I'm all in when it cone to mattifying pore reducing primers. My pores are huge and my nose and chin very oily. Much of my morning routine is spent trying to minimize them.
Peter Thomas Roth's new Skin To Die For Mattifying Primer really gets the job done and is one of the best I've used. It has a slight, sheer tint and smoothes right into skin and over pores with a blurring effect making it a bit of a multitasker. There's a definite difference in before and after use. The primer also kept oil well in check through the morning. A light touch of powder was needed at lunchtime, which is generally a must for me no matter what I use. But a very light bit of was all I needed, less than usual.
The formula uses the brand's Evermat to help keep oil at bay and reduce pores along with Disa-Pore 20. It's very light on skin, not dry and can be used alone if you prefer no makeup or under your foundation/powder.
This would work for all but dry skins I think. Oily obviously, but normal to slightly dry also, as it's blurring and filling applies to more than pores.
Peter Thomas Roth Skin To Die For No Filter Mattifying Primer is $ 28 at Ulta, Sephora , Macys and more.