Visible pores



What do you notice ?

You noticed them when you were taking a closer look at your skin in the mirror! Hundreds of differently sized openings mainly visible in the famous T-zone (forehead, nose, chin). These famous enlarged pores can also gain ground and appear on the sides of the nose and the cheeks.

Did you know ?

Focus on pores

Pores, those hundreds of thousands of microscopic orifices on the face that allow the evacuation of the sweat produced by the sweat glands to help cool and protect the skin over time. Pores can become more visible in size.

What you should do

Choose smoothing skincare enriched with blurring polymers to blur visible pores and cleanse/remove make-up morning and evening with a cleanser suited to your skin type.

Before make-up, gently sweep an ice cube over the areas concerned to tighten the look of pores, and choose light and non-comedogenic make-up.

What you should avoid


  • Abrasive soap or dry products that can strip the skin of its natural oils.

Questions & Answers

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"Will this reduce the visibility of my pores without drying my skin ? Should I use it on my nose more than once a week ? (See products in Column E) "


Only the SkinCeuticals Equalizing Toner will help reduce the visibility of pores. None of the products should dry out your skin and all can be used all over the face.
Corinne, myDermacenter 31 years

The CC Cream has a universal tone that blends naturally into fair to medium skin.
Corinne, myDermacenter 31 years


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