Review Time: Nanoblur - blurring the fine lines and wrinkles

I received these products complimentary for testing purposes.

Sometimes when I'm given a product to review for my honest opinion, I can tell right away it won't be a hit, other times I've found fabulous products I have continued to purchase on my own for years after they were released and still other times, I've found products I have a good feeling about and even if they didn't work for me, I know it's a 'good thing'.

Nanoblur from Indeed is one of those products.  I have a good feeling about it.  But it's also a product I've needed a few tries to perfect the application of.

You pat it on either with a moisturizer without makeup, or over your foundation but before your pressed powder.  My first and second attempts were ok, but it took a third attempt before I really felt like I was getting the hang of it.  I see the potential however, and I'm excited to keep using it to perfect my application before I use it to hopefully look stunning at a family wedding reception next month.  

From their website:


  • Works in seconds
  • Apply to face, neck, hands...anywhere!
  • Smoothes and mattifies
  • Minimises the look of pores
  • Improves skin tone / redness
  • Softens the look of lines


Nano-Optic Complex: Provides unique visual and tactile properties. When used alone or in combination with foundations or moisturizers, it works to help minimize the appearance of shine, pores and lines. The result is  smooth, silky coverage — giving instant skin perfection!

My final thoughts?

For about $16-19 a tube and you use a very small amount per application, it's an affordable option to help in the fight against wrinkles and fine lines.  After 3 applications I was better at applying it and see some great potential for smoothing under my makeup.  I give it a medium rating as I strive to perfect it.

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