Forth reason for bigger pores...

Not Moisturizing

Moisturizing is one of the most important things in any skin care routine- and not just when it comes to large pores.

Moisturizing is a must for every skin type, acne-prone or not, small pores or large pores, aging or not.


There's a misconception that people with oily skin should not moisturize - "like they are oily enough".

Been there.

This advice is absolutely wrong.

Moisturizing daily prevents both very oily and very dry skin.

Both oily and dry skin can cause acne.

So why are people with oily skin so afraid of moisturizers?

Because they've been advised to use a product that doesn't suit them.

Using the wrong product puts you in a vicious cycle.

However, not using a moisturizer also puts you in a vicious cycle.

When choosing a moisturizer, make sure that it is light, non-comedogenic, suitable for your skin type, free from harsh chemicals and at the same time moisturizing and hydrating enough.

Pro tip: Gently massaging your face while applying the moisturizer will stimulate lymphatic drainage in your face and improve blood circulation.

Simply put, the toxins leave your face and the blood with fresh nutrients flows into your skin.

This in turn can make your skin more elastic and your pores look smaller.

So those are the 4 things you may not be doing that are causing your pores to look bigger.

As you can see, you need a proper routine for all of these problems and the right products for your particular situation.

You know that you need skin care products to fight acne.

But knowing that does not make them any easier to find because you still have to research them through comparisons, reviews, prices, and ingredients before you can make an informed decision.

This process can take forever.

And even if you have spent weeks on this task, you still don't really know if what you've found is good or not.

Introducing the Ultimate Skin Care catalog:

Together with my team, we scoured every corner of the internet, leaving no stone unturned. Our goal was simple. To put together the ultimate catalog of products for acne prone skin.

That meant they had to be:

  • Acne-friendly (non-comedogenic).
  • Free of toxins, artificial colors and fragrances.
  • Vegan and cruelty- free (meaning no animal suffered in the making of these products).

Meeting these criteria was just the beginning.

In order for any of the products to make the list, we also looked for evidence that people had positive results when using these products.

That means we read lengthy posts on Facebook groups, forums, and subreddits, not to mention reviews on sites like Amazon and Sephora.

But that's not all.

We also bought many of these products, tested them, and saw for ourselves their effectiveness and safety before adding them to the list.

This thorough selection process took us 3 months.

And to make sure the catalog is always up to date with only the most effective acne skin care on the market...

We are constantly updating it by testing, retesting, removing products and adding new ones.

Here, Erin talks about her skin care product shopping process:

"I like to cherry pick the best creams, acne masks and cleansers. When I shop at Sephora, I look at the reviews, price, and ingredients. I base my decision on all three factors.

Literally every time I go back to buy skincare, new products emerge but I can't tell if they are crap or not, even if they are expensive or vegan.

My problem is that it takes me forever to research all the items on Sephora, SPFs, because there are so many!

With Ultimate Skin Care Catalog, shopping for my skincare is a breeze. It literally takes no more than 10 minutes and then I can get on with my day."

This catalog is at least $500 value for the money you save buying products that don't work, and time comparing prices, reviews and ingredients.

But because you made it to the end, I'm rewarding you by giving you access to this catalog of products for just $17.

The only caveat is that you can only get this price on this page.

This catalog is NOT for sale anywhere. Right now, you'd have to join one of the challenges that are between $77-$600.

Click here to get the catalog for $17 on this page only

You know what to do :)