Enlarged Pores

Perricone MD – Intensive Pore Minimizer

intensive pore minimizerTired of enlarged pores staring back at you in the mirror?

Perricone Intensive Pore Minimizer is a multi-functional treatment that tightens the appearance of pores as it delivers less oily, less shiny skin with a matte finish all day.

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Enlarged Pores: Treatment and Prevention with Perricone Cosmetics

A pore consists of a sweat gland, a hair follicle, and an oil gland that lubricates skin and assists in the removal of dead skin cells. Many people notice that their pores appear enlarged or especially prominent.

This can result from:

  • Blackheads can expand pores, and the collection of sebum and dirt around the pore creates the illusion that they are larger.
  • Sun damage enlarges pores.
  • Aging. Skin thickens with age and a rim of cells is more likely to collect around each pore.

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How Enlarged Pores on Face Come About

Facial pores are an important part of the face where sweat and sebaceous oil leave the body. Pores are also where hair on the body stems from.

Everyone has pores, but some are much larger and noticeable than others. Reducing pore size is one of the many way to make skin look younger. Read more »

Face Pores: Skin’s Outlet

Although face pores are an essential part of the skin’s functioning, no one wants the crater-like characteristics of the moon on their face. (No offense, man on the moon.) Through gaining a better understanding of face pores, you will be able to make them a less apparent part of your face.

Issues of face pores are at the forefront of skin and aging concerns, so it is useful to analyze face pores as a part of your skin’s composition and understand the causes of enlarged face pores. Read more »

Clear Pores for Clearer Skin and Smaller Pores

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Keeping pores clean is an important part of every skin care routine. Pores become dirty from a buildup of oily sebum, cellular debris, and bacteria which clogs the pores. When all of this residue comes in contact with oxygen, the pores become darker and are called blackheads. The blackheads act as a plug in the pores. The body keeps trying to rid itself of oil being produced, but oil cannot escape the skin because of the blackhead. Instead, all of the oil builds up behind the blackhead and causes acne. Read more »