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Benefit's Dr. Feelgood retro-glam tin houses a mattifying balm that blurs imperfections, leaving silky skin in its wake. The colorless, weightless refiner reduces pores and lines with a Vitamin C infusion. Heavy-handed swiping yields flakiness, so be sure to blend well. Works better over makeup to even out your skin tone than when used as a primer. Perfect for those who embrace an anti-powder lifestyle yet are prone to shine. At $27, it's pricey, but will endure a year of daily use.
Benefit Dr. Feelgood Reviews
Made Me Feel Bad!I don't get this "Benefit" product at all (and I generally salivate over their items). This is supposed to "mattify" skin, but all I had was a heavy, uneven coating on my complexion. Pores were not disguised. And then I had a definite "slick" feel at the end of the day. I'll definitely stay away from this "doctor!" — 1 month, 3 weeks agoGigiSD | 603 reviews
I was greatly disappointed by this.It was greasy and did not anything at all but make my face feel greay. It didn't help wrinkles, not good under over makeup. Really overrated. — 2 years, 2 months agoCaroleVonAllten | 1391 reviews
Couldn't make sense of thisA lady at the Benefit counter convinced me to buy this. She said I should apply this throughout the day like chapstick but I never really understood that. I was dumb for giving into the pressure of a pushy sales lady. This is more like a primer, but it doesn't do much in that respect either. It doesn't make my skin worse, but it doesn't improve it either. The product is difficult to pick up with the sponge included, but it's also awkward with a makeup brush. I am still baffled as to what exactly this product is supposed to do. This is another high priced product from Benefit that just doesn't deliver. — 8 months agoHeathRene | 267 reviews
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