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Minimize Pores & Natural DIYs Routine (Healthy Glow)





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Published on Nov 21, 2011

LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, & READ ME! SkinME episode every Tuesday! How to minimize pores? Well, it takes a lot of tender, love, and care. I posted my routine that will help minimize enlarge & clogged pores with three do-it-yourself natural remedy to follow. Please request for next week's skin topic!

Side note: Store skin care products in a dry and cool place. Not in your bathroom that will ruin them because of heat and humidity. Always do a patch test on your wrist for sensitivity to an ingredient(s) before applying onto your face.

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Steps To Minimize Pores & Keep Up With The Routine!
1. Cleanse skin with mild soap either in the shower when your pores are open or with steam from the sink. I use Continuous Control Clean & Clear for oily combination skin.
2. Exfoliate face daily with 2 tbsp. of baking soda, add water to form a paste and a squirt of glycolic or salicylic acid (Neutrogena Oil-Free Grapefruit) for 20 seconds. You can taper to exfoliate 2-3 times a week once your pores are minimized.
3. Use an alcohol-free toner like the DIY tomato toner in this video to apply daily. Mix 1 fresh tomato juice with 1/4 of cucumber juice, and 1 capsule of vitamin C that you can get at the drugstore to make for 1 week. I leave it on because the cucumber is moisturizing and feel great! If the tomato juice is too acidic for your skin, you can rinse off before moisturizing.
4. Moisturize twice daily. I use Neutrogena Ageless Wrinkle for day and night. C. Booth Derma 10% Glycolic Acid Resurfacing Serum at night as directed before moisturizing that you can get at Walgreens, Ulta, or Rite Aid. Glycolic acid can come in creams or lotions too.
5. Optional*** Use tomato pulp mask and scrub 2 to 3 times a week for blackheads and get glowing skin. Let the mask sit for 15-20 minutes before rinsing with cold water.

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