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Treatments for Large Pores
Toners and astringents can temporarily reduce the size of your pores, but the best way to unclog your large pores is with a deep exfoliation. There are some "sure-fire" natural remedies for battling large pores and include anything from sugar scrubs to egg white masks. At-home exfoliation can help in some cases, and it certainly can’t hurt. However, at the end of the day, there really is nothing better than medical grade spa treatments like Microdermabrasion, Photofacials, and Chemical Peels.
Microdermabrasion is a safe and proven method for treating minor skin damage. The treatment consists of an aluminum oxide spray that can erase blemishes and unclog pores. Your pores are teeming with oil and dead skin, the only way to really clean them out is with an intensive exfoliation. After your large pore Microdermabrasion, you’ll actually be able to feel the difference on your face right away; you’ll feel cleaner and 10 lbs. lighter.
IPL Photofacial is a light-based solution to help shrink your large pores. Retin-A and certain antibiotics can increase your body’s natural skin healing, which can decrease pore size. Photofacial works for pores in a similar manner, intense pulsed light harmlessly permeates through your skin and promotes new collagen growth. Your body then uses this collagen to heal itself and reduce large pores. The great part about Photofacial is a treatment can continue helping your skin for up to six months after it’s performed.
Chemical Peels - A good peel can offer your pores a deeper level of exfoliation than Microdermabrasion. As your clogged pores and dead skin are pulled away, healthier skin is encouraged to grow back in its place. While, recovery is more intensive than a Microdermabrasion, the results can be even greater. You can generally expect younger, softer skin from a Chemical Peel with noticeably smaller pores. Many spas offer a Mircopeel, which is a combination of Microdermabrasion with a Chemical Peel. A Microdermabrasion before a Chemical Peel allows for deeper penetration of the product into your pores.
More about Large Pores
Large pores are for the most part genetic. If either one of your parents had large pores then most likely, so will you. However, your pores are probably not really as large as you think they are, and with a suitable skincare regimen you can minimize your large pores right away. The first step in any large pore treatment is a little TLC; you simply have to treat your skin right.
Your pores contain your hair follicles and sweat glands, so you can imagine that they become clogged very easily. The best way to shrink large pores is to make sure they’re clean. If they’re blocked with oil, your pores will seem enlarged. Wash your face twice a day with a pore-refining cleanser. Oil causes larger pores, so remember to pay careful attention to your "T-zone" (your chin, nose, and forehead). A prescription for Retin-A can not only clear your skin, but also reduce your pore size. Check with a dermatologist to see if this topical treatment is right for you.
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