About Open Pores Procedure

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What is Open Pores?

As a dermatologist, we often get patients who come looking for cure of open pores that impact their looks and confidence. Intrestingly, we haven’t come across any reference of open pores as a disease in our standard text books.Open pores give irregular and dull look to your face because the light rays are reflected unevenly from irregular surface of skin with open pores. This article will help you undersatnd what can be done to close open pores at your end; so read on!
How can I close enlarged pores?
Oily/Combination skin type have open pores because of unchecked oil secretions. So, all you need to do is work towards skin care regime to reduce oil secretions. Here are a few suggestions:

Face wash: Use transparent cleansers meant for oily skin that leaves your skin neither oily nor over dry after washing. Avoid overzealous and frequent washing of face (more than three times a day) because this can lead to oil rebound.
Moisturizer: You should prefer serums or lotions over thicker creams that can clog your pores further.
Scrubbing: This can help in removing dead skin cells that clog your pores. Use gentle micro-beads based scrubs rather than apricot based scrubs (which can lead to micro trauma of the skin) once in a week.
Face pack: Clay or mud based face packs when used once or twice in a week can help in reducing the oil secretion.
Make-up: Prefer thin or liquid foundation (that spreads easily) to cream or stick ones. Don’t try to hide your open pores with daily make-up rather restrict the same to important occasions and finally do not forget to remove your make-up before sleeping.

While the size of our pores is largely determined by genetics, some pores tend to be bigger than others because of the size of the hair follicle and oil gland. Poor hygiene and the resulting dirt, oil and dead skin cells that often build up can also make pores look bigger.

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Frequently Asked Question

What is Venous Disease

"How common are varicose veins?" Vein disease is ten times more common than peripheral arterial disease. An estimated 27% of the adult population in the United States has some sort of vein disease of the legs. It is estimated that in America, 72% of women and 42% of men will develop varicose veins by the age of 65. Vein problems become more prevelant with age and can progress to the point of being disabling.The most common problems involving the venous system of the legs include varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency and deep vein thrombosis (deep vein clots).

What causes varicose veins?"

Varicose veins could occur in isolation or can result from associated venous reflux disease. Venous reflux disease occurs in 10% of patients with varicose veins. However, it is important when treating varicose veins to determine if the patient has venous reflux disease.

"What is venous reflux disease, and what is venous insufficiency?"

Leg veins have one-way valves throughout their lengths, extending from the ankles to the groins. These valves prevent blood from flowing backwards as it moves up the legs. Venous reflux, also known as venous insufficiency, occurs when these vein valves leak.

"Is treatment painful, and will I have to be admitted to the hospital?"

Treatment is an outpatient procedure, performed in about an hour in the office. You will be able to return to normal activities the same day.

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