Attention Oily Skin Gals: The Porefessional Invisible Finish Mattifying Gel Review!

If you are an oily type of gal then you must’ve been excited to click on this post. Trust me, I am just as excited to post this review, now get ready to throw away those blotting papers- okay don’t throw anything away unless you want to- now with that said lets begin this review!



Matte RescuePhoto Credit: Artistakay


This is the “Porefessional Matte Rescue Invisible-Finish Mattifying Gel”  from Benefit Cosmetics.  is a water-based gel primer with a matte finish. It minimizes the appearance of pores, absorbs excess oil for a natural matte finish and contains diamond powder to give it a soft-focus pore-blurring effect. Trust me when I tell you this, it works like magic on my oily skinned clients. I don’t have oily skin so this product isn’t a must for me, but for those who start producing oil within an hour really need this.

MAtte Rescue 2

This product does contain glyceran, so it will help your makeup last longer and adhere better. Now the product description doesn’t state that it is a primer, more of a “gel”, but I consider this as a primer. I have used this on a variety of skin types -including my self- and this product is just amazing. I can only praise it greatness, no harsh criticism needed.This product retails for $28 and contains 1.6 oz/ 47 mL.


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How to?

It works quite simply, just make sure you skin is freshly washed & apply it all over the face- or wherever you get oily. Wait 2-3 minutes then apply the foundation; usually you have to give primer’a some time to work its magic into the skin. If you are not a foundation type of gal, just use this gel/primer without any foundation, any way you wear it, it will work!


Let me know whats your favorite primer?


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