Large Pores On Nose – How Home Derma-Rolling Can Reduce Them

Large pores on the nose area! We’ve all been there and if we haven’t, we know someone who has. Such a common complaint in everyday skincare. Even Regina George from Mean Girls was known to obsess over those huge pores! But all is not lost! You might think that given how common they are that there is no remedy! Wrong! You’ll be pleased to know there is! It’s a an old/new treatment that’s simple yet effective. It could be described as a form of medieval torture. To be honest, it could be as old as medieval times given it’s simplicity but shockingly it’s multitude of benefits only became apparent over the past year. We’re so looking forward to sharing every piece of information there is to know on this device with you. Here’s our latest blog, Large Pores On Nose – How Home Derma-Rolling can reduce them

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The Science:

We are of course talking about the dermaroller. This at home micro needling device causes controlled injury to the skin. This controlled injury stimulates collagen and elastin production. It is due to these proteins being produced that our skin improves in so many ways.  

We sat down with one of our experts in results driven treatments and products to explain everything with us. 

She explained that the dermaroller works to shrink and tighten our open pores. For blocked pores it will work to unblock them and then close them. When our pores are open, black heads occur.  This is why it’s important that we treat the open pore before it fills up and becomes a black head. Yasmin recommends that we initially use the dermaroller 2-3 times a week at max. You can then build it up to 4-5 times a week. This ensures that your pores don’t have time to fill back up again. 

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As we always say, skincare is personal and never generic. What suites you might not suit someone else. What suites someone else, might not suit you. When changing products, you should always seek the advice of a skincare specialist. With the dermaroller, we’d advice to ensure you can firstly use it. It doesn’t suit certain skin conditions.

Watch Yasmin’s full Interview Below:

It does not suit the following:

  • Active Acne. 
  • Rosacea. (It can be used over mild rosacea.)
  • Eczema.
  • If you’ve had a cold sore in the past 2 weeks. (skin must be free of cold sores for at least 2 weeks)
  • Be careful of moles. You cannot roll over moles. (It’s probably wise to establish where the moles are on your face, big or small before you begin so that you don’t go over any.)

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