Wednesday, January 6, 2016

StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner | My Beauty Picks

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Hello lovelies! Today I'm going to be talking about a product that was sent to me via the website iFabbo called, StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner.

After trying several different ways of using this product the past month, I've discovered my favorite was as a base for my foundation and concealer when my skin is acting up from products that make my skin go crazy [a.k.a damage my under-eye area and make products not lay right on my skin]. What was I saying? Oh, yeah. I like using this product like a face primer. However, it is intended to  help reduce the appearance of enlarged pores, smooth out the skin, create a matte look, and even out your complexion coloring.

I've been suffering from some damaged skin on my under-eye area, thanks to trying out a new eye makeup remover that I had received in my latest Ipsy bag. So I haven't been wearing any concealer, foundation, or BB/CC Cream since it would bunch up or lay funky on my skin wherever the skin was damaged.

Enter the StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner. I've been wanting to wear some new blushes & highlighters that I've recently purchased, but I like wearing a foundation or something as a base for these products. I remembered that I had this product laying in my bathroom drawer, so I pulled it out to try using it as a base or primer for my face. It worked. The products didn't bunch up or show every line on my under-eye area with the StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner as my base.

Using the StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner as a primer
Downside. The StriVectin Advanced Retinol Pore Refiner is expensive to really use as an everyday primer, it is $99 just about everywhere, but it does its job. So I would give it a go. Only if it is in your price range, of course.

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