Review: Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser

The theme of the day shall be: HOLES. Cos my weekend disappeared into a blackhole, that’s why. Also, I firmly believe that there are some holes on a lady that should not be seen by the public – I’m talking about facial pores, you dirtyyyy minded person. This is even more so after my awesome facial last week at DRx (thank you! :D). Now that my face is rid of 3 years’ worth of dirt and grime, I’m now scrutinising my face even more carefully than the ERP gantries watch for motorists who try to sneak under without a cashcard.

Prior to my facial, I was on a neverending quest to try to smoothen my skin as best as possible. Besides skincare, makeup can also help, so it was with much trepidation that I opened up this tube (can I call it hope in a tube?) several weeks back.

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore EraserMaybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (1)

maybelline baby skin pore eraser info

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (2)A clear blob of gel is dispensed and very easily spread out / absorbed…

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (3)Can you see the difference? You can’t right?

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (4)Voila, extra service for you! I layered the Sulwhasoo Evenfair Smoothing Foundation over it so that you can see the difference.

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (5)A close-up – note the lack of visible lines on the right-hand-side photo?

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser (6)

I say…

I first encountered this when I was in Korea, shopping at Olive Young (which I found that actually means All-Live-Young. Ermm. no comments). Olive Young is kinda like a Watsons, but sells a lot of foreign brands such as Burt’s Bees, Maybelline, NYX etc. This was actually rated as one of the best-sellers in the store.

  • It’s a clear gel that isn’t stick and doesn’t have much scent.
  • It spreads easily and leaves a velvety (because of the silicon) feel, kinda like a baby’s bottom. I never understood the comparison though  – would you like your BFF to call you BBF (baby’s butt face)? haha 😀
  • It’s also invisible after application.
  • Anyhoos, there’s obviously a visible difference – there is a lack of fine lines on the right side of my hand.
  • It did help in slight sebum control – about 1-2 hours more holding time before the oil glands kicked in.
  • It also helped makeup to glide on more easily.
  • In terms of holding makeup, there was a slight difference of about 1-2 hours as well – I guess nothing really can help battle Singapore’s humidity.

I guess it’s really a personal preference thing – I’m used to having a dewy finish, so I’d rather go without this. However, for those who prefer a nice matte finish or a smooth velvety finish, this is the one for you.

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3 thoughts on “Review: Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser

    • I didn’t buy it in Korea (hehe very adamant on buying only Korean products when in Korea), but it’s retailing in Singapore for SGD$19.90 😀 I hope it reaches your area soon!

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