Dilated Pores

Dilated Pores

Yes, pores do dilate over time.

The causes are related to changes in the skin texture, which can be caused by the accumulation of dead skin cells, excessive sebum secretion, improper cleansing or the use of skincare products that are not suitable for your skin type. Aging also plays a role, and hereditary factors can contribute as well.

It is important to note that pores are connected to sweat glands (sweat excretion pores), while ostia are connected to hair follicles and oil-producing glands. The term "dilated pores" is often misused because it is actually the ostia that become enlarged. Pores, on the other hand, are invisible to the naked eye.

Improving and Alleviating

You can refine the texture of your skin and improve the appearance of dilated pores.

Prevention and Procedures

Certain daily habits are important steps and should be part of your beauty routine. Exfoliating the skin at least twice a week, cleansing it morning and evening, and using products suitable for your skin are essential. Beauty experts can determine the appropriate skincare treatments and procedures to help improve your skin texture.