1. Steam-clean nose pores
It’s simple, but it’s certainly got a good reputation for helping to clean nose pores, flushing out the oil and dead skin cells that can give them an enlarged appearance. As outlined by Vladmir Kucherov of healcure.org, all that you have to do is fill a basin with boiling water and lean over it with a towel draped over your head for 10 minutes, once a week.
2. Honey and tomatoes
Kucherov also suggests that simply by adding five drops of warm honey to two tablespoons of canned tomato juice before thoroughly mixing them, you can have a great toner to apply to open pores on the nose and any other areas of your face where they look especially prominent. Just remember to cleanse your face with warm water and soap prior to application, and to wash off the mixture with more warm water after leaving it on your face for 15 minutes.
3. Lemon juice, cucumber juice and rose water
According to the Naturalbeautytips.co blog, the natural enzymes found in lemon juice make it a great choice when you want to achieve tighter, firmer skin with less obvious nose pores. Not only does its acidity help to eliminate deep skin impurities, but it also contains Vitamin C that can make your skin appear lighter. This particular solution comprises one tablespoon of lemon juice, one cup of rose water and half a cup of cucumber juice, stirred together thoroughly before being applied to the skin.
Another tip from Naturalbeautytips.co: use yoghurt. Yes, this delicious dessert really can assist with the tightening of nose pores and the removal of the dead skin cells and excess oil that can contribute to your pores looking larger. It’s all thanks to the lactic acid that it contains. Just apply some fresh, unsweetened and unflavoured yoghurt to your skin and leave it on for 10 minutes before taking a bath.
5. Egg whites
As outlined in Stephanie Tourles’ book Organic Body Care Recipes, egg whites can be great for dramatically toning your skin and temporarily tightening ‘large’ pores on your nose. Combine a small amount of cold egg white with one teaspoon of cornstarch in a mixing bowl, beating until it’s frothy and not lumpy. Then dab a thin, even layer of the mixture over your nose and cheeks. Lie on your back and wait for the mask to dry completely – it should take about 20 minutes – before rinsing. Repeat one to two times a week as needed.