Large pores on the face are a very worrying things for many people. Large pores are resulting to blackheads and acne formation. Large pores can be clearly seen when you will apply make up on your face.
Previously treatment of large pores has been directed mainly towards other dry make ups to reduce skin oil production. These treatments will cure, but they are just temporary measures and do not change the structure of the skin in a way to reduce pore size forever.
What are the main Reasons Behind Pores?
Actually Pores on your face are minor holes out in the skin which works as the openings of oil secretors in the face. These secretory organ*, called sebaceous glands, form a small bag under the skin that develops natural skin oils called sebum. There are two basic reasons large pores, which is the expansion of oil gland opening on the skin:
Excess Skin Oil Production-People having oily skin have more oil in the production of their cells of sebaceous glands, oil producing glands below the skin. How much sebum or skin oil is produced, the oil gland expands and becomes distended.
Large pores on facial skin of young people are the most common facial areas where the biggest amount of oil glands happens, nose, forehead and chin. This area is often called T, and if you check you will find these areas have more skin oils than cheeks and eyelids.
Modern Laser Treatment
The laser treatment puts to work because new collagen is created, which supports the sebaceous glands and actually squeezes or constricts the pores even pore opening compress on the skin. This laser treatment called laser therapy and it consists of two step process:
Non-ablative Laser Treatment – In these process we have to use a 1540 or 1440 fragmental erbium Laser to treat facial skin. In this process your face will be colorful instantly after treatment for nearly one or two days.
You’ll need 3 treatments scheduled almost 3-4 weeks away. Treatments take about 30 mins and are carried on by our medical esthetician.
2940 Ablative fragmental Laser Treatment Your physician will do an extra treatment called Fractional Laser ablative resurfacing. This treatment is actually a laser skin peel off. Nevertheless Modern fractional laser is much softer than the older carbon dioxide laser technology in which your skin will peel and your skin will be red for 5-7 days.
It is good to use the fractional laser technology to build new collagen to compress the pores. We have already seen good results in skin surprisingly even at older age.