How to deep clean face pores

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How to deep clean face pores
Keep your pores clean to get rid of acne (skin care image by anna karwowska from Fotolia.com)

Facial pores clogged by dirt and oils can trigger skin blemishes. However, there are ways to restore your youthful appearance and get rid of acne such as blackheads and whiteheads. Clean pores are the key to clear skin, and there are several ways to deep clean your skin and maintain oil-free pores. You can use over-the-counter facial products to achieve clean pores or use home methods.

Skill level:
Moderate

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Things you need

  • Facial mask
  • Cleanser
  • Pore strips

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Apply a facial mask. Facial masks are thick, claylike creams that help improve circulation and draw out toxins and get rid of dead skin cells. Purchase a facial mask from a chemist or beauty supply store and apply the cream as directed to deep clean pores. Allow the cream to dry completely and then rinse with warm water.

  2. 2

    Wash your face regularly with a deep cleanser. Wash your face daily, either in the mornings or nights, with a deep facial cleanser to open pores and remove oil and bacteria that can clog pores and trigger acne marks.

  3. 3

    Apply heat to clean pores. Steam from hot water or a hot cloth promotes sweating, allowing oils and germs to escape your facial pores. Place a wet hot cloth over your face for five minutes to open your pores. Leaning over a bowl of hot water has the same effect. Rinse your face after steaming to remove sweat and surface dirt.

  4. 4

    Experiment with pore strips. Buy deep-cleaning pore strips from a pharmacy or drugstore and apply the adhesive strip to areas of your face such as the nose or chin to help draw out dirt and oils that may clog pores. Use pore strips as instructed.

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