71% would repurchase
on 11/24/2015 2:03:00 AM
More reviews by agnebai
It is a slightly tinted mattifying primer. I only use it on the upper part of my cheeks and around my nose, where the pores are bigger and more visible. It fills them really nicely and very small amount of the product is enough (I noticed if I use too much of it, it does not sit well underneath the rest of my make-up products). It really does mattify the skin instantly. If I am in a hurry and have no time or don't want to apply much make-up, I just use a little bit of the Z-Pore primer on my cheeks and nose to make skin texture look more matte and smoother. It really helps when used both under foundation and without it.I am sure I will repurchase and continue using Z-Pore primer once I finish my first tube. However, I have been using it every day for over a year now and nowhere close to finishing it yet! :)
on 1/4/2015 1:05:00 PM
More reviews by braless
I use this right after I put on a little moisturizer. I don't put it all over just in spots. yes it works. It is good for between the eyebrows and the lip wrinkles. It fills slight indentations in other areas anywhere on my face. It does last a long time. can be reapplied over my makeup if I think it might need it, like 6-8 hours later. I hate to use it under my eyes (but on sides is good) becuz it makes reddish indented hollowness after a couple days. In other words it is too drying for there. I also don't like to use too much around the nose or it can be too occlusive and cause zits. Okay many of you have quit using the liquid makeups and that is good if you want to use this. It is very good to use before you apply powder makeup. All I use is moisturizer, this and Physicians Formula Cover Tox 10 medium shade powder. It makes my skin look as flawless as anything I can do, no it doesn't look perfect, but it NEVER gets cakey, greasy, or large pored doing this regimen. I used to think piling on creams would help large pores that I HAD, but found that NOT applying lots of heavy lotions and creams and NEVER using liquid foundation is the key. I never have that look of OMG the pores are poking thru. And I always did using liquid foundation. This also does seem to have a cumulative effect. I notice when I use it for a while it tends to make wrinkle areas less wrinkled naturally than before. Nothing is perfect. I think anyone can experiment with this and find a spot that this helps to fill. I don't sell this, Ive tried about everything. Like I said nothing is perfect. But this is a big help. It also lightens a reddish area. use a small amount, if you need to TAP in more do. Don't rub it. And don't use any of the other creams they offer. They are NOT good.
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on 8/2/2013 1:41:00 PM
More reviews by cherryme
This serum goes on smoothly on my skin BUUUT it dried my skin and left white streakes on my cheeks! You could see the dry patches on my skin right after I used it.It is difficult to wash it off even from my hands probably because it has a ton of silicone, dimethicone whatever. I will never buy it again and I don't recommend.
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on 5/6/2013 8:13:00 AM
More reviews by Overload
I liked this product, it is very light and doesn't break me out. Seemed to help with dark spots, but only on new/fresh ones and not on old scarring.
on 4/9/2012 7:58:00 PM
More reviews by Takumi
Performance: Nothing impressive..i could say it does nothing much of reducing eye circle or lifting like what it claims..only god in moisturising. Texture: Day cream is kind of gel like and sticky, but disappear after sometimes; Night cream is more creamy, absorb faster than day cream. Both is easy to glide onScent: Not overwhelming, light herbal scented Packaging: Not very hygienic (need to dab finger into the content)Worthiness: No worth it. Very pricey for a moisturising eye cream. Cost me about USD 55-60.
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