Skin Care for the Nose


Skin Care for the Nose

The skin on your nose shows what it knows. It needs a little more love when it comes to skin care. The pores can be an oil trap and takes a daily beating without us realizing it. Here's some beauty advice to give our noses the love they deserve!

One of the biggest concerns with the nose is enlarged pores. We follow a healthy skin care routine like it’s second nature. We wear sunscreen daily. Why are our nose pores standing out without the zoom?If this is the case for you, you’re not alone. The nose produces a lot of sebum because it’s connected to the sebaceous glands. Knowing that the nose can become oily, people tend to mistake it as a bad thing. But it’s actually pH-balancing itself. Some of us are predisposed to have larger pores, but we can still do something about them. Let’s first talk about what not to do.Don’t dehydrate your nose.

By dehydrating the nose, sebum production can go into overdrive. Then, getting it back into balance will take extra work. Always include the nose when following each step of a skin routine, including moisturizer.Avoid pore strips.

Using them can rupture the skin. We don’t want that! We’ll talk about alternatives in a few.

Stop squeezing or picking.

Dermatologists have the expertise, skills, and proper tools to give the nose a proper squeeze. DIY squeezing or picking can scar, damage, and even make nose pores look worse.

So, what can we do to keep our nose pores looking like the rest of our faces? There are plenty of great options to help. Here are a few suggestions.

Be patient.

Pores won’t shrink overnight but they can with consistent proper care. Keep going!Steam to clean.

Doing this step opens pores, making it easier to cleanse out the trapped oil and dirt. It helps unclog pores to avoid blackheads, whiteheads, and acne.Use a mask.

Seaweed, charcoal, and green tea masks are incredible at pulling out toxins and whatever got stuck in those nose pores. Once all the gunk is out, the pores look smaller.

Rub ice.

For a quick fix, ice is great at shrinking pores temporarily. Grab a cube before putting on makeup or before heading out the door.Professional treatment.

Nowadays, there are countless treatments for enlarged pores. Microdermabrasion, microneedling, chemical peels, or laser therapy, are popular treatments for the nose. If you’ve tried everything and you see no difference, consult with a board-certified dermatologist.Including a high-quality serum is a necessary step in a skin care routine. Try RxESCUESKIN for 30 days, satisfaction guaranteed. Using sunscreen also helps minimize damage that creates enlarged pores. We hope that these skin tips help you on your skin care journey!

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