nice but not too strong; which I like. This doesn't really control my oily skin but it's okay; I can just use my Clean & Clear Oil Blotting Sheets which also works very well. The packaging of this so adorable. I love it! <3
This product is suitable for normal/dry skin types. I have combo skin and my T zone produces more oil than usual when I use this. Will not repurchase.
First I'll quote the English description of the product from the box:
Goodbye Pore-ever Pore Primer Essence
Moisturizing makeup primer masks pores to subdue sebum and improve makeup coverage.
[Directions] Dispense onto hands and apply directly to visible pores.
I decided to purchase this product on a trip to South Korea after using samples that a friend staying in South Korea had sent me. I love this product. I find that it does exactly what it claims. The product comes in a cute light blue squeeze tube that makes it easy to get as much or as little product as you need. The name itself has sparked comparisons to Benefit's the Porefessional but I have not tried that product so I can't say whether or not it is better. The Etude House version does have a better price tag though, I purchased it in Korea for 9,500 won (around 9 dollars) whereas the porefessional is $29. On ebay I see that actually is listed for less than I bought it for in Korea at around $8.50 (someone must be using their employee discount), so its a lot cheaper and most likely functions just as well as the more expensive alternative.
Also this comes in a stick form as well which I haven't tried.