It has been three months since my last update. Is my skin better? Do my pores look smaller? What is the best treatment for large pores on nose? Did I find the answer? I am having Daiso Charcoal Mask on my face. I have not taken a photo of my nose yet. I have been using at-home Salicylic Acid Peel 30% and 2.0mm Dermaroller alternatively once a month for large pores on nose. Somehow, I can just see a slight improvement. My pores on nose look just slightly less obvious to the naked eyes. Skin is less oily and slightly firmer. It is better than nothing. And, I do think that these two at-home treatments are the best treatment for large pores on nose. Why? I have come to realize many things. I will state them out below. I care less about my skin too. Appearance is important. But, it is not the most important thing in our life. If you are having any skin problem like me. Face it bravely, positively and happily. I have been battling skin problems for years. All the magical products on the market are useless. Do not believe them. Do not throw all your money in these skin care products. Now, everyday, I just wash my face with Aloe Vera cleanser. No more toner. No more cream. When I have time, I DIY some natural masks using natural ingredients in the kitchen. I also sleep regularly. Drink enough water.
Best Treatment for Large Pores on Nose at home
If you asked me that whether I would go for any skin laser treatment again. I would answer, no. I found that laser treatment is very harmful to our delicate skin. Although there are many good reviews on the net, how far the truth we can trust? I figured out one thing. Unfortunately, large pores on nose cannot be actually shrunk. For my case, I have inherited naturally oily and thick skin that are likely to have larger pores. My oil glands are more active. I did not take good care of my skin during my puberty. Perhaps, I should say, I did not know how to take care of my skin. My large pores always clogged causing many skin problems like acne and scars. Large pores will not go away by squeezing out the stuffs in your pores. On the other hand, if you did not take care of these stuffs, your pores will become larger and larger as more and more things pile up in your pores.
Imaging your pores as ear piercing. The holes are like large pores and earrings are like blackheads. The larger the earring, the larger the hole in your ear. The earrings stretch our skin making it losing elasticity. If you wear earrings continuously for a period of time, the holes will become permanent. Hence, if we do not treat our pores at early stage, they can look worse than they actually are. I have done a lot of research on the net and also tested many the so called “solutions”. No matter how I deep clean or scrub my skin, these problems never go away. It is like a cycle. It happens again and again. That is how I have come to the conclusion that Chemical Peels and Dermaroller are the treatments that I can have faith in for large pores on nose. Dermaroller helps to stimulate collagen production by breaking up our skin tissue, thus improving the skin elasticity. Chemical Peels make the skin peel off allowing new skin to replace it. I have watch a video on Youtube before about getting rid of harden scars. I have already forgotten the up-loader’s name if not I would share it here. The guy is a skin specialist. He said that using something with a pointer, move across your scars would help to soften your skin tissue and thus, improving the appearance of scars. I am trying this method for my large pores on nose too. It does help. It is a long journey to smooth and healthy skin.