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At Oblique Beauty House we address enlarged pores in a multitude of ways in order to find the best solution for every single client.
A skin analysis will be performed during the primary consultation by our dermatologist and therapists, in turn they will let you know what your best course of action is and what treatment or combination of treatments you will benefit most from.
In order to tackle enlarged pores we use a variety of medical and aesthetic treatments to minimise the appearance of enlarged pores on the face.
Enlarged pores are depressions in the facial skin surface that contain one or more openings to the ducts carrying sweat and oil from their respective eccrine glands and sebaceous glands.
Large pores are the dilated opening of oil glands, concentrated mainly in the T-zone on your face, and a common side effect of oily skin. Sun exposure, acne, and genetics also play a factor. Large pores can worsen as we age due to weakened skin laxity.
Pores are clogged with excess sebum causing enlarged pores mostly in people with oily skin. Enlarged pores are usually seen in acne patients which require medical treatment. However, there are also people who have enlarged pores but no acne problem. Ageing causes reduction in collagen production and with sagging skin, this can cause large pores to become more visible. Aged skin and damage caused by the sun on the skin makes the skin thicker and slows down the cell turnover rate.
Accumulation of dead skin cells in pores, which cannot be pushed off the skin causes enlargement of pores.
To minimise pores, it is necessary to consider the skin’s structure. The predominant problem in young skin with large pores is that the skin is oily and the pores thus become clogged.
In younger people, black spots that clog pores should be prevented with a daily routine. Salicic acid creams, gels, and lotions, vitamin A creams and gels, creams and gels that contain fruit acids can be used to prevent clogging of pores.
If pores are clogged despite the use of such products, professional deep skin cleaning should be done on a monthly basis by a trained therapist.