Etude House zero Sebum powder

Etude House Zero Sebum Drying Powder Review

I have very oily skin which is gross. I hate how my skin is still oily even when I am on an air-conditioned place. Due to having oily skin, I have been searching for products to help minimize this or else, my face would look like you just poured oil directly on my face. Yuck! I mostly use a heavy coverage foundation like Revlon Colorstay makeup for Oily/Combination skin. However, my face still oils up after 4 hours with this on. I’m not a fan of touch ups but I have no choice.

While I was looking for things to buy at Etude House, their Zero Sebum Drying Powder immediately caught my attention. This is a mineral translucent powder which claims to help remove sebum on your face. Of course, I got one and went straight to the cashier. Lol. 
Etude House Zero Sebum Powder
Korean Brand Haul. 😉
 The powder is indeed translucent and has no scent to it. This is travel-friendly but I think it would be a plus if a mirror is included. Oh, well. It comes with a powder puff that of course, Koreans are known of. The plastic packaging is also pretty decent.

I tried to use it using the powder puff without blotting and it did work well in removing oil on my face. However, I personally do not like using the powder puff because it puts too much product on my face which can create a white cast on your face if not properly distributed. I prefer using a brush while putting this on.

Etude House Zero Sebum Powder

It did a great job in removing excess sebum when applied but what I do not like is it only stays on me for 3-4 hours. Not bad, but I wished it stays on me for a longer period of time; but considering the price, it’s good to go.

Overall, the Etude House Zero Sebum Drying Powder (P398) is a decent translucent powder to help you remove annoying excess oil from your face. If you have combination skin, I think this would would work for you just fine and may have a longer staying period.

Have you tried using any Korean translucent powders yet? Tell me about your experience!

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5 thoughts on “Etude House Zero Sebum Drying Powder Review

  1. I haven’t tried that powder before. I think I’m gonna try it out in one of these days because I’m almost running our of powder. And because it’s summer and it’s really scorching hot, I might really consider that powder since my skin is getting oilier now.

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