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Large Pores

Ideally, we would all like to have skin that’s smooth, firm, pliable, and nicely hydrated, with small, nearly-invisible pores. But some of us just have large pores – or, at least, pores that are much more visible than we’d like them to be and which contribute to making our skin look uneven in tone.

Obviously, you can’t get rid of your pores, but you can keep them clean and shrink them temporarily to make them less obvious. Cosmetic practitioners have various quasi-magic wands for treating your pores, but you also have plenty of choices for treating them at home.

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