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Dr Brandt Pores No More Pore Refiner

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alltouchedout Sat 03-Sep-16 09:54:59

Is this as good as it's said to be? I really want something that genuinely minimises pores under foundation. Lanacome is ok with a lot of dabbing- certainly noticeably better than nothing- but as far as pores go it isn't amazing, and I want amazing. The Olay pore minimising primer I tried made them look worse. I have large pores (the ones on my nose especially look dreadful with foundation), quite oily skin that gets a few dry and flaky patches in winter, and need a fairly decent foundation coverage thanks to scars from old spots, redness, thread veins etc. The cost of the Dr Brandt means it would be a splurge for me and I don't want to spend that much to be disappointed, so would anyone recommend or warn against this product?

alltouchedout Sat 03-Sep-16 17:28:59

(Because I really want to hear from anyone who has used this)

McNally Sat 03-Sep-16 17:57:45

I used this quite a while ago. I can't remember that much about it and didn't buy it again so clearly wasn't overly impressed. Sort that's not much help. If there's a SpaceNK near you maybe you could try it out? I have quite an oily t zone and some dry patches (and open pores). I'm using a By Terry primer at the moment - it has hyaluronic in the name - and do quite like it. It is mattifying but not drying and seems to even my skin out. Don't know that it does much for open pores, though I'm not such much does unfortunately.

McNally Sat 03-Sep-16 17:59:01

Urgh, typos. I meant "sorry that's not much help" and "not sure much does".

YesAnastasia Sat 03-Sep-16 18:17:30

I have no idea but I'm very interested. I have only just got into skincare (approaching 40...) and this is what I need too!

Mitfordhons Sat 03-Sep-16 19:34:23

Didn't do it for me. The best one I've tried is the Benefit one.

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