Tarte's Clean Slate Poreless, Bare Minerals Prime Time, and Smashbox Photo Finish. Honestly, its more similar in texture to Benefit's The Porefessional. This clear, thick primer smoothes over the skin, instantly masking pores and fine lines. This primer helps liquid and powder face products apply smoothly. A layer of foundation further masks pores, giving an almost flawless appearance to the skin. I don't think any primer has quite literally 'erased' my pores the way Maybelline's Baby Skin does. However, I dislike the way this primer feels on the skin - its kinda heavy and remains greasy-feeling to touch all day long. Baby Skin doesn't seem to impact the longevity of my makeup in either way. Just like most silicone based primers, Maybelline's Baby Skin causes a couple blocked pores and little pimples here and there, despite it's claim to be non-comedogenic.
I like Maybelline's Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser Primer! Its very effecting for concealing small imperfections in skin texture. I've seen it be compared to, or even called a mix of The Porefessional and Photo Finish, but to me its more a mix of The Porefesional and Bare Minerals Prime Time. I do not recommend this face primer if you're very oily or acne prone, but otherwise Baby Skin is totally worth trying! I like Maybelline's primer better than most of the high end ones I've tried, so for about $7, I'll most likely repurchase!
Water, Dimethicone, Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Stearyl Heptanoate, Caprylyl Glycol, Silica Silylate, Propylene Glycol, Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Bitter Cherry Extract
Red 30, Iron Oxides