Why do you get large pores? Often it is inheritance, diet, environment and skin care. And not least, the type of skin that plays in. Do you want to treat and reduce your large pores? Enlarged pores indicate oily, blended and acne prone skin. Therefore, it is important to create skin care routines that are just right for your skin. The first step is to use the right cleanser to remove excess sebum, dead skin cells while normalizing skin balance. Read carefully what is included in facial cleansing and look for key ingredients such as salicylic acid or in other words BHA acid, kaolin clay, zinc, sulfur and PHA acid. In addition to facial cleansing, do not forget about facial water and slightly exfoliating products with said ingredients. The aim is to curb inflammation, balance sebum production, reduce redness and the appearance of blisters, pimples and blackheads, which contribute to pore enlargement. Add niacinamide, or vitamin B3, to the list of active and nourishing ingredients. Vitamin B3 has anti-inflammatory properties, treats and repairs skin barrier. It results in fresh and healthy appearance. Modern skin care products have a wide selection of creams, masks, boosters and serum with niacinamide. Often one wonders if it is possible to reduce large pores. To some extent, you can reduce large pores with the right skin care, but it is not enough to get rid of enlarged pores only with products that target enlarged pores. Micronone cultivation, professional chemical peels, mesotherapy etc. Treatments in some way "polish" and smooth the skin surface. Stop squeezing the pimples yourself and conduct deep port examinations by trained skin therapists. This prevents you from spreading inflammation and avoids red spots, which are then converted to post acne pigmentation.