Your pores are constantly exposed to dirt and grime, which is why it's essential to have them purified for a healthy, clear complexion. Below, we list down the all-stars of pore-purifying products:

1. Human Nature Balancing Facial Wash, P79.75, at Beauty Bar branches


You'll bid adieu to blackheads, zits, and shine with regualr use of this zesty, organic facial wash.

2. Yves Rocher Sebo Vegetal Cleansing Gel, at SM Southmall

The refreshing texture of this facial wash purifies the pores without leaving your skin dried up.

3. Pond's Leave-On Expert Clearing Gel, at department stores

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This affordable find zaps the pimple from its root within three days!

4. Mario Badescu Seaweed Cleansing Lotion, P950, at Rustan's branches

A non-drying, alcohol-free toner that contains witch hazel extract, a popular pimple-fighting ingredient, and seaweed to soothe inflamed skin.

5. Dermalogica Charcoal Masque, P2,650, at Rustan's branches

This special mask contains volcanic mud that sucks all the gunk out of your pores. It also contains brightening and collagen-building ingredients that shaves years off your face.

6. Origins Original Skin Retexturizing Mask with Rose Clay, at SM Makati and SM Megamall

This mask leaves your skin clear and glowing thanks to the jojoba beads gently lift off dead skin and the rose clay unclogs the deep-seated dirt in the pores.

7. Bobbi Brown Buffing Grains for the Face, at SM Megamall, SM Aura, and Rustan's branches

Add this Japanese adzuki bean powder mix to your favorite face cleanser to exfoliate your skin and boost skin repair and turnover.

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