Enlarged Pores

All of us have pores in our skin. Pores are small openings in the skin that operate by releasing oils and sweat.

As everyone’s skin is different, our pores can vary in size and shape. However, if your pores seem to be larger than most, there can be reasons for this, such as: acne and spots, increased sebum production (which causes oily skin), exposure to the sun, and therefore sun damage, using makeup products that clog your pores.

Enlarged pores occur when your glands produce an excessive amount of sebum which mixes with the dead skin cells in your pores. When this happens pores can become blocked and subsequently, enlarged and more visible.

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If you feel you suffer from enlarged pores, there are various different ways you can attempt to treat them. Try cleansing your face and body on a regular basis and investing in some new skincare products.

However, if you feel that nothing is helping your large pores, here at Coppergate Clinic, we offer a range of non-surgical treatments that can help to reduce your enlarged pores. Get in touch with us today and see how our team of aestheticians can help you.

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