Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer Review

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer Review
Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer

Korean cosmetics for  skin care and make-up are something that I would like to take a closer look at this year.
 I read a post at one of yours blog about the base No Sebum Blur which really interested me so I decided to check it by myself.
 Keep reading to find out if it’s a good thing or not!


From Producer

Sebum-controlling and skin-perfecting primer keeps face shine-free for hours, while refining pores and smoothing out fine lines at the same time for all-day fresh and flawless skin. Used after skin care, No-Sebum Mineral Primer is easily absorbed without leaving a heavy or sticky feel or creating a whitish cast around skin. Apply primer on areas of concern and lightly pat into skin. Follow with powder or foundation


My Opinion

 Innisfree is a naturalism-oriented cosmetics brand created by Amore Pacific in 2000. Was launched by the largest skincare and cosmetics company in South Korea, marketed as its first eco-friendly brand. You can get it on ebay or yesstyle online shop. This is my first contact with this brand but I hope not the last one. 
The primer cost around £7 for 25 ml so quite cheap for such a large capacity, for example Nyx Pore Filler costs £11 for 20 ml. 
It has the consistency of a colorless gel with a slightly mint fragrance that can be easily and quickly applied. Comfortable on the face because it doesn't feel greasy and gets absorbed very quickly.

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Primer opinion

The main task of the primer is first of all smoothing the skin by filling lines, wrinkles and pores, as well as keeping the matt for longer at the same time moisturizing. Does it actually work this way? I have to admit that I really noticed the difference in the matter of matting the skin. I used under different kind of foundations but the most surprising was when Bourjois Healthy Mix which is a wet foundation with a luminous finish didn't actually shine in the T zone for a good few hours.
  Works very well with foundations - their application doesn't cause any problems. I was looking forward to “shrunken pores” but that doesn't really happen. The skin appears soft, smooth, healthy almost the entire day but pores don't really appear smaller or shrunk. Maybe it reduces their visibility but  only in 15% which is not enough for me. This is the only unfulfilled promise because it really fills small lines of wrinkles. Smoothes the facial skin very nicely and it's soft and pleasant to the touch.


Innisfree Review


Overall, I'm happy with the purchase of this primer. I think that will be works well for people with oily or combination skin type and also in the current heat summer weather, making our make-up longer fresh and looked good.



Have you ever tried any Korean make-up cosmetics?
If you have something to recommend, please let me know below😊👇




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