Easy Ways to Shrink Open Pores

by Daniel / Apr 25, 2017 / 0 comments

Pores are beneficial to the skin because they provide oils for hydrated and smooth skin and they also get rid of toxins. But if the pores get clogged, they become dilated and they expand. People with oily skin have more open pores than the ones with dry skin. You will notice that your skin appears like an orange peel with many small pits. Your face will have a textured appearance and this makes you look dull and older. The pores can be fixed by a dermatologist but we have easy ways to get smooth skin:

Ice

You can use ice to make your pores tight. Put some ice in a soft cloth and rub of your face for 20 seconds two times a day.

Yogurt

Due to its high levels of lactic acid, yogurt can be used to reduce the size of the pores. Lactic acid acts as a cleanser, eliminates impurities and bad bacteria that causes acne.

Baking Soda

You can use baking soda to cut the size of your pores because it balances the pH levels on your skin to remove impurities on the face.

Mix baking soda with warm water to make a paste. Apply the paste onto your face and slowly massage in circular motions. Wash off with cold water. Repeat this process once every week. Be careful with this method if you have sensitive skin; you should test on a small area first before using it on your entire face.

Be sure to wash your hands before touching your face.

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