Dilated porehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilated_pore
Dilated pore is a cutaneous condition characterized by a prominent, open comedo on the face or upper trunk of an individual.

Treatment ― OTC Drugs
Adapalene or tretinoin creams are available as an over-the-counter drug in some countries. Continuous use of the cream can prevent the development of enlarged pores. Laser therapy has little effect in most cases.
#Adapalene gel [Differin]
#Tretinoin cream
      References Quantitative assessment of the long-term efficacy and safety of a 1064-nm picosecond laser with fractionated microlens array in the treatment of enlarged pores in Asians: A case-control study 34233039 
      Fractional 1064‐nm picosecond laser appears to be effective and safe for reducing pore size in Asians with minimal transient side effects.
       Dilated Pore of Winer 30422562 
      A dilated pore of Winer, first described by Louis H. Winer in 1954, is a commonly occurring benign adnexal tumor of follicular differentiation. Although most commonly located on the head and neck, a dilated pore of Winer can also be found on the trunk of middle-aged and elderly individuals. These clinically present as an asymptomatic, solitary, enlarged pore with a keratin plug and normal surrounding skin. Prognosis is excellent for these lesions as they are benign and typically do not require any further testing or work-up.