(or not exfoliating the right way).
Another thing that increases pores is blackheads.
These can form on your nose, cheeks, and forehead.
If you do not take care of them, but leave them on your skin, they will start to oxidize, become blacker and deeper, and eventually enlarge your pores.
So the best way to get rid of them is to exfoliate.
Exfoliation loosens the dead skin cells that have accumulated in our pores and flushes it all out.
The best exfoliator is the chemical exfoliator.
If this is something new to you, you can read more about it here.When choosing your chemical exfoliator, make sure you consider all of the following:
- Your skin type
- Your age
- Your other skin problems (if any)
- Whether or not you have rosacea or eczema
- How sensitive your skin is
There are many products that can work wonders for one person, but are a disaster for another.
Third reason for that's responsible for making your pores bigger...Not using sunscreen
This is a big topic that I could talk about for hours.But basically, sun damage and sun exposure make your skin thicker and spongier.
Not to mention, prolonged sun exposure reduces your skin's elasticity - in other words, your skin contains less elastin, collagen, and water.
And that eventually leads to sagging skin and droopy pores.
In this case, the pores do not get bigger, they just sag more, making them appear bigger.
In Bulgaria, where I live, tanning beds and excessive tanning are very trendy.
You see women with bronze skin everywhere. But if you look at them more closely, you will often notice that their skin is dry and saggy.
To avoid this and larger pores on your face, use a good sunscreen - one that is non-comedogenic and broad spectrum.
Okay, now you just need the 4th reason that ties it all together. Let's finish our game strong!