Clear them out
If you are wondering about how to close open pores on the face, look no further. Step 1 is to clear them of any accumulated grime by exfoliating. Our pick for the job is the St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub. This one’s become our go-to exfoliator ever since we first tried it because of its hypo-allergenic formula and its ability to remove excess oil and dirt from the skin. This will help get rid of the pore-maximising residue that settles inside your skin so that the pores can be closed effectively.
Add in a toner
Toner is a crucial step to a makeup and beauty routine and is even more important for everyone dealing with open pores. For this, include the Lakmé Absolute Pore Fix Toner into your regime. The alcohol free toner works hard to remove impurities from deep within the pore bed to leave you with clean, taut skin.
A simple trick to closing your pores lies right in your refrigerator. Place a few ice cubes into a cotton handkerchief and gently rub it along your face for 5 minutes. The cold temperature of the ice cubes works to constrict the blood vessels over your face, a relatively cheap and effective trick to close open pores.
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