Top Pore Minimizing Products

I’m sure you’ve probably heard the comparison between an artist’s canvas and beautiful skin. The better the canvas, the better the art will turn out. And the healthier your skin is, the better your makeup will look (and last!).

Pore minimizing products are the kinds of things that women try, but don’t give enough time to really work. They aren’t instantaneous, but they can really help work on large or deep pores to shrink and clean them. And no matter what kind of foundation you wear, the smaller the pores the better.

I’ve gathered a few of my favorite pore minimizing products below, at a variety of price points. My favorite is Benefits POREfessional. I love using that around my nose and on my cheeks. It’s completely sheer but does the job!

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  • Olay Pore Minimizing Cleanser + Scrub 2 of 7

    A pore minimizing cleanser with a little exfoliation action is sure to leave your skin looking fresh and clean up close!

    Buy it at Target for $6.99

  • benefit Porefessional 3 of 7

    A favorite product among many, this is a great lightweight pore minimizing primer to wear under makeup.

    Buy it at Sephora for $30.00

  • Philosophy Total Matteness 4 of 7

    I'm a huge Philosophy fan and have used this mask before! It's great for tightening up your skin, shrinking pores, and giving you an overall clean feeling.

    Buy it at Sephora for $25.00

  • Korres Pomegranate Mattifying Primer 5 of 7

    A primer is key to making pores look smaller when wearing makeup. Anything "mattifying" is sure to help your makeup last all day.

    Buy it at Sephora for $33.00

  • Bliss Steep Clean Mattifying Toner Pads 6 of 7

    Super easy to use, these mattifying pads will clean out any stubborn dirt in your pores.

    Buy it at Bliss.com for $38.00

  • Clarins Truly Matte Pore Minimizing Serum 7 of 7

    Clarins is very well-known for high quality products. This serum should be applied on clean, dry skin and worn under makeup.

    Buy it at Overstock.com for $39.99

Article Posted 5 years Ago

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