Treating Open Skin Pores Step-by-Step

In this video, we're going to show you how to go about cleansing facial skin and closing open skin pores on oily skin. This video is brought to you by Mrs. Safa'i, hair and skin cosmetic care expert.


Greetings to all our viewers over at I'm Safa'i, skin expert from Noghre Negar Institute
In this tutorial, we are going to show you how a professional skin cleansing procedure is done to remove pores.

As a first step towards skin cleansing, diagnosing the skin type is of utmost importance. Today we are going to work on oily skin with pores. If you pay attention to my client's skin, you can notice that the skin is keratinous, it's got open pores, and also you can see blackhead pimples.

Our first step would be to clean the eyelids and the lips completely. Start cleaning the eyes from the outside. Any pollution must be removed from lower and upper eyelids. It's important to clean the eyes starting from the lower eyelids towards the upper eyelids. The reverse could help expand and deepen the wrinkles below the eyes.

Since my client has open pores and oily skin, we are going to use a cleansing gel. This will help remove the oil from the skin to an extent. Let's massage the face a little to help the gel clean the Epidermis. Now we are going to wipe the cleansing gel from the face. We should only work upwards on the face.

After removing the cleansing gel, we're going to apply a toner for oily skins. Let's apply the toner like this, keeping in mind to only work upwards. Toner will help remove pollution from the second skin layer, which is the Dermis layer. So a cleanser is important because it will clean the Epidermis and toner is more important because it will reach the Dermis layer to clean it.

After both the Dermis and Epidermis are completely clean, we are going to use a special skin scrub for oily skin. What we're using here is called a sand scrub. We're using this type of scrub to get rid of dead skin and keratinous cells. Skin scrubs benefit the skin in a few different ways. They will give the skin a clear look and remove keratinous cells, and help increase oxygen delivery to the skin. This is mainly due to the removal of the keratinous cells. After these cells are removed from Epidermis, new cells will surface and getting oxygen to these cells become easier. Hence, applying skin scrub is a crucial step. Since my client had a dim and oily skin, I used a facial sand scrub. This facial scrub must remain on the skin for three to five minutes and will be cleaned after a massage. Now let's start massaging the face for a while. Gently and with rotational movements. For ladies who had cosmetic nose operations done, must be careful when scrubbing the nose. Keep in mind that the product must not touch the area around the eyes. Those of you who use skin scrubs during spring or summer seasons must be very careful since the sun shines vertically during these seasons. This could cause skin spots if you don't apply the right sunscreen or use hats.

We've removed the scrub from the face. To wipe the scrub you must wash the face with water. and at this point, we're going to use a toner to remove the oil from the skin again. Start applying the toner from the bottom of the face upwards with gentle pressure. This is to make sure that the Epidermis and Dermis layers are completely clean. After applying the toner, we're going to pop the blackhead pimples.

Let's use a tire-Comedon to pop the blackheads. As you can see I'm using tire-comedon to remove the blackheads. It's very easy to do. If Whitehead pimples are in contact with oxygen, they will turn black and you'll have blackhead pimples. If those blackheads are not tended to, they can turn into moles. Moles must be removed using laser therapy.

The blackhead is now completely removed from the skin. If you don't pop these blackheads after applying the scrub, the sediments will stay on the Epidermis and Dermis layer and the skin will remain heavy. After removing the blackheads, the skin will look clearer, oxygen delivery will be easier and you'll have a better overall skin health. Although, after removing the blackheads you might experience redness or irritation for half a day or two days at maximum.

After facial cleansing, scrubbing the face and removing the comedon, we're going to use algae spray on the skin. This will help restore the lost minerals. You'll have to wait for the spray to dry off, so you can apply the mask. My client can use algae mask which is full of minerals or use an anti-pore mask. Here I'm going to use anti-pore mask.

After the spray is dry on the skin, we're going to use a skin oil control serum. Apply a few drops and massage briefly. This will help get the skin ready for applying the mask.

Now I'm applying the anti-pore mask. This type of mask must remain on the skin for twenty minutes. This is a very effective mask to remove pores. If skin pores remain open, the skin will absorb pollution, and also you'll see more whitehead and blackhead pimples. This mask will also help remove oil from the skin. and if you apply this mask two or three times a week you'll get a perfect result.

I should add that skin care and skin cleansing is crucial for everyone because every four weeks our skin restores itself and if you cleanse your skin professionally, you can help and improve the natural restoration process of the skin. Cover the face completely. You can even let this mask remain on your skin for more than twenty minutes at home. The mask is very effective and after applying it you will certainly notice the change.

Thank you for watching and I hope to meet you soon in our classes over at Noghre Negar Institute.

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