This is where the Botox helps, too. Yes, it is usually used to soften facial expression lines by dampening the muscles that pull those expressions. There aren’t any muscles around the pores; muscles lie deeper beneath the fat that is under the skin. But there’s another, more superficial way of injecting Botox just under the surface of the skin, which is the way it is used to treat hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating. That is usually done in the armpits, but it can also be done on overly sweaty foreheads; it also blocks the nerve signals that tell the sweat glands to sweat. This is an effect that has been observed and studied by other doctors, who have confirmed that Botox reduces sebum production by around 30 per cent, which can reduce the appearance of pores by around 18 per cent; though no one has quite worked out exactly how it works. For maintenance we recommend ZO Ossential Instant Pore Refiner, £60.
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