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How to Close Pores on Your Face Without Spending on Products

Do you look at your face and see tiny, visible holes on it? Those are open pores that oftentimes mar your glow. You should learn how to close pores on your face right away. It’s a simple way to look as perfect as the lamb without blemish.

What are Pores?

Pores are tiny holes on your face, hands, hair follicles, legs and every other part of your body. They help to get rid of toxins on your skin, thus making you look healthy. They also allow sweat and oil pass through your skin.

Pores give no problem at all. However, the problem comes when these holes become noticeable on your face.

When this happens, your face ages quickly as a result of blackheads and acne. You wouldn’t want that, would you?

If you don’t, you have to take action on your face already.

You can start by first learning how to close pores on your face before proceeding to use the knowledge.

How to Close Pores on Your Face

Actually, there is no way to close your pores completely. But there are ways to make them less noticeable on your face.

If this is what you want, don’t stop reading yet.

Because we’ve curated for your sake tips on how to close pores on your face so you can look younger every day.

You don’t have to try different products to close those holes on your face. Follow these tips and you’ll have the facial glow you’ll always be proud of.

Here they are:

1. Exfoliate Your Skin

When you exfoliate, you get rid of dead skin cells. It also helps to remove toxins that clog your pores. You can exfoliate with a sugar scrub or any exfoliant from a skincare store.

Exfoliating gives room for your skincare products to penetrate your skin and be more effective. Do this twice a week but be careful not to over-exfoliate and lose your skin’s natural oil.

2. Wash Your Face Twice a Day

This is no news. You desire healthy skin, wash your face in the morning and before you retire to bed. This is a way to get rid of the dirt and makeup that lived on your face while you moved about.

To do this, use lukewarm water and a gentle cleanser to wash your face.

3. Use Water-based Products if Your Skin is Oily

Rather than use oil-based products on your skin, choose water-based ones. This is because oil-based products contain petrolatum and other kinds of oil. Although they moisturize your skin, they may as well add more oil to your skin, thus enlarging your pores.

Instead, go for products that contain honey, urea and other humectants.

4. Wear Sunscreen

Over-exposure to the sun can dry up your skin and open up your pores. This is not good especially if you desire to have a flawless skin.

Hence, to counter this, always use a sunscreen. Go for one with an SPF of 30 or more. In addition, wear your sunglasses or a hat anytime the sun is blazing hot. They help you look stylish while protecting your skin.

5. Steam Your Face

This sounds contradictory since exposing your face to steam opens up your pores. However, it may be possible that your pores aren’t large; rather it’s just bacteria, oil or dirt clogged up there.

To get rid of them, bend over a bucket of hot water and let the heat seep into your face for five to ten minutes. You can use a piece of material to cover your head so air doesn’t go in as you do this. Afterwards,  use a clean washcloth dipped in warm water to massage your face for a minute. This will help to close those pores and prevent bacteria from going in after the steam has opened your pores.

Now you know how to close those pores on your face that make you look like you got your face long before you were born. A little commitment is all you need and soon you’ll be proud you put in the work.

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Victoria B. Willie

Writing has always been a part of me. From writing stories as a young child to studying Communication Arts in the university, it has always been more than a medium of expression to me.

And then one day, I found myself toeing the path of an entrepreneur and becoming a fashion enthusiast. This made me develop an interest in content marketing and copywriting which I've been chasing alongside my fashion career.

That aside, when I'm not sharing style articles, selling with stories, or sketching fashion-forward pieces for Ria Kosher, you'll find me telling wild stories that always come with a twist.

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One comment

  1. Thank you so much for this…I really didn’t know I have to use water based products as I have an oily skin

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