Think of this post as a love letter to you on how to properly purge clogged pores. No more using your index fingers to squeeze out icky dirt and oil that harbor deep beneath the surface, instead try a few of HueKnewIt’s go-to brands: Borghese, Freeman Beauty, Biore and BioRepublic for pore relief that works.
For some natural healing of your dirty pore problem, we suggest Borghese FANGO Purificante ($37, borghese.com) – a naturally-sourced clay that includes Natural acids and polyphenol-rich plant extracts to exfoliate, refine and minimize pores as well as clarify and even blemish-prone skin. It also contains cAlgal Earth helps smooth and resurface your skin.
Less Than $7
Listed here are the less-than-pricey pore fixer-uppers simply because of price – nothing over $7!
To purify and nourish your skin in one sitting, pick up Freeman Beauty Facial Clay Mask Avocado & Oatmeal ($3.99, freemanbeauty.com) – a deep-penetrating mask made of Vitamin E, Avocado and Oatmeal that easily removes dirt and oils from pores and leaves you with skin that feels soft and squeaky clean. Perfect for normal to combination skin.
Short on patience and time? Try Biore Charcoal Self-Heating One-Minute Mask ($6.99, ulta.com) – the quickie solution to melting away the sins of your pores. This thermal mask is infused with natural charcoal – the key ingredient that opens pores and draws dirt out. But the nicest payoff of the mask is the cooling sensation at the very end that leaves skin tingly smooth
Lastly is BioRepublic Cucumber Breeze Soothing Fiber Mask ($6.95, biorepublic.com), not exactly meant to purge clogged pores, but definitely worth mentioning. This brightening fiber face mask is infused with natural pomegranate and green tea extract to energize and smooth and skin is left looking radiant and fresh.
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