How To Use Averr Aglow's Clarifying Hydration Dew Averr Aglow

How To Use Averr Aglow's Clarifying Hydration Dew

Crafted from a harmonious fusion of freshly pressed rose petal and cucumber waters, complemented by more than 12 botanical extracts, our hydrating formula delivers a soothing and refreshing experience. This exceptional blend is designed to alleviate irritation and redness while restoring balance to oily skin. Not only does it leave your skin revitalized, but it also supports a healthy microbiome for a smoother, clearer complexion. Additionally, it primes your skin for optimal results when used alongside our Radiant Cleansing Nectar. Together, these products synergize to unveil clear, smooth, and radiant skin that you'll love flaunting. 

Why the Clarifying Hydration Dew Works

  1. Reduces Inflammation: With the perfect combination of rose petal and cucumber water, this hydration dew is quick to help soothe and calm red, irritated, and inflamed skin. 
  2. Balances Oil: We discovered that blending rosewater with saw palmetto extract together, worked wonders in helping regulate and balance out your skin's oil production while also providing hydration. Perfect to help those with dry, oily, or combo skin.
  3. Proper Nutrition: With the unique blend of the 12 extracts matched with the botanical waters we use, the Clarifying Hydration Dew is like a vitamin for your skin. It is necessary to give it the nutrition to help your skin stay hydrated with a fresh, dewy glow all day.

Clarifying Hydration Dew Tutorial

This face mist prepares the skin to absorb nutrients. A must-have for your skincare routine!

The first step in the morning routine is our cleansing system. Now, to do the cleansing system, you're going to be using two products—first, the clarifying hydration dew and the radiant cleansing nectar. Now, the dew is used first.

This is a lovely blend of extracts including rose water that help with inflammation in the skin and are going to help you get the best results from the cleanser, using them together. There are a lot of oils in the radiant cleansing nectar, which helps break down those oils so that they assimilate into the pores better. Now, what you do is you're going to take this first and spray the face with eight to ten sprays. You want the skin pretty wet because you want to make sure that you have enough moisture on the in to break down what's in this cleanser. After all, the more that you can get it to break in, the better it's going to go behind the scenes, work on those breakouts, and help you with those results of clearing up your skin.

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