Wow, the temperature is getting hotter and hotter! I love to stay up late to watch movies, read books, play games, and surf the internet, but one consequence to staying up late is getting acne! TT~
Today’s tutorial will feature the basic spot treatment set available at Liliesshop:
Cost for the entire set: $39.99
Cost if purchased separately: $58.40
*You save a lot buy purchasing the set instead of each item separately ^^~
What do you do when you have a pimple, acne scars, or trouble:
2. BEFORE applying moisturizer, make-up, and/or sunscreen, open your Lioele A.C. Control Scar Zero Cream and mix a small amount of the cream with your moisturizer and apply it over the troubled area. If there is only a small amount acne scars, you could apply the Scar Zero cream to only those places and apply moisturizer (without mixing) to the rest of your face.
*Note: This product is effective for those with blemishes from pimples. It helps lighten up scars if used with long-term commitment
3. Once you have applied your moisturizer and A.C. Scar Zero cream, apply your make-up however you wish. If you plan to apply concealer, foundation, or blush, avoid the areas around your acne. Now open the package of Lioele A.C. Control Trouble Patch. You will see that each round patch comes in small strips. Carefully remove one patch at a time and apply it over each of your pimples separately. Now you are ready to go out!
*Note: The patches block pollution and contains tea tree oil and salicyclic acid. Leave it on for 8~10 hours and remove
2. Once you are finished, apply moisturizer AROUND your acne and then open your bottle of A.C. Zero Night Spot Trouble Hunter. Make sure it has not been mixed (all the pinkish powdery contents should be at the bottom and the translucent liquid on top). Using a Q-Tip Cotton Swab, dip into the Trouble Hunter and apply the powder onto your troubled areas. Leave it on overnight and wash off the next morning
Follow these daytime + nighttime routines for beautiful skin ^^~
Thank you for reading! We hope you enjoyed our tutorial