Etude House Review || Zero Sebum Drying Powder

donderdag 13 april 2017

It's finally spring and summer is around the corner which means... allergies and an extra oily ass face. I have used blotting paper before but blotting paper doesn't do that much for me so that was a nono. Then there's the famous Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder which was amazing, honestly one of my fave products of all time. But for some reason I always end up losing my Mineral Powder (lost it 2 times already) so I decided to pick up the Etude House Zero Sebum Drying Powder. This product claims to control sebum and refines pores for a fluffy and soft skin while mattifying your face. And oh my I think I like the Etude House one more than the Innisfree. 

Look and feel

The packaging is very simple using the colors white and light baby blue. It has a twist cap which makes it sturdy. There's not much to say about the packaging it's just very practical. The thing I really like tho about this product is the cushion guys. The cushion for application is sooo soft, like really soft. 

The product does it job perfectly and I like how my face feels after applying this powder, very soft and matte without dry patches. I use it every single day I go out and retouch it about 3 times from 10 am till 12pm (I have a really oily face so this is not much for me).

How do I feel about this product?
For $7 this product does everything it claims to do. It mattifies and leaves the skin feeling super soft. Easy to use and good durability. What I like about this product is that it doesn't leave any dry patches compared to my Innisfree one. The cushion is also much softer and even tho the packaging doesn't really make a difference the baby blue color of the cushion makes it a bit aesthetically better. So if I had to choose between the Innisfree No Sebum and the Etude House Zero Sebum powder I would choose the Etude House all day every day!

Long lasting
Easy to use
*5 max

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