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How to Get Small Pores: The Pore Minimizers and Treatments You Need to Try
What can treat large facial pores?
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Is It Possible to Shrink Large Pores?
Let's get something straight: You cannot get rid of your pores. Love them or hate them, they're a structural layer of your skin that are always going to be there. So, please, ignore any masks or strips that promise to "erase" or "eradicate" your pores—unless they take off a layer of your skin, this won't happen—and focus on what you can do about your pore problems.
Even though I curse their existence, I understand they have an important role in keeping my skin naturally lubricated and moisturized blah blah blah —but am I so wrong in wishing they could do their thing a little more discreetly? Am I stuck with these large pores forever?! Their size is wholly determined by genetics, but they can look larger if the collagen around them weakens from, say, age, sun exposure, or skin trauma or if they become clogged hi, blackheads with dirt, oil, and bacteria. Keeping scrolling for 11 best ways to make your pores appear smaller as well as the best pore-minimizing products and treatments to try.