How to Get Rid of Acne Vulgaris Overnight Averr Aglow

How to Get Rid of Acne Vulgaris Overnight

You have tried it all. We get it, been there, done that. Over and repeatedly. Will this acne ever go away?! What am I missing?? I thought you would never ask! It is about time to make those overnight healing hours get to work for you. Get ready for sweet dreams, and to wake up to your smile in the mirror. Watch out for acne with the ugly name, Acne Vulgaris. Your days are numbered, or shall we say nights…..

What is Acne Vulgaris?

Acne vulgaris is simply the medical name for common acne - pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, papules, pustules, nodules, and cystic acne. The most common spots for breakouts are the face, chest, shoulders, and back. Acne affects 85–100% of people at some point in their lives, and it usually begins in the teen years. Acne can raise its ugly head into the 30s, 40s, and beyond.

What Causes Acne Vulgaris?

A breakout consists of acne-causing bacteria, oil (sebum) produced in your pores, and dead skin. Put simply, when your pores produce oil, it mixes with acne-causing bacteria making the pore sticky which then attracts dead skin. When these three mix together, it creates a clogged pore and that causes you to break out.

When this process happens, acne-causing bacteria feed off your oil and are enjoying their meal so much, that it keeps going, spreading to other pores and causing more breakouts. Thus begins a vicious cycle of trying to clear one breakout, only to fight another. Sound familiar?

So, to fix the issue, we need to remove the dead skin and adequately exfoliate. Exfoliating is part of the solution. We still need to address the excess oil the skin is producing, and the bad bacteria that feeds off it and spreads.

So if the problem starts with acne-causing bacteria feeding off the oil found in your skin then the best way to get rid of acne is to strip the oil off your face, right? That is what people are typically told. This works against you and makes the problem worse. Why? Stripping your skin of your naturally produced oil just causes your skin to feel starved, and then produce more oil to make up for the oil that has been stripped. And yes, this leads to an even oilier face.

What even causes oily skin in the first place? There is no easy way around this, lifestyle factors come into play. Certain foods and stress increase hormones in the body. When these hormones increase they turn on oil production in your pores. Then we start the chain reaction of oil, bacteria, and dead skin.  And there you have it folks, a clogged pore, acne vulgaris.

So what are we supposed to do? We just went over the cause of bacteria, oil, and dead skin. Now let’s talk about the solution, keeping in mind those three factors.

Tips for Getting Rid of Acne Overnight

Okay, so we know we need to target the bacteria, oil, and dead skin. Let’s do even better and provide nutrition and nourishment, radiant skin for the win! 

Our Clear Skin Kit is going to take care of all the above for you. 3 simple, yet powerful steps done at night.

Now to tackle the dead skin. This is where the cleansing process comes in. First, you spray with the inflammation-fighting Hydration Dew. Then, the Cleansing Nectar, our natural face cleanser, is applied to a cotton pad, allowing it to saturate to the other side. Next, buff your skin with both sides, whisking away dead skin, bacteria, and dirt. At the same time addressing oil production, as This daily facial cleanser contains Jojoba Oil, which perfectly mimics natural sebum production and thus helps balance the skin’s oil production, so not too much, and not too little. Then, you apply the overnight Clear Skin Elixir. That is it! You cannot find a better nighttime skincare routine to get you the results you are after! You will look forward to pampering your skin at night before getting your overnight rest, and your skin will thank you in the morning! You're welcome.

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