I’ve had to try this three or four times to make sure my eyes aren’t deceiving me, but Sisley Pore Minimizer is pretty amazing. I’ve even looked in the magnifying mirror of doom and the effect is the same – it works. It’s not dissimilar to the initial effects of Benefit’s Porefector, but in a much more refined formula (and no doubt it will be much more expensive than Porefector). 

Even though I don’t have oily skin, and this product is aimed at oilier skin types, once you’ve applied the cream, your pores do look significantly better with a kind of halo-effect that definitely reduces the look of them. However, Sisley Pore Minimizer goes a few steps further than other surface pore reducers, in that it has many ingredients that will help skin in the longer terms so it isn’t just a quick-fix, but a long-term skin helper, too. It’s primarily aimed at the over 40’s, but if pores are an issue, you shouldn’t let this deter you. By keeping pores purified and sebum well under control, the surface of the skin becomes more even. 

It launches on 1st September, £119, and in silicone free. First impressions are that Sisley Pore Minimizer is a genuine find.

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