Anyone try the Dior Skin Perfect Pore Refining Perfecting Moisturize
I think Dior is a pretty cool brand but I think everyone who knows makeup knows Dior is very expensive. ive recently been looking at their skin perfect pore perfecting moisturizer and I want to know if it is well worth the $$$$. Has anyone tried it? What was your experience? Also im looking for a good brightening daily moisturizer so I you could suggest one that would be great.
I honestly don't think there is anything special about Dior's Pore Refining Moisturizer, especially if you want it for its pore refining qualities. There are a lot of products I know of that work better at reducing and minimizing enlarged pores than the Dior product does. Of course, that is my opinion and you may get other opinions from others who have also tried it.
Anyway, you mentioned that you'd like to have a brightening moisturizer for daytime use. I think a great product for you would be a primer and moisturizer all in one called Urban Decay Complexion Primer Potion - Brightening. It is an oil-free, skin-brightening moisturizer that contains anti-aging benefits (as a bonus feature). Try this moisturizer/primer under foundation (or alone!) for beautifully moisturized skin that looks brighter and feels tighter. This lightweight, oil-free, never-greasy formula includes Hyaluronic Filling Spheres to minimize the look of imperfections while leaving your skin thoroughly moisturized. Your skin will look youthful and lifted and your foundation will slide on smoothly, evenly and last longer. The convenient squeeze tube includes a twist-up dispenser for easy portion control. This formula is vegan and paraben free and you can find it here: http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P24
If you need a pore minimizing product, a much less costly product than the Dior but just as effective is Clinique’s Pore Refining Solutions Correcting Serum. It is a concentrated serum that refines pores so they seem smaller, as if they have 'snapped back' into shape. It contains a Pore Resurfacing Complex, which quickly and gently clears out debris and rough flakes. Over time, your skin creates stronger supports for a tighter, smoother look. It is oil-free, ideal for all skin types and you can read all about it here: http://www.sephora.com/browse/product.jhtml?id=P28
Hope this helps!
Have a great day!
I don't even know makeup and I know Dior is expensive in every department. I've never tried their products, but if you're looking for something natural, you may want to try Jurlique's Purely White Brightening skincare lines. I've only tried their night treatment, which was not oily for me all, despite it having oils in its ingredient list, but the essence in the skincare line is getting good reviews too, so you may want to check out the whole line in general, not just the moisturizers. I hope this helps and good luck!