Founded in 2012, Touch In Sol is a relatively new South-Korean inspired makeup brand, but it’s definitely one that’s growing in popularity. I first saw the No Poreblem Primer pop up on Kathleen Lights channel and since then have also read glowing reviews on both Beauty Queen UK and Jasmine Talks Beauty – two of my most trusted sources. I had no idea Debenhams even stocked Touch In Sol, but I wasted no time in putting £10 worth of points towards it and picking it up for only a fiver.
I have used No Poreblem every day since I purchased it and every time I use it I fall more and more in love. The primer comes in a frosted glass bottle with a pump and contains green tea extracts and collagen. It’s not as thick or expensive as Porefessional, so far it hasn’t broken me out and it helps prevent my make up from breaking down and from settling into the lines on my forehead. Like most dimethicone-based primers it gives my skin that velvet-like feel and has a matte finish but feels very hydrating. It doesn’t ‘ball up’ or add a sticky texture to my skin like I’ve experienced with other pore-filling primers in the past and it creates a smooth, even canvas on which to apply makeup. No Poreblem greatly improves the longevity of my makeup, especially in oily areas such as my nose and chin and also helps to blur the huge pores on my nose.
I honestly can’t think of a single complaint. It does exactly what it promises and more. This my first experience with Touch In Sol and I’m incredibly impressed and can’t wait to try more from the brand.
The Touch In Sol No Poreblem Primer retails for £15/30ml and is available at Debenhams, ASOS and Feel Unique.