Dr. Brandt Pore Thing T-Zone Pore Tightener

I’ve been meaning to review this for a couple weeks but have been putting it off because I had a hard time concluding whether or not the vast improvement to my oily skin was due to using Dr. Brandt Pore Thing twice a day or because of the change in climate. Either way, I’m really happy with skin right now. I was dealing with a lot of oiliness and break-outs during the summer… my makeup would literally melt off my face by the end of the day and it was not a pretty sight. I went to Sephora with a friend of mine and was looking for a foundation that had some sort of oil-control component to it so that my face would look matte during the day… but one of the sales associates recommended using Pore Thing as a treatment as well as Urban Decay’s De Slick Oil Control Setting Spray. I’ve stopped using the setting spray because I haven’t really needed it anymore, but I still use Pore thing during my morning and night routine. My skin looks a lot better these days, and my pores do look a lot tinier, so maybe Pore Thing has done its part!

Pore Thing comes in a spherical blue container and looks like a jello mold on the inside. It smells fresh and minty, and doesn’t leave any kind of residue on my face. I rub a tiny bit into my t-zone and other problem areas and it kind of leaves my face feeling refreshed. I do this after I cleanse my face, and after I rinse my aspirin mask off (I use the aspirin mask about twice a week). Something I found kind of cool is that by the time  I go to apply Pore Thing to my face again at night, the mold inside the container has returned to its original shape, with a completely flat surface… I’m assuming that it does the same to my face, filling my pores and other crevices in my face to give me a smooth finish – kind of like a primer! I’m just guessing though. I’ve stopped using a primer, and my makeup looks fine by the end of the day.

I’d recommend giving Dr. Brandt’s Dr. Brandt Skincare Pore Thing™ with EVERMAT™ T-Zone Pore Tightener a try for anyone having problems with oily or combination skin. You can get it at Sephora for $45… it’s kind of pricey, but anyone who has been dealing with breakouts and embarrassing makeup melt-downs can tell you it’s well worth the money.

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