Want to treat large pores?

Why do pores become enlarged?

The primary cause of enlarged pores is excess sebum or oil. The sebum produced by your skin can make the surrounding skin appear oily and cause pore size to increase. There are several things you can do to help reduce the formation of sebum and minimize the appearance of pores, such as regular use of a gentle exfoliant and daily cleansing.

  • Excessive sebum
  • Decreased elasticity around the pore
  • Increased hair follicle volume

Always Remove Makeup

It is essential to remove makeup before going to sleep. Sleeping in makeup overnight can cause the pores to become blocked due to a buildup of makeup, oil, and bacteria. Cleansing wipes are useful for removing makeup in a hurry. They also leave your skin feeling fresh and clean.

Cleanse Morning and Night

It’s important to cleanse your face twice a day. By doing so, you can unclog pores, prevent clogged pores, and reduce oiliness. When cleansing your face, remember to: Use warm water. Hot water can irritate your skin, causing inflamed pores and making them look larger. Scrubbing can irritate your skin and make it more susceptible to redness and swelling.

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Remove Dead Skin

Exfoliating your skin can help reduce pore size and make them less noticeable. Exfoliating may also improve the overall appearance of your skin over time by removing dead layers of skin. It is important to exfoliate no more than twice a week, however, as this can dry out the skin. If your skin becomes too dry, pores will look bigger and unsightly. We recommend using gentle cleansers and toners regularly to keep your skin fresh and soft.

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Use A Clay Mask

Clay masks are an effective way of removing oil and debris from your pores. Removing the oil can help prevent pores from becoming enlarged and make them less visible. It is advisable to do this on a different day than exfoliating, as overtreating the skin may cause irritation. Irritation can cause pores to appear enlarged and can lead to blemishes.

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