Review of L'Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur by NuttyGrrl77
Aside from getting botox or cosmetics fillers, I have tried every product out on the market (drugstore & luxury) that advertises it will help smooth lines (and products to make pores appear smaller). I was hopeful that maybe this would finally be that 'miracle' product, not to get rid of the lines, but to at least be able to difuse them a bit, making them less noticeable on my mid-30's face.
First, the consistency is so thick that it's hard to squeeze out of the packaging (which, btw, is very small for the price). I'd hate to see the struggle you will have when you get down to the last few drops!! When you do get the product out, it's very hard to spread evenly on your face. This definitely reminds me of a primer, not something that would be part of your skincare routine. It does dry quickly, maybe a bit too quickly. After several minutes, I still didn't notice any difference in the appearance of my fine lines, large pores or wrinkles. So I added more to those problem areas (forehead, # 11 lines and cheek pores) and again waited for the miracle blur to take effect (still waiting, btw).
The only positive noticeable difference was in feeling my skin, it felt smoother, but looking in the mirror, I noticed that my small pores were even more emphasized!! I thought maybe it was in my application, so I've tried with & without makeup, before & after makeup application, and before/after moisturizing... still no noticeable difference. I used a lot, used very little, applied only to my problem areas, applied all over and still haven't found this to make one bit of "positive" difference to the appearance of my skin. I notice more of a difference from the other make up primers I use. Oh, well, it was worth a try.