Many consumers, especially teenagers with oily and combination skin are obsessed with the size of their pores. It is one of the most obvious things they notice when looking in a mirror besides acne. Pores are generally larger in oily t-zones such as forehead, chin and especially the nose.
Besides dermatological procedures such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels and laser resurfacing, which can be quite costly, there are a number of products on the market that can help in reducing your pore size.
First, make sure you start off the day with a clarifying cleanser to get rid of the excess sebum on the face. This excess oil on the face can cause large pores so it is important to cleanse your face properly with the right products.
Try Garnier Pure Deep Pore Wash.
Then exfoliate your skin a few times a week with an invigorating exfoliatorsuch as Clearasil Ultra Deep Pore Treatment Scrubalong with a face mask twice a week as well to further tighten your poreswith Caudalie Purifying Mask
Finally finish off your skin care routine with a pore minimizing moisturizer such as L'Oreal Pure Zone Deep Control Anti-Imperfection Hydrating Moisturiser. If you also wear make-up, choose mattifyingproducts that can help to minimize your pores Rimmel Stay Matte Mattifying Foundation.