Some liquid foundations and cream-based products may contain lubricants and pore-clogging ingredients, resulting in skin congestion.
Rich, heavy moisturizers can be too much for oily or acne-prone skin, causing the pores to become clogged.
Some silicone-based primers may capture oil and dirt, leading to breakouts, despite the fact that they create a smooth canvas for makeup application.
Certain sunscreens, particularly those containing heavy oils or fragrances, can obstruct the pores of acne-prone skin.
Although facial oils can be beneficial for some skin types, those with acne-prone skin should be cautious because certain oils can exacerbate blemishes.
These wipes may leave residue on the skin, leading to congested pores if they are not followed by a thorough cleansing.
While powder foundations can provide a matte texture, they may contain talc or other pore-clogging ingredients.
Concealers with a dense consistency may impede the skin's ability to breathe, leading to clogged pores.
Some hair products, such as hairsprays, gels, and pomades, can transfer onto the skin and cause breakouts along the hairline and temples.
Some fragrances can irritate and inflame the skin, which can contribute to clogged pores.