by Pat Howard
The Doctors: Big Pores Laser Treatment
Do you have huge pores on your face? One woman said her pores are “so big they look like
craters.” For a solution to this issue, The Doctors recruited Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, whose patient Amanda was ready to correct her oversized pores.
Dr. Lee used the dual pulsa Spectra Laser, which she explained is normally used for tattoo treatments. But she used a Carbon Lotion to target the pigment inside the pores.
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As Dr. Lee used the laser, you could see the lotion disappearing from Amanda’s face. She recommended a total of three to five treatments, with two to four weeks in between each one. The procedure is permanent, but over time your pores could enlarge due to age.
That seems like an easy treatment, though they sure didn’t mention the cost involved. Just in the moments after the lotion disappeared from her face, Amanda’s skin looked smooth and healthy.
The Drs TV: Large Pore Makeup Treatment
Makeup artist Liz Sender, of Warren Tricomi LA, explained that you can fight your Large Pores at home. She suggested starting with a Primer to create a smoother appearance.
Egg-Shaped Makeup Sponge
Next, she used an egg shaped sponge, because she said it applies Liquid Foundation more evenly. “It will help you reduce the larger pores,” she said.
The Doctors: Sonya Dakar Volcano Mask Review
You can also try a facial to help treat oversize pores. Mimi Dakar Berry of the Sonya Dakar Skin Clinic demonstrated a Volcano Mask that uses volcanic ask, silver ions, and probiotics to remove facial impurity and shrink pores.
Also, Mimi used a special Blue Light treatment to help her client shrink her pores. She recommended monthly treatments at your doctor’s office or aesthetician for ideal results. In between treatments, you can apply the mask at home.
Click here to try the Sonya Dakar Volcano Mask.
The Doctors: Thin Eyebrow Solutions
Dr. Travis Stork said that “basic aging or over-plucking” can lead to the common problem of Thinning Eyebrows. Rochelle said her mother always told her not to pluck her eyebrows. Now that she’s an adult, her brows have stopped growing back, and she has to draw them on.
Dr. Ken Williams is a hair restoration surgeon who diagnosed Rochelle with Hypotrichosis, meaning her hair isn’t growing back due to all that plucking.
The Doctors: Thin Eyebrow Hair Transplant
Dr. Ken Williams used a system called Neo Graft to take hair follicles from Rochelle’s scalp and transplant them into the eyebrows. He used about 400 medically enhanced follicles to give Rochelle’s eyebrows a full, healthy look that would blend in with her natural eyebrows.
These modern day hair transplants seem like a lot of detail oriented work, but if you really want the results, I guess it’s worth the trouble.
Thinning Eyebrows: Makeup Solution
Dr. Lisa Masterson went backstage to get another eyebrow solution. “The eyebrows are like the frames of the face,” she explained. Warren Tricomi makeup artist Kristie Streicher said you want to find the right product for your skin, as well as working with your face shape to get the best results.
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“The brows should start in a straight line from the corner of the nose to the corner of the eye, straight up,” Kristie said. “And then they should arch in a straight line, from the corner of the nose, just outside the pupil, straight up. And then they should come all the way down from the straight line to the nose, all the way out to the outside of the eye.”
Athena Karsant is a cosmetic tattoo artist, and she showed off how her eyebrow treatment solution works, to Tattoo Your Eyebrows on. She said that it is semi-permanent, like a typical tattoo, with results lasting up to three years.
Athena and Dr. Lisa cautioned that you select a reputable tattoo artist who follows proper safety procedures. For best results you should probably look for a cosmetic tattoo specialist near you, rather than a typical tattoo parlor.
Now we know multiple ways to tackle enlarged pores and the scourge of thinning eyebrows. Maybe one of these solutions will work for you.
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