Glucosamine, enzymes, and amino acids encourage cell regeneration for smoother surfaces of pores.
Out in May, this light moisturizer contains lentil-seed extract, which curbs oil and encourages collagen production.
The nylon in this velvety primer fills in pores for an instant but temporary effect, and plant extract rose ejitsu works to shrink them long-term.
This silky liquid with succinic acid tightens pores and also absorbs the oil that can magnify the tiny openings.
StriVectin’s star ingredient, the niacin-based NIA-114, works to counter the irritation that retinol can cause.
A lighter dose of retinol than prescription-strength Retin-A and a time-released formulation make this refining cream easier on sensitive skin.
This hyaluronic acid–based moisturizer plumps pore walls and soothes skin with lavender and willow bark extracts.
Cleaner pores are less visible pores. The bristles on this brush move in opposing directions to more effectively clean pores.
These mildly scrubby pads do double duty, contracting pores with lactic acid and pineapple enzymes while whisking away the dead skin cells that can get lodged inside.
Seaweed-based Alguronic acid and clay remove impurities to help prevent pores from getting clogged and stretched out.
A pore filler and light foundation in one, it’s a great quick fix for makeup minimalists.