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The Best Pore Minimizer Product for Large Pores

Updated on June 21, 2012
The Best Pore Minimizer Product for Large Pores
The Best Pore Minimizer Product for Large Pores | Source

Women are often concerned about the appearance of large pores on their skin, and spend endless amounts of money to try to reduce their appearance.

The concern for women is that they fear their appearance isn't smooth, feminine, or refined enough if their pores are enlarged.

It is not uncommon for a woman to spend hundreds to thousands of dollars on high-end skin products, trying to find that perfect solution.

In this hub we discuss the best pore minimizer product for large pores -- a fairly priced product by Clinique that is also very effective.

How to Get Rid of Large Pores
How to Get Rid of Large Pores

Clinique's Pore Refining Solutions Instant Perfector is the best product to minimize pores. After repeating daily testing with five subjects, pores appeared 50% smaller. It is important to note that this product must be used on a regular basis to maintain the 50% reduction.

If you previously used Clinique's discontinued Heat-Activated Thermal Active Skin Refiner to reduce the size of your pores, then you will be satisfied with this product. Clinique's heat-activated product might have been discontinued because consumers were disturbed by the heating/stinging action of the lotion. But this product does not have that effect.

While Clinique's Pore Refining Solutions Instant Perfector is not an exact replacement for the discontinued product, it has similar results, so you will more than likely be very satisfied with the outcome of applying this product. Your skin will appear smoother, clearer, and brighter.

This is also the best pore minimizer product because it comes in two skin shades and also a clear formula. The two skin shades are "Invisible Light" (for women with light-medium skin coloration), and "Invisible Deep," (for women with tan or dark olive skin). If you are at a Clinique counter, you might be able to sample the shaded products to see if one is a match for you.

I recommend you stick to the clear formula, though, if you are buying the product online and don't want to deal with a possible return because one of the shaded formulas didn't work for you.

You can purchase this product for an affordable $18. It should last you at least a few months if used once a day.


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