Pore Refining Treatment

Large pores are a worrying problem for most people, commonly found in individuals having oily skin. This problem is usually caused by overactive sebaceous (oil) glands. As a result, the excess sebum extends up to the upper skin layer, causing a glossy look and unusually enlarged pores and leading up to the problem of comedones and inflammatory acnes.

Pores are tiny openings in your skin that release oil and sweat from your glands. Clogged pores can lead to acne. 

Enlarged pores have a big impact on women’s makeup because a thick foundation will be needed to give full coverage for the pores. In this case, if you are not a professional in makeup, your face will look as thick as a cake layer, neither beautiful nor natural.

Pore Refining treatment is able to fix the problem of large pores and minimize them, using the RF energy to activate the collagen and elastin function under the skin layer.

Once the skin is energized with the RF at the appropriate stimulating dose, more collagen and elastin will be produced by the skin, followed by tightened and smoother skin with smaller pores.

Appointment scheduling needs $50 deposit which it will use in your treatment session


Pore Refining Treatment


The client will receive :

90-minute to 2 hours treatment

including deep cleaning, enzyme, oxygen, hydration, LED light, microcurrent, lip, eye, and serum therapy(Such as human stem cell, anti-wrinkle, vitamin c-e-a, hyaluronic acid, brightening, arnica, …) using morpheus and Ultrasound device.

First-time clients will have a free home-care regimen for at least 15 days!

$25 – peel-off masque

$30 – dermaplaning

$100 – chemical peel


$1100: Package of 3
$2200: Package of 6

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Most frequent questions and answers

There are 3 major clinical causes of enlarged facial pores, namely high sebum excretion, decreased elasticity around pores, and increased hair follicle volume. In addition, chronic recurrent acne, sex hormones, and skin care regimen can affect pore size.

It is not possible to get rid of large pores, but there is a treatment to reduce their appearance.

To make matters worse, high glycemic foods also boost sebum production, the oily substance produced by sebaceous glands that can clog pores and cause acne. Some common foods that fall into this category include french fries, white bread, white rice, pastries, and potato chips.

Plenty of websites and blog posts claim you can use cold water to close your pores. While this can help soothe irritated skin, cold water won’t affect your actual pore size whatsoever.

As you grow older, your skin loses it elasticity, which causes your skin to stretch and sag, making pores appear larger. Your skin also thickens as you age, which causes miniscule skin cells to gather around your pores, making pores look bigger.