Shoppers Say This $13 Cleanser ‘Works Wonders’ to Shrink the Look of Pores

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Contrary to popular belief, there’s not much anyone can do change the actual size of their pores. That’s because genetics is the biggest indicator of how pores appear. If you’re bothered by large, dark pores the best place to start to make them less noticeable is clearing out the gunk behind them with an effective cleanser. Enter: ANUA Heartleaf Quercetinol Pore Deep Cleansing Foam ($13).

As the name suggests this Korean foaming cleanser contains two key ingredients: quercetinol and heartleaf extract. Quercetinol is a plant-based antioxidant known to calm inflammation. Heartleaf is a herb rich in amino and fatty acids that provides a soothing, yet deep, clean to rid skin of impurities. It’s also formulated with salicylic acid to exfoliate dead surface skin cells and ultra-hydrating hyaluronic acid to keep skin plump and glowy. According to the brand, it’s the perfect compliment to an oil cleanser for an ultra-effective double cleansing routine—the key to glass-like skin.

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Amazon shoppers are snagging this K-beauty cleanser in droves, according to Amazon’s Movers and Shakers rankings. (The definitive guide to what customers are buying most right now.) One reviewer said using the Heartleaf Quercetinol Pore Deep Cleansing Foam after oil cleansing “noticeably reduced… texture and pores after just one use!” A second called it a “game changer” for visibly improving large pores and blackheads. A third raved it “certainly lives up to hype.”

For a good pore-clearing cleanser, look no further than the ANUA Heartleaf Quercetinol Pore Deep Cleansing Foam. Shop it on Amazon now.

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