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Enlarged Pores

What are Enlarged Pores?

Enlarged pores, also known as enlarged or dilated pilosebaceous follicles, refer to visible openings on the skin's surface that appear larger than normal.

These pores are the openings of hair follicles and sebaceous glands, which produce sebum (skin oil) to lubricate and protect the skin.

Enlarged pores are a common cosmetic concern and can affect individuals of all skin types, although they tend to be more noticeable in people with oily or combination skin.

3 Ways to minimize pores

Cleanse your skin twice daily with a gentle, non-comedogenic cleanser to remove excess oil, dirt, and impurities from the pores.​

Regular exfoliation can help remove dead skin cells and prevent pore clogging. Use a chemical exfoliant containing ingredients such as salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid to promote cell turnover and keep pores clear.

Skincare products containing retinoids (vitamin A derivatives) can help improve skin texture, increase collagen production, and minimize the appearance of enlarged pores over time.

Treatments we Reccomend

Skin needling/ with RGF meso cocktails

Laser Carbon Peel

Medik8 Peels

Radio Frequency

IPL Skin rejuvenation & Tightening

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