What do we call a dilated pore?
Pores are “openings” in the skin that allow sweat to escape from your body. They are mainly found on the face, but they can also be found on other parts of the body. They may appear larger or dilated due to the build-up of sebum, dead skin and impurities. Clogged pores can lead to the appearance of blackheads.
When you clearly see pores on your skin, it's probably because they are enlarged.
Visible skin texture can be caused by a variety of factors, such as age, sun exposure, genetics and hormone levels. Note that this “inconvenience” concerns each skin type. It's not just for oily skin.
How to tighten enlarged pores?
There are several ways to take care of your skin and beauty to reduce the appearance of enlarged pores.
Take care of your skin with appropriate care
First, it's important to cleanse your skin daily to remove excess oil and impurities that can clog your pores. Use gentle, non-irritating products. Make sure to rinse your skin well. You can also use a gentle exfoliating treatment once or twice a week to remove dead skin cells and help tighten pores.
To tighten pores, avoid the sun!
Next, make sure you always use sunscreen when going out in the sun. Exposure can damage your delicate skin and worsen the appearance of enlarged pores. Also use skincare products tailored to your skin type and that target enlarged pores, such as masks.
A healthy lifestyle to improve the appearance of skin pores
Finally, to refine your skin texture, adopt a healthy lifestyle and diet. Also make sure to drink enough water to maintain healthy skin with a nice texture. This can help tighten your pores and improve the appearance of your face and overall skin.
How to use makeup to have a pretty pore?
If you have visible pores and want to camouflage them with makeup, there are a few beauty tips you can try.
First, use a primer to help smooth and even out the texture of your skin before applying your makeup. Primers are products with a light texture. They create a smooth base that helps hide blackheads and pimples. And they seem to tighten enlarged pores.
You can also use an organic foundation with a matte finish. These products tend to hide visible pores well.
Applying a thin layer of translucent powder to visible skin can also help hide pore size and set your makeup.
Finally, don't forget to clean your face well with clean water before applying your makeup to avoid clogging your pores.
Letting the skin breathe is important. Your skin absorbs oxygen and nutrients. It eliminates waste and excess sebum produced by the sebaceous glands. It is an important process to tighten the pores of the skin. This is valid for dry, combination and oily skin.
When your pores are clogged with excess oil (which leads to blackheads), it can prevent the skin from breathing and cause visible pore problems. Whatever your skin type, it is therefore very important to remove makeup from your face every day. A treatment mask for skin with open pores can complete your beauty routine. Complete with your hyaluronic acid cream for an anti-aging self.
Taking care of your skin and enlarged pores with new technology
Pamper your skin and tighten your pores, it's possible. Combination, oily and dry skin has finally found a great ally to reduce the size of pores and have a nice T-zone (forehead, nose, chin). If you have pimples and blackheads, this can also help you.
This is the Purity program from Lightinderm . Combining massage, serum and light therapy, this new generation treatment reduces shine due to sebum in just 14 days (i.e. 14 sessions). Your sebaceous glands return to a normal production rhythm. 81% of users notice the gradual disappearance of blackheads and imperfections.
The causes of enlarged pores vary from woman to woman. Whatever your “history”, light therapy is suitable for each skin type. It's not a laser, but a light that wishes you good!
Better than a mask, the Purity program allows you to tighten pores in 3 minutes a day.