How To Actually Reduce Pores On Your Face by Iris Jang - Musely
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How To Actually Reduce Pores On Your Face

posted in Skin & Body
03/16/2016
  • Kiko's just disappointed by all the misinformation out there.
    Kiko's just disappointed by all the misinformation out there.
  • First things first (I'm about to be the realest) - you don't open/close pores, and they don't shrink. You reduce the look of them by either keeping them clear with skincare, or by covering them with a primer.

  • Combo/oily skin girls, you need to get some BHA in your life. Salicylic acid, as it's also called, works to make pores look smaller by keeping them unclogged. Make sure you get a leave-on (like a toner) product with a pH of less than 3.5, and a concentration of 1-2%.
    Combo/oily skin girls, you need to get some BHA in your life. Salicylic acid, as it's also called, works to make pores look smaller by keeping them unclogged. Make sure you get a leave-on (like a toner) product with a pH of less than 3.5, and a concentration of 1-2%.
  • Normal to dry skin women, try an AHA. Glycolic acid and mandelic acid are some forms of AHA. This, like the BHA before it, needs to be a leave on formula. Look for a formula with pH of less than 4, and a concentration of 4-10%.
    Normal to dry skin women, try an AHA. Glycolic acid and mandelic acid are some forms of AHA. This, like the BHA before it, needs to be a leave on formula. Look for a formula with pH of less than 4, and a concentration of 4-10%.
  • Third option: silicone-based primers. This work to hide pores by temporarily filling them in. Make sure you wash your face thoroughly when removing, otherwise they'll clog your pores!
    Third option: silicone-based primers. This work to hide pores by temporarily filling them in. Make sure you wash your face thoroughly when removing, otherwise they'll clog your pores!

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