My father went to our tiny Dillards to the Chanel counter to buy 3 bottles of perfume so I told him "make sure to ask for samples!!" & the ladies at (both) Chanel's in this town lurve him so he ended up w this little gem! See it pays to build a rapport w ur local makeup counter SA's & at the little Dillards we go to, the SA's "man" multiple counters hence I think that is how I ended up w this 30ml generous sample! I have oily skin so I wasn't using much for primer (I want to re buy Benefit Porefessional but my $$$ is low), so I've been using this w a very good quality fdtn (Sephora Perfect Mist which is my HG!) & my new LM loose setting powder I did splurge on both of those this month coz MAC fdtn's aren't too gr8 for my extreme oily skin. This primer isn't for my skin type I can't fault that but it's a good primer if you are normal-to-dry. I prefer my silicone-based primers tbh & I will need to use this up b4 hot/humid summer weather (this frugal gal would hate to waste such an $$$ sample!). I'd been using primers such as ELF (basic. Good. Kind of expensive coz of deceptive packaging its price per oz isn't very good! But it does work), Clinique SuperPrimer (too expensive, geared towards normal skin but okay IMO), Loreal LUMI (this is good but I prefer a more matte finish, I'd compare this more to MAC Strobe Cream almost, it's too dewy & shine + dewy isn't pretty), MAC Oil Control Lotion (using this now as a moisturizer rather than a primer which it serves me much better althou it's $$$ coz it's HE), which are all in my collection currently & I did have porefessional a long time ago loved it but was turned off by its price pointe but obvs I gotta invest! Primers aren't cheap!! I may use this as a moisturizer to use it all up coz I'm so oily but I'm totally open to trying LM primer for my appropriate skin type. I would hit "maybe" for rebuy becoz I wouldn't buy hydrating but I'm not very familiar w LM so she must have an oily skin primer? I think the most important things to spend $$$ on for makeup (if you can) is a good primer, good foundation & good setting powder (for your appropriate skin type) I mean there are other important things but if I have to choose those are 3 top things I think I've tried to scrimp on & cannot becoz I have very extremely oily skin; & shiny greasy isn't cute neither is oxidized fdtn or fdtn's that don't cater to offering many skin tones as orange fdtn may be cute on Snooki & some folks do get lucky w inexpensive fdtn shades but the majority of people need a brand that offers many shade selections. Thankfully powder is more forgiving on its shade offerings. Anyways I highly rec'd this primer if you have dry-to-normal skin. It won't do that much for us oily skin types but it def won't dehydrate or over dry your skin. I believe it's oil free. It does not break me out but I do not find it all that helpful only coz I'm oily but I'm still not going to lower its rating by giving it a low number of lippies.