How to Minimize the Look of Suddenly Larger Pores


How to Minimize the Look of Suddenly Larger Pores smiling woman
Perfect skin like this beauty has needs to be taken care of.

Some people are more prone to having larger pores than others due to heredity or skin type.  However, others may notice that their smaller pores may appear larger at some point in their lives. If you have been noticing your pores seem to have enlarged, it is not your imagination.

Reasons for Suddenly Developing Larger Pores

There are reasons for this unwanted change of suddenly developing larger pores such as aging and how our unique genetic code handles the process. Sun damage also can alter the opening enough of each of those hair follicles to make a pore appear larger.

Of course, you mustn’t forget trapped bacteria and oil from makeup, products and traces of grime that cleansing left behind for developing larger pores. Clogged pores distort their smaller, original size, only to swell and emphasize them.

When you don’t exfoliate on a regular basis, you’re allowing dead skin cells to accumulate.  Those old, useless cells have no place to go but become also buried to exaggerate pore size.  This is another reason why you may suddenly develop larger pores.

The Best Way to Minimize Larger Pores

You can spend tons of money on expensive skin care regimes and cosmetics, but one of the best things that you can do to ensure the beauty of your complexion is to exfoliate–-only not be overzealous.  Once a week or every other week is enough to remove hidden debris and stimulate fresh skin to emerge without harming skin.

Honestly, exfoliation can work miracles to counteract the appearance of larger pores.  The process can turnaround a complexion more than all the best skin care and makeup that you can layer on.  Besides improving your skin’s texture, you also will be helping your skin care products work harder to best deliver the benefits they were designed for.

Though it may sound impossible to reverse the size of larger pores, you can gain more control of their appearance.  Learning to protect and keep your skin healthy can make a  big overall difference for your face.


1 Comment

  1. Regine Karpel
    September 16, 2017 / 5:57 pm

    Great post.

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