Review: Got pores? Try Naris Up Dual Pore Cover

I am a sucker for a gimmick, so when I saw Naris Up’s dual pore cover on Adambeauty, I had to give it a go.

This particular product has two sides – the whitish paste is a silicone based cream to fill in the pores and the flesh toned side absorbs oil preventing spots and blackheads, and works as a concealer.

I have tried a lot of pore products, usually with very random results. Too thick and it just feels oily and causes breakouts, too thin and there’s no result.

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Both sides of the paste are very soft and blend into the skin easily. It does feel very siliconey and using one side on its own doesn’t seem to do as much as using them together.

I like the retro old Japanese style of the packaging too!

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This is my skin after a shower, with no make up on at all.


After using the product. A marked improvement, PLUS I just noticed how it really toned down the redness in my skin which is another bonus. If necessary, foundation and powder can be applied on top of this, but this could the perfect quick complexion enhancer on the go!

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Rating: 4/5

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  1. Nina says

    Wow, it does work! Amazing transformation! I might have to scour the local beauty supply store for this.

    • Row says

      Hey PP

      Oh thank you. I do try to take my own pics, does take bloomin’ ages tho. You need this ! its fab!

  2. says

    OMG, thanks for doing this review! I’ve been eyeing this for some time now. Is it only for lighter skins?

    • Row says

      Hi Hazel

      Let’s see – I am a NC35 which is fairly olive and its a bit paler than my skintone but I don’t think it matters. Cos if you put a bit of foundation over or powder that matches you skintone it will be fine :)

  3. sue says

    Wow! I think I’m sold. Is it drying by any chance? The area around my nose tends to flake..

    • Row says

      Hi Sue

      No not at all. If anything its quite siliconey so I felt like it definately needs a bit of powder to set it. But not drying at all. x