Pores

Oily skin requires more cleansing than creaming- Oily skinned persons won’t have to worry about sunning or wrinkles, neither will they be prone to a premature aging look. Oily skin has the disadvantage of a perpetually shiny nose, a skin that hates make-up and of course, a tendency to large pores. Large pored skin does not look lovely at close quarters. Large pores provide a base for blackheads and pimples. Here are the oldest methods of shrinking large pores: a Wash face with warm water and pure soap. Rinse off. Splash cold water and dry well with a coarse towel. Rub the fresh juice of lemon over entire face and allow it to dry. Wash off. Lemon juice acts as an astringent which clears and closes pores. b) Clean your face with warm water. Apply two tablespoons of milk of magnesia. Rinse off after twenty minutes with tepid water and finish off with a dash of cold water. c) Soak 5 almonds for an hour. Grind to a paste using I teaspoon of lemon juice. Leave for 15 - 20 minutes and rinse off with lukewarm water. d) On washed clean face, apply white of egg and leave on for 25 minutes. Wash face using lukewarm water and follow with a cold water rinse. e) Saturate cotton wool with buttermilk. Pat over face. Allow to dry before rinsing off. f) A combination of equal quantities of tomato juice and butter milk is also an excellent pore tightened. g) Extract the juice of lettuce leaves; add 2-3 drops of lemon juice and use over face. Wash off with cold water. h) Apricots combined with the pulp of tomato is an excellent pore shirker. i) To the well beaten white of an egg, add and mix well just a grain of camphor. Apply evenly for 20 minutes before rinsing off.

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