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5 Ways To Kiss Enlarged Pores Goodbye


You can't live with them and you can't live without them. As women, we can tolerate a minor breakout because we know that it will eventually disappear, but when it comes to enlarged pores -- that's an entirely different story.
Huge pores are a huge no, no. If you feel like you've tried everything under the sun to minimize your pores, know that you are not alone. Keep scrolling to see a short list of amazing ways to unclog and shrink those annoying pores.
We've all bought them before and if you haven't, know that they actually do work. Like anything else, it takes both time and consistency to see a change,
They've been all the rave lately in the world of beauty. Charcoal masks are capable of getting deep down to remove toxins and sebum from skin in order to give you a clear complexion.
They say pain is beauty, well extraction definitely explains that saying. It may be painful, but going to see an aesthetician to get your skin extracted will leave your pores and skin smiling. Whatever you do, don't try and extract your own skin. Ever.
Sometimes the best remedies for your skin are in the comfort of your own home. Baking soda has several uses, but it's a great deep pore cleanser. It works as both a gentle exfoliator and a cleanser while only needing water to create a paste consistency.
Yet another product you can find in your kitchen that will get the job done when it comes to decongesting your pores. Soaking parsley in a bowl of boiling water and letting it cool before applying to face is a great remedy that will bring your pores down in size. This should be performed everyday for 10-15 minutes.

How do you manage to keep your pores at bay?

Any secret remedies?
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I did a charcoal facemark last night!! And I feel so good this morning!!
2 years ago·Reply
I want to do one so bad! where do you invest in this charcoal? @nicolejb
2 years ago·Reply
Haha I just went to CVS and they had little packets for masks. I was feeling like treating myself so I got a few. The charcoal one is a good start I think for starting clean. It scrubbed off all the bad junk @jordanhamilton
2 years ago·Reply
ahhhh! sounds extremely therapeutic *runs to the nearest CVS* OKAY, I lied. *walks to CVS* LOL :) @nicolejb
2 years ago·Reply