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Instant Shine Control Gel uses light-reflecting silica polymers to minimize shine while absorbing excess sebum with silica microspheres for a matte complexion that lasts all day, the firm says. Other ingredients include "micro-chimneys" that allow skin to breathe, yet are too fine to let sebum penetrate through, Clarins notes. The gel is recommended for oily skin types, and will retail for $18.50 beginning in August
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