Enlarged pores

Sometimes, facial pores may appear larger than “normal”. Dialated pores is a common cosmetic concern, making skin look older, rough and uneven.

What causes enlarged pores?

Loss of skin elasticity
With age, the gradual loss of collagen and elastin causes the skin to hang, which streches the pores.

Sun damage Extensive UV exposure causes damage to the pores, making them become larger.

Skin renewal The cellular turnover slows and dead skin cells pile up on the surface of the skin, further clogging and stretching the pores.

Heavy creams Thick and occlucive moisturizers, not suitable for your skin type, can clog and strech the pores.

Sebum
Overproduction of sebum
If the pores produce to much oil, they eventually stay open. Thats why people with oily skin tend to have more visible pores.
Enlarged pores are more prone to accumulations of dirt, makeup, dead skin cells and oil, which weighs down and expands the pores further, making them look bigger. therefore, it is important to cleanse and exfoliate the skin with skin-friendly but effective …

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