Innisfree No Sebum Blur Powder 5g

£8.99 Inc. VAT

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

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Product Description

Innisfree No Sebum Blur Powder is a powder that makes the skin texture smooth and bright as if giving a blur effect. It makes the skin texture smooth and bright as if giving a blur effect, covering skin bumps caused by pores and fine wrinkles.

Natural minerals and mint ingredients from Jeju work to control the oil and moisture balance of the skin and make it more healthy. It allows for the skin texture to appear healthy and feeling smooth by providing a look for natural makeup with natural beige color pigments that are suited for any type of skin.

How to use

Tap lightly on the face as the last step of makeup. Feel free to use whenever the skin becomes greasy.

Product Information

Weight 26 g
Dimensions 55 × 55 × 23 mm


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talc , mica (ci 77019) , silica , ethylene/acrylic acid copolymer , polymethyl methacrylate , boron nitride , squalane , synthetic fluorphlogopite , titanium dioxide (ci 77891) , methicone , dimethicone , triethoxycaprylylsilane , ethylhexylglycerin , glyceryl caprylate , tin oxide , camellia sinensis leaf extract , mineral salts , mentha arvensis leaf extract , opuntia coccinellifera fruit extract , citrus unshiu peel extract , camellia japonica leaf extract , orchid extract , 1,2-hexanediol , iron oxides (ci 77492) , iron oxides (ci 77491) , iron oxides (ci 77499) , fragrance.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I love this blurring powder – it gives sheer, lightweight coverage that smoothes over imperfections but doesn’t accentuate pores. I use it over sunscreen when I go to the gym, and it works well to minimise sweat (but doesn’t become streaky if you do sweat more). The only drawback is that the packaging isn’t the most practical. I found it best to apply with a stippling brush, rather than the cotton puff provided. When you get to the end of the tin it’s a bit laborious to get the product out – cue endless upending and tapping. But in the grand scheme of things, these are pretty minor quibbles for an otherwise excellent powder.

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