Can It Be Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser Time Now?

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser

Japan got Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser a while ago and I’m kinda hoping that Fall 2013 we might see it..although I won’t hold my breath as I imagine it’ll be more towards Spring 2014.

But either way it looks rather nifty!

Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser is a translucent gel primer that promises soft, smooth, pore-free skin after use. Apparently it’s a basic primer to blur the appearance of pores and get your skin feeling “baby smooth”.

It has a maffiying finish and preps skin for foundation and BB Creams. I’m hearing good things about it so I thought I’d ask a friend in japan to grab me one!

Sasa.com was actually selling it a little bit ago but unsure if they still have it available.

I’m not much for silicone primers and this sounds like one but I’m still quite curious.

I suspect we’ll get it in the US at some point just when is the question!

Thoughts?

Do share!

I actually don’t love Baby Lips but like the idea of an entire line of Maybelline “Baby” products!

  • 7/3/13 11:50 Tawni:

    Can’t wait to try this! I hope it’s a winner!

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  • 7/3/13 12:26 dtan0914:

    I picked this up since it launched during my stint in Hong Kong. I’m not sure how mattifying it is since I always had to blot A LOT when I used it, but I do notice my pores being less noticeable. I tended to set it with the Majolica Majorca Pressed Pore Cover Powder.

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    • 10/6/13 14:57 Kim:

      Hi dtan0914, would you be able to tell me what the ingredients are in this? I have sensitive skin and really want to try this product but can’t find the ingredients listed anywhere. Thank you!

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  • 7/3/13 12:53 Clio:

    A less expensive alternative to Benefit Pore-fessional? Yes please.

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  • 7/3/13 13:10 Alanna:

    it’s still available on sasa for anyone who is wondering! they’re doing free shipping for over $29 atm too :>

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  • 7/3/13 13:32 Heather N King:

    It sounds like the drugstore version of Benefit’s Porefessional. :) Curious to try it when it hits the States.

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  • 7/3/13 15:34 Annie:

    I actually picked this up recently on my trip to Hongkong. So far I think it’s a pretty nice silicone based primer (first ingredient being dimethicone), doesn’t help much with oil controlling but it definitely preps your skin to make it feel like baby’s. It actually looks like silicone out of the tube. My only concern with this product is its smell, very silicone-y. Can be annoying to those who are sensitive to unpleasant chemical scent.

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  • 7/3/13 20:06 Summer:

    I swatched this in a store in Shibuya the other day and it felt really similar to NYX’s Studio Perfect Photo-Loving Primer. Didn’t feel like the Porefessional at all (to me anyway).

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  • 7/3/13 22:41 amy:

    With all due respect, why do products like this from US brands only show up in Asian markets? It seems from what I’ve been reading as of late tells me the Asian market is sturated with amazing products already, while we in the US get crap, or have to spend alot of money on HE brands. I’m not saying Asia shouldn’t have these, but we need them, too!

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  • 7/3/13 23:02 Erica:

    Got this on March during my trip to Japan.
    Actually, it’s not much alike Benefit’s Porefessional, as this one is transluscent…I like the way it feels on skin (the skin gets really smooth and it does hide the pores), but those who don’t like the silicon texture probably won’t like this…

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  • 7/4/13 1:41 dia:

    Is anyone else uncomfortable with the “baby” thing? I get the intent, babies do have really soft skin, but the name and marketing just isn’t working for me.

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    • 7/8/13 10:56 the Muse:

      it’s a common product name in Korea and Japan. They use it a lot to reference smoother, silkier skin. Mandom, a Japanese brand, has a variety of product they use the “baby skin” name on.

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  • 7/4/13 2:30 Sara:

    We have it here in Singapore too and I’m actually quite impressed with how it feels! Personally I haven’t bought it just because the one we get says Made in China (though it probably doesn’t differ much) but shall await the states version and see if it’s made… somewhere else? haha

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  • 7/4/13 14:23 Iris:

    I’d want to try this when it becomes available in the Americas. Such cute packaging. I hope it has oil control.

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  • 7/24/13 0:08 Ydo:

    It has long been available here in the Philippines. Bought it at Watsons last April 2013 for 299 pesos.

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  • 8/29/13 23:45 Jane:

    I know you’ve mentioned having drier skin before, and in case you’re hesitant about trying this on drier areas I wanted to let you know that I’ve got insanely dry skin and bought this primer in Asia. It smoothed and blurred my skin very well and didn’t leave an itchy feeling or dry flakes. The primer pretty much melted into wherever I placed it but still perfected, so I definitely recommend it!

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    • 9/4/13 9:17 the Muse:

      awesome Jane! THANKS!

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