‘Non-por­ing’

Cosmopolitan (UK) - - The Edit -

Sug­gests No idea. Can ‘pore’ be a verb?! Be­ware It can now. Means the for­mula won’t sit in pores (or lines), but forms a flex­i­ble, light-dif­fus­ing film over un­even bits, op­ti­cally mag­ick­ing them away.

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