Pore Minimizer

Way back when, someone wrote to me asking how to minimize pores.

Now, for those of you without a HUGE PORE situation, this may sound like
the most petty of concerns ever. Who cares about the size of your pores, you may ask, as you reach for your second dessert of the night and wonder off-handedly why your pants feel so loose. Because you’re that kind of person, aren’t you? You’re that effortlessly cute guy or gal who never has to worry about LARGE PORES. And I bless you. You are excused. Go have another Dove Bar.

PeaceBang once had a smooth face, and has found it quite disconcerting lately to note that her complexion occasionally resembles the exterior of an orange. PeaceBang loves oranges! Oranges are beautiful creatures! But I like to eat them, not see them when I look in the mirror. When I see mondo pores, I just feel much older than I should. I’m not ready for big pores. My mother has big pores.

So I did some investigating of the matter and found this excellent, but expensive product, Dermadoctor Pictore Perfect Pore Minimizing Solution. dermadoctor.jpg

It really works. It is not a pleasant, pretty-smelling product, but it works. You apply it to clean skin — and here’s an important detail — you have to leave it on all day or night to really see a difference. I wore it one night and saw an amazing difference in the morning, but I also had puffy eyelids. This stuff is no messin’ around! The good news is that as soon as I washed my face, the puff went away and I still had nice pores.

So there you have it, darlings. PeaceBang has once again ventured out into the Product Jungle on your behalf and brought you back a catch.

Enjoy, and let me know what works for you.

2 Replies to “Pore Minimizer”

  1. PeaceBang, love your blog, but I want to ask you to consider that some of the ingredients in this product are exceptionally un-lovely – in particular, all those parabens, which are great preservatives, but are also xenoestrogens – that is, our bodies recognize them as estrogen and act accordingly – for women, that puts us at risk for breast cancer (and some of us have already been down that road, thank you), and, for men, it can really do damage to the ol’ swim team, if you know what I mean.

  2. Karen, uh-oh!

    But, I mean, this isn’t a product you’d use but once in awhile. At least I do. So I’d say that the risk is pretty small. Even so, what you say is scary and good to know, and I certainly won’t replenish my supply when it’s gone.

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