3 Steps Skin Care For Open Pores

A person’s pores may be more or less noticeable depending on their skin type.

Today in this post, we will explore few effective remedies, to make large pores less visible.

In this vlog I will share DIYs, with few actives rich in Amino acids, and vitamins that can give you results much faster

So without any delay, first let’s start with our DIYs

DIY#1 – With Banana & Sandalwood Powder

In a clean bowl, take half ripe banana, and mash it well
In this add 1 tsp of sandalwood powder
Mix it well, and your DIY is ready
Apply this pack on your clean face
Let it completely dry, and then rinse your face with cold water

DIY #2 – With Turmeric

Turmeric’s antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties will kill the bacteria and cure inflammation, reducing open pores

If you have oily skin, mix 1 spoon of turmeric powder with 1 spoon of rose water

For dry skin mix 1 spoon of turmeric powder and 1 spoon of raw milk

Apply this paste all over affected area, leave for 15 minutes and then rinse it off

You can try any of the above DIYs. Apart from these DIYs few actives are also very effective to make your skin tone even and pores smaller

You can try basic ABC skin care. A stands for vitamin A, B stands for vitamin B3, and C stands for vitamin C

Retinoid creams are very effective, to unclog pores and minimize their appearance. Retinoids increase skin cell turnover, which helps replace dead skin cells with younger, healthier ones that promote a glowing complexion.

If you’re a beginner, you can start with tretinoin 0.025%. Make sure you apply just pea size amount of this cream on your clean, dry face, and that also in night time

For vitamin B3, you can choose a good 10% niacinamide serum.

You can also try Glowpink’s watermelon based Niacinamide serum, as it has power of niacinamide, and it also has Amino Acids from watermelon extracts

Last active comes in this list is, Vitamin C. Vitamin C serum is rich in anti-oxidants, that can reverse all your skin damage, caused by free radicals

You can include both, vitamin C and Niacinamide in your morning skin care routine

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