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Ger rid of large pores and welcome beautiful skin with RéVive Pore Correctif

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Summer is here, so that means lots of fun in the sun, but there are also lots of pores that appear on the skin. During summer time, pores tend to get clogged and become larger due to intense heat and excessive sebum (oily matter) secretion. Shiny skin and huge pores are very unattractive, especially during brighter, longer summer days. Infact, the average adult female has five million pores on her body. According to a recent research study that surveyed more than 2,000 adults, women have become increasingly concerned with the size of their pores. The results revealed very interesting facts:

  • 45% of women wish they could change the size of their pores
  • 28% of women are more concerned about their pore size than wrinkles
  • 19% of women edit or filter photos before posting to hide skin imperfections
  • 13% of women have avoided taking selfies because they are self-conscious of their pore size

People have become so obsessed and self-conscious about their pores that dermatologists are now coining the term “porexia.” This will most likely become a fast-growing trend; therefore, a must-try skincare product that boasts of the latest pore correcting technology is RéVive Pore Correctif.

RéVive Pore Correctif is a multi-action repair serum that reduces the size of existing pores and improves skin’s firmness and elasticity. What differentiates Pore Correctif from other products on the market is brand founder Dr. Gregory Bays Brown’s discovery of Pore Repair Complex, which is a blend of enzymes and amino acids that encourage aged skin cells to flatten when they reach skin’s surface. This technique mimics the way young, healthy cells operate in order to reduce the size of existing pores and restore a youthful expression.

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