Enlarged Pores: How to Find a Treatment?
January 5, 2013
Pores are small passageways through which hair reaches the surface of your skin. The small openings also have additional roles that contribute to your health: Pores act as ducts, allowing oil to travel from under-the-skin glands to the surface to condition the dermis. Aside from that, the tiny holes are one of the paths your body uses to get rid of toxins. In fact, during exercise, your pores become enlarged to facilitate the excretion of waste.
Sometimes pores become so enlarged that they create unattractive craters. Although it’s usually not a medical concern, enlarged pores can damage your self-confidence and self-esteem and require any kind of cosmetic enlarged pores treatment.
Fortunately, there are proven strategies for minimizing or concealing enlarged pores — and restoring even-looking skin.