nikkiz
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Nikkiz
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14 yrs, 6 mths ago

open pores

hi everyone,does anyone know a way to help reduce open pores on the face?

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  • MichelinPlatinumMichelin
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    14 yrs ago

    How do you get open pores?

    Gem said once they`re stretched theres no going back.. so what constitutes as stretching them? ><

  • MichelinPlatinumMichelin
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    How do you get open pores?

    Gem said once they`re stretched theres no going back.. so what constitutes as stretching them? ><

  • MichelinPlatinumMichelin
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    How do you get open pores?

    Gem said once they`re stretched theres no going back.. so what constitutes as stretching them? ><

  • hannah_almondPlatinumHannah_almond
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    microdermabrasion sounds really interesting, i was wondering how much each session costed. does it hurt? or is it feel just like exfoliating but it does a better job of it?

  • hannah_almondPlatinumHannah_almond
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    microdermabrasion sounds really interesting, i was wondering how much each session costed. does it hurt? or is it feel just like exfoliating but it does a better job of it?

  • hannah_almondPlatinumHannah_almond
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    microdermabrasion sounds really interesting, i was wondering how much each session costed. does it hurt? or is it feel just like exfoliating but it does a better job of it?

  • PusstissPlatinumPusstiss
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    Witchhazel is a great astringent (toner) for the skin available at most supermarkets. Applied using a dabbing motion cotton balls and to follow through with rosewater (available at indian stores)to soften and smooth your skin.

    Enjoy!

  • PusstissPlatinumPusstiss
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    Witchhazel is a great astringent (toner) for the skin available at most supermarkets. Applied using a dabbing motion cotton balls and to follow through with rosewater (available at indian stores)to soften and smooth your skin.

    Enjoy!

  • PusstissPlatinumPusstiss
    Founding Member
    Platinum
    14 yrs ago

    Witchhazel is a great astringent (toner) for the skin available at most supermarkets. Applied using a dabbing motion cotton balls and to follow through with rosewater (available at indian stores)to soften and smooth your skin.

    Enjoy!

  • ElmoPlatinumElmo
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    14 yrs, 1 mth ago

    Thanks for the info Gemini I might look into this in the future! Sounds like it good be worth it…!

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