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Sample Testing: Clé de Peau Beauté Smoothing Base For Pores

Sample Information

 Clé de Peau Beauté Smoothing Base For Pores
7ml, made in Japan

Product Description

An exceptionally effective pre-makeup cream that enhances a beautiful foundation finish, while protecting skin from harmful external aggressors such as UV rays.

  • Blends smoothly into skin and provides a translucent clarity.
  • Available in two formulations to suit your skin type or finish preference.
  • Minimizes the appearance of pores to create a dewy-fresh complexion
  • Contents Treatment Lucent Powder EX
  • Dermatologist-Tested

My Thoughts

This makeup base is creamy and smooth. It is extremely easy to apply, it spreads over and melts into the skin like butter. Like what the product claims to do, it helps minimize the appearance of pores to create a dewy finish.

However, I feel that this product lacks in the oil-control department. I have tried it with a matte finish foundation but I feel that my T-zone still gets shiny a little faster than usual. If you have a less oily T-zone, this might work wonders for you. During testing, I also tried avoiding my T-zone entirely, applying the product only on other areas of concern around my cheeks – it works a lot better but my main concern is still, my nose area.

I wish that this product has better oil-control because I really like the texture and consistency.

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Will I Purchase Clé de Peau Beauté Smoothing Base For Pores in full size?

No, I like it but I don’t love it enough to purchase it in full size. I don’t think I will go that extra mile to use a mattifying foundation and powder just for this primer.

This is part of my Sample Testing Series where I try samples and answer the final question – learn more about the series here.

Thank you for reading.

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