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HOW TO: Reduce The Appearance Of Large Pores

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Pores are important for healthy skin. They secrete an oily substance known as sebum, that keeps skin moisturized and protects it from germs and environmental stress. Enlarged pores feel like more of a nuisance than a benefit. Hard to cover up, and even harder to shrink, large pores can put a damper on your best-laid makeup plans and your confidence.

 

 

Along with dead cells, exfoliating also removes the dirt stuck deep inside your pores. Washing your skin alone will not accomplish this. When pores become clogged, they appear larger, which is the last thing we all want. By “decongesting” your pores through exfoliation, they will diminish in size and allow your skin a healthy polished glow.

We love and recommend the Sonya Dakar Pore Minimizer. Perfect for an oily complexion, Sonya Dakar's pore minimizer helps reduce oil production and inflammation that so often lead to dilated pores. The skin becomes uniform in tone and texture, imperfections are diminished, and makeup application is optimized.

(The Sonya Dakar skin product mentioned is available at nuBest salon and spa, to use during your own convenience at home. For more information, please call 516.627.9444)

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  • ,,,ruth is beautiful! and “yes” to your qutoeisn. i would prefer to see more “ruths” in fashion and beauty advertising, than these skinny minnies who if you sneezed would fall over. it’s sad what our society has “deemed” to be beautiful. i have a great aunt that will be 104 yrs jan 2013 and she nearly has a wrinkle on her face! she’s beautiful and este lauder, chanel and other beauty leaders should be phoning her on the tele and asking her for advice!,,,

    Posted by Maria on 02/19/2015

  • absolutely! epidemic is the pcferet word for this. I’m not old (28) but I find it deeply offensive that young (16-18) year old models are used in anti-aging ads, editorials that CLEARLY are marketed towards older women, every line and wrinkle is PS’d under the guise of “its distracting”. It is giving everyone a complex. Wrinkles aren’t “distracting”. We’re creating these incredibly ridiculous standards that no one except genetically blessed 16 year olds (and those are few and far between) can reach. and why? is it really that bad to age? NO! It’s a beautiful part of life… I don’t see it as aspirational or inspirational to covet the faces of 16 year old models (who are photoshopped into oblivion too)… I see it as denying a lovely part of what makes us human… it can be just as inspirational (if not more so) to see an aging face, age gracefully…. (sorry for the rant) ;)

    Posted by Fati on 02/15/2015

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