How To Use Averr Aglow’s Luminous Clear Skin Kit Averr Aglow

How To Use Averr Aglow’s Luminous Clear Skin Kit

This unique clear skin product of over 40+ all-natural ingredients helps to clear up breakouts, blackheads, and blemishes EVEN if nothing else has worked before. 

If you’ve been struggling with sensitive acne/breakout-prone skin or rosacea, then you’ll be happy you found this complete routine. Specially crafted with the perfect blend of natural ingredients that help soothe and calm red, irritated skin while also clearing up breakouts.

Why the Luminous Clear Skin Kit Works

  1. Kills bad bacteria: We use a blend of some of the strongest known natural ingredients that have been proven to target and kill acne and rosacea-causing bacteria and inflammation. These ingredients are potent against bacteria but they do not strip your skin of the good bacteria that help fight off breakouts/acne and support your skin's natural defenses.
  2. Balances out oily skin: Our products have been specially blended to work together and balance out the oil on your face (sebum) to leave your skin feeling hydrated without looking or feeling oily dry and flaky. Leaving you with a perfect dewy glow.
  3. Gentle exfoliation: Dead skin cells are one of the main causes of acne/breakouts, our routine gently exfoliates your skin to remove pore-clogging dirt, grime, and dead skin cells. Leaving you with clean, refreshed, and clear-looking skin.
  4. Proper nutrients: Your skin is the largest organ you have and yet it’s the last organ to receive any nutrients from the food you eat. With this routine, we have selected some of the most nutrient-dense ingredients that provide what your skin needs to be healthy, clear, smooth, and glowing.

Luminous Clear Skin Tutorial

I'm going to share the morning routine and the luminous clear skin kit. Now the difference between the clear skin kit and the luminous clear sand kit is just one thing. Simply, it includes the luminous toner. So I'm going to share how you do the morning routine in the luminous kit with the toner. So first, you're gonna take the number one clarifying hydration due and the number two radiant cleansing nectar. First, you're gonna spray your face with a dew. About ten sprays, eight to ten.

You just wanna make sure your skin is nice and saturated, nice and wet to, use along with the number two cleanser. You're going to take a cotton pad with the cleanser, shake it up, open it up and turn it hold it, and turn it upside down onto the cotton pad. Do about four circles.

So that's enough to cover the face. You're gonna take the cotton pad, and now the side closest to the bottle you're gonna start with. You're gonna use both sides, but first, you're gonna use the side, and you're going to buff your skin to a nice rosy glow. Hit the jawline.

You'll see that you're pulling off a beige film onto the cotton pad. Now, this is dead skin and bad bacteria, so you don't need to rinse this off. The cotton pad pulls off the bad stuff, but what's wonderful about it is it deposits the good stuff on your skin to fight that acne-causing bacteria boosts collagen, and helps those skin cells heal, and rejuvenate.

So after you've thoroughly cleansed with the cotton pad and cleansed in, you next move on to the toner. Now there's black clay in this, and it's very mineral rich, but it settles to the bottom. It's rich in vitamin C. It helps with fine lines. It helps against those blackheads. It helps to ground the routine and kind of pull it all together. It is very, nutrient-dense and just helps the speed and up of the dark, spots and scars. So it just adds extra nutrition to the skin. So again, when you do it though, when it settles to the bottom, tap it into the palm of your hand like this.


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