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Enlarged pores

The skin consists of a number of pores which are covered with keratin and sebum. If the skin's keratin and sebum build up due to too slow cell renewal, the result is an oil build-up that can cause blackheads and whiteheads.

Pores look bigger when they're clogged with blackheads and whiteheads, but you shouldn't try to extract gunk by squeezing around the pore. With expert guidance, extraction can help reset pores, but trying it on your own can cause more harm than good.

 

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Can you reduce large pores?

It can be uncomfortable and affect your well-being and self-esteem if you have enlarged pores that are filled with blackheads and whiteheads. It's very common and there are actually easy solutions to get the beautiful skin you want.

A good skin care routine with wonderful Korean skincare products is essential for healthy skin. When choosing a product to treat enlarged pores, make sure it contains niacinamide, which is a type of B3 vitamin that is capable of regulating sebum production in the skin, as well as having anti-inflammatory properties. In addition, it is important to clean your skin and remove makeup and dirt. For this, it is a good idea to use products that do not clog the pores.

Why do I get so many blackheads?

One of the reasons behind enlarged pores is excessive oil and sebum production. Sebum is a natural oil that the skin produces to retain moisture, but in excessive amounts it can cause acne, blackheads and whiteheads.

Instead of trying to unclog the pore yourself, you can try a chemical exfoliation. Try e.g. alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs), phytic acid (PHAs) and tea tree extract to regulate oil production for a gentler and safer method of accelerating cell regeneration in pores. In addition to using a product that helps control sebum production, a serum or moisturizer that contains niacinamide can help keep your skin supple and healthy.