Even if you have a perfectly impeccable complexion, your skin ceases to look beautiful if your pores are wide open.
Along with oily skin, pores lead to comedones that are bumps on the skin giving your skin a pitted appearance.
Why Should You Treat This Condition?
Open pores lead to a lackluster appearance of the skin as it prevents the light from reflecting evenly. It is essential to have the pores closed so that the skin can look bright and flawless.
Troublesome open pores will contribute to an additional flare-up of spots and possibly even acne. If you treat your open pores when they first appear, you can stop them from becoming pesky!
How Can You Expect Relief?
Open pores cannot disappear instantaneously; nevertheless, you can help make them appear smaller or inconspicuous.
Dr Rashmi Shetty Bursts a Few Myths about pores
Ice helps to close your pores.
No. But just the intense temperature makes the skin go into spasm, and for a few seconds, and you feel the skin is tight.
Salon steam helps reduce pores.
Steaming frequently or using steam that is too hot can aggravate inflammatory acne because it increases redness and inflammation.
What are the treatments for Open Pores?
Specialized Treatments at Ra Aesthetics for Open Pores
Dr. Rashmi Shetty conducts a thorough examination of your skin, considers all other related factors and prescribes a personalized treatment regime.
Chemical Peels for open pores
Chemical peels have also become one of the most popular treatments to reduce open pores. The chemical peels help to extract dead skin and clear the sebum. The process results in a drastic surge in collagen production and tightens the skin. They aid in gentle exfoliation that reveals rejuvenated skin from beneath and consequently reduces the enlarged pores.
Dr. Shetty is frequently invited as a faculty at several dermatology and plastic surgery society meetings including the American Association of Dermatology, Australian Association of Dermatology, Thai Derm Society & IADVL among others. Dr. Shetty is also an international trainer for facial injectables like botox and fillers with industry leaders like Allergan, Merz and Galderma. She has trained doctors across the world. She has been an integral part of the advisory board of many skin and hair care MNCs globally namely, Unilever for Pond’s, Vaseline and Lakme, Procter & Gamble for Gillette, Marico for Parachute’s haircare range, & Bio-Oil.