Saturday, April 11, 2015

Aveya Daily Facial Cleansing Pads for fresher skin #AveyaFacialPads

I wear makeup most every day so that means that I must clean my face really well every night before applying all my creams, serums and lotions.  The last thing I want is traces of makeup to block my pores or cause a dreaded breakout. I have tried a variety of washes and cleanses but I was interested to try a more comprehensive solution from Aveya. They recently launched a superb cleansing product in a facial pad formulation. These are idea for everyday cleansing or before a peel or masque. Aveya Daily Facial Cleansing Pads are definitely different and really get my face super clean without causing irritation. 

The company shared that Aveya Daily Facial Cleansing Pads can really support the skin to repair or even prevent problematic breakouts. They can help relieve acne issues which is good to know. We all get breakouts from time to time. Each container comes with a generous suppoly of 75 Pads. They are thick pads and I was surprised that one pad got all my makeup off. The solution provides a gentle exfoliation so you don't need to rub, just wipe gently. This is an easy and fast way to get my skin clean every day.

Aveya Daily Facial Cleansing Pads were created to help could unclog pores, fight existing blackheads and pimples, and even prevent new ones from forming. That makes me  feel more confident every night before I go to sleep and when I wake up with beautiful skin. These pads are a great option for exfoliation and cleansing or even if you are looking for something to help you with clearer skin.

I like that Aveya makes this product in the USA. I truly enjoy supporting US based businesses. This is a great option to try and with the 75 Pads you will have enough for more than 2 months of cleansing.

You can pick up Aveya Facial Cleansing Pads on Amazon for easy shopping anytime. 

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