So you have large pores on your face? Are you also suffering from blackheads which tend to go hand in hand with enlarged pores? If you are, here’s a bare face fact. Just about everyone gets enlarged pores, as these pores are tiny openings in our skin that provide a way for the oil glands underneath to lubricate and protect the surface of our skin.
For years, I have only used cleansing lotions of western brands to remove my makeup. I have heard so much about the Koreans and Japanese using oil-based cleansers but was a little of an oil-phobe to try my hands on one until recently with the new Sana Ho-Jun-Ki Cleansing Oil.
So what’s the difference?
I realised that normal makeup removing lotion do not focus on pore cleansing care but this 100% raw royal jelly containing Vitamin C derivative promises to shrink pores by removing all traces of clogged dirts and sebums in pores.
I’ve heard many women complaining that products that used to work well for them have stopped being effective after two bottles. Or women who find that nothing seems to be working for their skin anymore or that their skin condition have suddenly worsened overnight.
If you’ve encountered such a problem, stop trying to slap on more concentrated creams and lotions on your face or experiment with new products that promises to improve your specific problem. Instead, switch to natural and water-based products and take a skin diet to reset your skin to its natural state.
While I’ve been using toners on my face since I started out using skincare, I’ve never actually thought much about it. I just use it because it’s supposed to be part of the cleansing process to clear out the impurities. And over the years, I didn’t really see a lot of difference on days when I’ve forgotten to swipe on the toner.