What it is:
A professional balm that minimizes the appearance of pores.
What it does:
Quickly minimize the appearance of pores and fine lines and help makeup stay put with this priming phenomenon. The silky and lightweight formula can be worn under makeup to create a smoother-than-smooth canvas or used throughout the day to mattify shine and touch up problem areas. It’s so translucent, no one will know you’re wearing anything!
What else you need to know:
The oil-free formula contains vitamin E, which is known to protect skin from free radicals.
-To prime in the morning, apply a thin layer to moisturized skin from the center of the face outward. Wait a few seconds and apply makeup as usual or wear alone.
-To touch up over makeup, pat delicately on problem areas and blend. A little goes a long way.
-To smooth and brighten, layer the over "That Gal" Brightening Face Primer (sold separately).
- To help foundation stay put, always start with the POREfessional. Then blend Hello Flawless Oxygen Wow (sold separately) from the center of the face, out.
-To spot-conceal, apply the POREfessional over blemishes, then blend Boi-ing (sold separately) on top.
- For a photo-ready look, prime face with the POREfessional to minimize the look of pores and mattify skin. Apply your favorite Benefit makeup products, and then reapply the POREfessional.
-Please read the ingredient list on the packaging of your product to be sure that the ingredients are appropriate for your personal use.
"Laughter is the best cosmetic, so grin & wear it!" —Jean & Jane Ford, co-foundersIn 1976, former models Jean and Jane Ford opened a quirky boutique in San Francisco where they introduced the world’s first “Fake-Its”…instant beauty solutions with laugh-out-loud names and creative packaging. Benefit quickly became one of the world’s most beloved makeup brands and garnered a cult following among models, makeup artists, and celebrities. Now carried in over 35 countries, goodtime gals “fake it ‘til they make it” with iconic bestsellers like Benetint, the POREfessional, and They’re Real! mascara.