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Large Pores Treatment

Posted on March 15, 2014 at 12:20 AM

Large Pores Treatment






Large pores are simply a genetic problem. Large pores are often an indication of oily skin. Large pores (sometimes referred to as enlarged pores) are likewise more common in the T-zone and occur most often on those with oily skin. Though not always, large pores and blackheads tend to go hand in hand. Blackheads and large pores usually come together. This is because the pores are larger, so oil and dead skin sits inside of them. This becomes a blackhead and stretches the pore even larger.


If enlarged pores are due to blackheads stretching the entrance of the pore, then firstly remove blackheads using one of the above methods, then to contract pores, blend (one or your preferred mixture) of camphor, sage and / or thyme in a base of jojoba oil. Use as a compress or mix in with your moisturiser and apply to affected areas. Jojoba is easily absorbed into the skin and balances oil levels (which may assist in reducing blackheads as sebum production is regulated).


Oatmeal and gram flour are good toning substance. You can add a little lemon juice, rose water and curd to them and apply on the skin. Wash this pack off when it dries. It tones the pores and enhances the complexion.


Honey is equally good to tone up the pores and reduce the oiliness from the skin. It can be applied in any of the facemask or can be directly applied on the skin with a little lemon juice and sugar to it. You can massage it on face and leave it for few minutes. Then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Honey added to milk powder too helps if applied on the skin. A paste made of salt and butter is helpful in reducing pore size if applied on them.


Add tomato juice to calamine powder or sandalwood powder, as they help in reducing the size of the pores and even tone up the skin well. These packs help skin to reduce the sebum production and thus help in reducing the size of the pores.


Boire strips help with blackhead removal, so if you have blackheads, use them. They are effective. Also, scrub your face regularly to prevent your pores from getting clogged. Make sure you use a scrub that suits you, because certain scrubs can cause a rash.


Egg skin is a pore-shrinker that also helps bring skin eruptions to a head. Break an egg, reserve its contents for other use, and then carefully remove the membrane from the inside of the shell. Smooth this egg skin over the enlarged pores; let dry before peeling off.


Sunburn is better prevented than treated. Effective sunscreens are available in a wide variety of strengths. Most doctors recommend a sunscreen SPF level of 30 or greater.


Large pores are simply a genetic problem, but you can temporarily reduce large pores by clearing away dirt and debris. Large pores are often an indication of oily skin. Use one after the other for cleansing and exfoliating the skin. Mix 2 egg whites with a few drops of lemon juice. Apply on face and leave on for 5-7 minutes, then rinse with hands. As egg whites dry, they lighten the skin and pull debris out of pores.


Mix almond meal with enough water to make a paste. Apply to pores for 20 minutes. Rinse with warm water, and then apply witch hazel or a solution of apple cider vinegar and water.


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Posted on January 6, 2014 at 11:15 PM

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Top 10 Remedies for Dark Circles Under Eyes

Posted on November 11, 2013 at 4:25 PM

Author:  Amit Shukla

Under eyes dark circles can mar the beauty of any face. You may blame yourself for late-night sleeping habit but fatigue is not the only cause of the problem. Dark circles can also appear due to aging because of collagen and fat loss that cause thinning of skin. Hereditary, alcohol and caffeinated drinks are the other causes. To help you deal with the problem of dark circles under your eyes, here is a collection of top 10 remedies…

 Top 10 Home Remedies for Dark Circles under Eyes:

Below are the top 10 remedies for dark circles under eyes:

Water: Dehydration can be one of the reasons. Experts recommend having eight 8-ounce glasses of water a day to keep your skin well moistened and cool. Water can also help flush out toxins and reduce dark circles.

Almond Oil and Honey: The exfoliating property of almond oil is suggested to activate the cells, leading to tightening of skin around the eyes, thereby treating dark circles. For this, you can equally mix almond oil and honey and apply it on the dark circles around the eyes for about 10 minutes regularly.

Rose Water: The relaxing and rejuvenating property of rose water is believed to be effective in reducing dark circles under the eyes. For this, cotton balls soaked in about 5-6 drops of rose water can be applied on the closed eyes for about 15 minutes.

Cucumber and Lemon Juice: It is suggested that being rich in vitamin C, this pack can prevent free radicals damage, thereby treating under eye dark circles. You can mix two teaspoons of grated cucumber with half a teaspoon of lemon juice and apply it on your eyes for 15 minutes.

Vitamin K: It is assumed that vitamin K can treat damaged capillaries around the eyes, thereby promoting normal blood circulation and treating under eye dark circles. You can get regular supply of vitamin K from cabbage, sprouts, kiwi, etc.

Potato Slice: It is believed that the relaxing effect of potato can help in treating this problem. For this, a thin potato slice can be placed on each closed eyelid for about 10 minutes. Regular Sleep: Experts opine that good sleep can promote healthy skin, thereby treating under eye dark circle problem.

Tea Bags: The antioxidant property of green tea due to the presence of polyphenols, catechins, etc might reduce dark circles. You can place cold (green) tea bags on your closed eyes for 15 minutes daily.

Mint: The antioxidant property of mint due to the presence of flavonoids can help in reducing free-radical damage caused to the cells of the eyes, thereby treating dark circles. One can crush fresh mint leaves and apply it on the eyes.

Turmeric Powder and Pineapple Juice: The presence of curcumin (antioxidant) in turmeric powder can treat free-radical damage caused to the cells around the eyes, thereby treating dark circles. You can apply a paste of turmeric powder mixed with pineapple juice and apply it on the eyes for about 10 minutes everyday.

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Keeping Your Skin Fresh All Day Long

Posted on September 20, 2013 at 3:40 PM

Author: Sarah Paul

When your days are long and full, there would probably be no time for you to apply makeup throughout the day. So how can use still maintain your good looks all day long? Simple enough, just use the right products for the skin, and maintain fresh skin the entire day. The only prerequisite is to spend a little time on you face every morning and after that you can forget about prepping up later during the day because there would just not be any need to.

Here is what you need to do to maintain fresh skin.

Day Formulas

One of the best ways to maintain fresh skin is to make use of a suitable day formula product for the skin. A day formula forms an extra layer on your skin and prevents makeup from damaging it. Put some day formula on your hand and apply it in circular strokes over your cheeks. Then move it across your face to your chin and forehead, but do not let it get into your eyes.

Go for a day formula that contains sunscreen, and if you are older, you could opt for a wrinkle free day formula product for the skin. Whichever product you chose, as long as the quality is good, it will keep your skin fresh.


A moisturizer can also keep your skin fresh. Use a lightweight oil free product because it is more effective than the thick ones. Please note that separate moisturizers are available for the face and body. Applying the body moisturizer to your face will just damage your skin.


Hate the dark circles around your eyes? Hide them with a concealer. You can also cover red patches and other brown spots with a concealer. Use a concealer that goes with the tone of your skin, or use a lighter shade. Avoid using dark shades because they will not keep your skin fresh. For the red spots, you can use a yellowish concealer to subdue the patches.


Primers not only keep your skin fresh but also hold your lip color and eye shadow in place. Apply an eye primer on your eyelid and then put on a nude or light brown eye shade for a natural look. Similarly, apply the lip primer on your lip and use any lipstick over it. Try to go for lighter shades.

So be sure to follow these guidelines and enjoy your beautifully fresh skin the whole day long.

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