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Open Pores Treatment
When one looks in the mirror, and feels that the skin would look more attractive if one could shrink those large pores. There’s actually a lot one can do to make pores less noticeable.
Use only non-comedogenic skin care products and makeup
The word “non-comedogenic” means the product won’t clog pores. When pores clog, they expand, which can make the pores look more noticeable.
To avoid clogged pores, look for one of the following terms on everything one applied to the face:
- Oil free
- Won’t clog pores
Cleanse face twice a day
Pores can look larger because of Clogged pores or an oily complexion. One can unclog pores, prevent clogged pores, and reduce oiliness by cleansing twice daily.
If one has an oily skin, mild acne, or the skin appears less firm than it once was, pores can look larger. Using skin care products with retinol or retinyl palmitate may help. For best results, apply the product before going to bed.
Protect face with sunscreen every day
The more the skin is sun damaged, the less firmness it has. Pores look more noticeable when the skin starts losing its firmness.
The team at Bliss Laser Skin CLinic works to transform one’s complexion into beautiful, healthy-looking skin. Our chemical peels use varying types of prescription-strength acids including salicylic, lactic, retinol, and trichloroacetic acid to remove the outer layers of dead skin – revealing the fresher, healthier, softer skin underneath.
Fractional Non-Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing (Resurfex)
Fractional Non-Ablative Laser Skin Resurfacing works beautifully to create microzones of collagen boosting to reveal fresher, smooth skin.The appearance of pores as well as acne scars can be minimized with this procedure. Downtime is minimal and some mild redness and flaking may be observed.. For long-lasting results,typically a series of even 2 treatments is enough .
Fractional Micro- needling
Metered injury to the skin with micro- needling reduces the appearance of open pores. In our clinic, we do micro- needling with deep tissue perfusion. Two to three sessions are done four weeks apart.