Simply Clear Acne Treatment Skin Care Products Usage Guide
Follow these easy guidelines to effectively use your Simply Clear acne treatment skin care products from Aloette
Using the Simply Clear skin care products usage guide is the first step towards achieving clear, blemish-free skin. Simply Clear works to rid the skin of acne and leave you with a fresh, radiant complexion.
Simply Clear Skin Care Guideline 1: Cleanse
The first step to having blemish-free skin is to cleanse the complexion. Use Clarifying Facial Wash in the morning and at night to rid your skin of excess oil and dirt that causes clogged pores and shiny skin. The alpha and beta hydroxy acids work to gently cleanse your face, while the jojoba beads help to hydrate the skin.
Simply Clear Skin Care Guideline 2: Tone
Next, soothe and calm your skin with Clarifying Deep Action Toner. This toner works in two ways. It enriches the skin with essential vitamins A, C, and E which promotes the healing of blemished or irritated skin, and it also aids in the removal of excess oil.
Simply Clear Skin Care Guideline 3: Treat Blemishes
Rid your complexion of acne and blemishes by applying Acne Treatment Lotion to the areas you want treated. Remember a little goes a long way, so use a small amount and gently spread Acne Treatment Lotion to the infected area.
Simply Clear Skin Care Guideline 4: Moisturize
Even oily skin needs to stay hydrated, so make sure to keep your skin moisturized by using the Clarifying Moisture Balance. This moisturizer is lightweight and oil-free, so it will leave your skin soft and smooth without clogging pores and causing more breakouts.
Simply Clear Skin Care Guideline 5: Soothe Skin
If skin becomes red or sensitive, use a soothing cream like the Redness Reduction Calming Face Cream. A blend of gourd seed and spring water diminishes the inflammation that causes redness, then the non-steroidal, anti-inflammatory, Inflacin, helps to calm skin and reduce irritation.
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