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Enlarged Pores

What is Enlarged Pores?

Enlarged pores, a very common skin care complaint, are depressions in the facial skin surface that serve as an escape route for perspiration and other body toxins. These enlarged pores are commonly found on oily or ageing skin and can get clogged with sebum (debris and natural body oil).

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What causes Enlarged Pores?

Most common causes are:

  • Oily skin: enlarged pores are associated with oily skin.
  • The natural ageing process: with ageing you loose elasticity and therefore pores look enlarged.
  • Gender: although men have larger pores than women, however, pregnancy, puberty, menstruation, use of hormonal medication can make the pores appear large.
  • Sun Damage: overexposure of sun can make the pores appear larger
  • Genetics

What treatments are available for Enlarged Pores?

At Dermacore, we offer a broad range of treatments for Enlarged Pores that are non-invasive and highly effective. Book a free consultation to discuss your skin concerns with our skin specialist and develop a plan for a clearer, radiant and youthful skin.

We Recommend the following treatments for Enlarged Pores:

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