Open Pores | Enlarged Pores
In this article, we are going to talk about some skin concerns which is affecting everybody, which are large open pores on the skin. Enlarged pores can be a problem because they can make your skin look rough and even older than it really is. Open pores can also be the breathing ground for bacteria which can lead to breakouts and acne. They can also make it harder for your skin to retain moisture which can cause dryness and irritation. So it is important to take steps to minimize the appearance of your pores and keep your skin healthy and happy.
Why do we get Open Pores?
So now firstly let’s understand why we get open pores.
Pores can become enlarged when they get clogged up with oil, dirt, and dead skin cells which causes inflammation and can lead to an increased size of the pore. Genetics can also play a role in the size of our pores but, don’t worry there are steps we can take to minimize the appearance of large pores and improve the overall health of your skin.
How to get rid of Open Pores
Here is what you do: Mix one tablespoon full of neem or Tulsi powder with one tablespoon full of turmeric powder in a bowl add enough water to make a paste then apply the paste to your face and massage gently in a circular motion for one or two minutes rinse with lukewarm water and fat dry with a clean towel.
Now let’s know about toner a good toner can help to tighten and close your pores. For an ayurvedic or homemade solution, you can use rose water. Rose Water has astringent properties and can help to balance the pH of your skin. To use it as a toner pour some rose water into a clean spray bottle and spray it onto your face.
You can also apply it with a cotton ball if you prefer. Alternatively, you can make a toner with apple cider vinegar and water. just mix equal parts of apple cider vinegar and water in a bowl. Dip a cotton ball in the mixture and apply to your face leave it on for a few minutes before rinsing with water.
Finally, don’t forget to protect your skin from Sun. UV rays can damage collagen and elastin in your skin which can lead to enlarged pores. Make sure to wear broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of 30 every day, even if you are indoors.
These are tips for repairing your skin and closing large open pores using homemade solutions. Remember to be consistent with your skin routine and be patient, it takes time to see the result.