Skin Doc: No More Pores!

A lot of us suffer from oily skin and pores, regardless of whether we’re 12 or 62. I am no exception to that.

I’ve found that looking for a product that will dry up the oil in my T Zone but keep the rest of my face moisturised is a virtually impossible task. The different skin types on the different parts of my face has meant that, regardless of any product that I use, I never seem to look fresh-faced. In turn, my makeup doesn’t sit properly on my skin.

This is where Skin Doc is a miracle worker. There are many creams and gels in the Skin Doc face collection. I went for the T Zone Control ‘No More Pores Night Cream’. There is no strong smell to the cream and it’s light on the skin. It also absorbs super quick, meaning there is no need to worry about stains on the pillow when you awaken the next morning. 

I have noticed a change in my skin. Applying the product onto my T-Zone alone has allowed my cheeks to remain moisturised whilst the oil on my nose has dried up to almost nothing. I still feel incredibly moisturised and hydrated after I’ve woken. My skin is softer, it’s not as oily and my makeup sits comfortably on my face.

I’ve also seen a reduction in my pores. My deep pores now look shallower and my shallow pores have completely vanished! 

It’s been nice to find a cream that combats pores in the T-Zone but isn’t aimed at teenagers, it can be demoralising walking into the children’s skin care range to find oily face products. Finding a product on the market that works and has been specialised for adults gives you confidence that you aren’t alone in your struggle for healthy skin. I would highly recommend getting this cream if you’re in a constant battle with your oily skin.

The Skin Doc No More Pores is currently on sale for £13.95 on allbeauty.com and on amazon for £12.69. Grab it whilst the iron is hot (and the skin is oily).

Let us know what products you use on your skin? If you’ve ever suffered from oily skin, what’s worked for you?

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Brittany Guymer

Editor of the Student Wire | Studying PR and Journalism at Leeds Beckett | Lover of good music and all things quirky | Easily bribed with mini eggs

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