Learn how to reduce facial pore size naturally with kitchen and other household items. Ditch the chemical-laden products and get results the natural way!
If you struggle with large pores, you know it can have a negative effect on your self-esteem. Pores need to be unclogged to stay small and less noticeable. There are many products available on the market that claim to have the solution to the problem, but most of those products contain chemicals and can be quite expensive. Luckily, it is possible to shrink enlarged pores by using some effective home remedies that are affordable and you probably already have these food and household items on hand.
Remedies to Reduce Facial Pore Size Naturally
- Aloe Vera – Use aloe gel straight as a facial mask. It’s a natural astringent and its emollient properties will help cleanse and reduce pore size as well as moisturize your skin. Squeeze the gel from one or two leaves and rub it gently with your fingers across your face. Leave it on for about 15 minutes, just until it dries, and then rinse well with cool water and pat your face dry. You will notice a difference in your pore size and your skin will feel soft and smooth.
- Lemon Juice – Rub a slice of fresh lemon across your face. The natural enzymes in the lemon juice cleanse your pores and shrink them in size.
- Lemon Juice and Sugar Scrub – Mix one tablespoon of lemon juice with one tablespoon of sugar scrub. Rub this onto your face, gently, and let it sit for 10 minutes. Rinse off with cool water for tighter pores.
Home DIY Beauty Tip: Always rinse your face with cool water rather than warm or hot. Cool water helps to keep pore size at bay.
We hope you found this DIY natural beauty tip using kitchen and household products beneficial! If you love this easy DIY remedy for your skin as much as we do, you might want to try our DIY Orange Sea Salt Scrub and our DIY Lemon Essential Oil Sugar Scrub too. We hope you enjoy this simple and economical kitchen helper as much as we do!
Disclosure: The author of this article is not a trained medical professional, nor a dietician. All of the information in this post is based on research and personal experience.