Brighter, smoother, more flawless skin. We all wants it.
At least I do.
My skin is dry and pretty dull without makeup so I’m always looking for the next best thing to give me make up optional skin. Is that even possible? Prob not ha!
Currently my HG (holy grail) skincare regime is the Philosophy Miracle Worker Collection but being the fickle little beauty junkie I am I was searching around for other options. I ended up making myself a little Avon wish list of products that look interesting to try out plus they have a far cheaper price tag than the Miracle Work products so if you’re on a budget this might take the place of some of Philosophy’s pricer options!
Avon ANEW Clinical Advanced Dermabrasion System $20
Users showed improved skin texture, clarity & tone. Apply to clean, wet skin. Starting with Level 1, use 2–3 times a week for 2 weeks before proceeding to the next level. After completing all 4 levels (8 weeks) stop using for 2 to 3 weeks and then start over at Level 1.
Avon ANEW Clinical Advanced Retexturizing Peel $20
Now, in 1 easy step! See results superior to a professional 35% glycolic peel.* At home. No appointment necessary. The advanced exfoliator safely retexturizes and resurfaces skin. Formulated with soothing botanicals, it helps nourish and calm skin. Peels away dullness and visible age damage so healthier skin cells can surface.
Avon ANEW Clinical Luminosity Pro Brightening Serum $44
Our first topical serum with injectable-grade skin brightener for an at-home option to a dermatologist laser! Instantly makes your skin look brighter and more even toned.
Granted I won’t believe any of these claims until I try ’em myself but the retexturing peel is a rather nice little price tag compared to my $70 Philosophy Miracle Worker pads. And hey all the claims of easing my dullness, making my skin look brighter, and more flawless, well, that’s just the icing on my skincare cake!
What do you think?
Is cheaper skincare the way to go?
Tried any of these Allure favorites from Avon?
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