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Avarelle Acne Cover Patch Frontline Support -- 40 Clear Patches

Avarelle Acne Cover Patch Frontline Support
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Avarelle Acne Cover Patch Frontline Support -- 40 Clear Patches

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Avarelle Acne Cover Patch Frontline Support Description

  • Made With Aloe For Sensitive Skin
  • Protects Acne to Help Heal & Banish Blemishes
  • Extracts Impurities for Clearer Skin
  • Drug Free
  • Hydrocolloid Technology
  • Certified Vegan
  • Cruelty Free

Avarelle Acne Cover Patch Frontline Support

Frontline Support is lightweight and helps heal & banish blemishes. Fight irritation & speed up recovery with our advanced hydrocolloid technology. It helps reduce the size of your blemish or even sucks the gunk right out of it! They pair perfectly with Frontline Essential to cover smaller, exposed pimples or simply use it on its own. Recommended for mask-acne.


A Natural Coolant & Blemish Reducer

Not only are our patches both gentle and lightweight, but they make for minimal irritation while keeping you cool and refreshed when applied. Made with aloe oil for those with sensitive skin, these patches are specially formulated to combat acne and blemishes while also keeping the patch area cool. The cooling properties of the aloe plant help to reduce redness, infection, irritation, and rashes while also serving as moisturizer for your skin due to its plant based nature.


Made With Aloe For Sensitive Skin

Our advanced hydrocolloid dressing is infused with aloe oil to soothe inflammation while fighting acne. Safe for sensitive skin.


Blends In With All Skin Tones

Avarelle Acne Patches are designed to blend in with all skin tones and provide coverage to protect blemishes or dark scars. Why not go incognito while fighting off your pimples?


Easy Peel Patch Design

Look for the perforated line placed in the center of each patch. Rip the film (exposing half of the sticker) to seamlessly remove the patch without wrinkles! Peel & place directly over your blemish.


Travel-Friendly Reusable Pouch

Carry your acne patches on-the-go! Now you'll always be prepared for any unexpected pimples that pop up. Our pouch is designed thin, light and compact for easy storage while you're on the move.


Minimum 6 hours

» Clean and dry the affected area.

» Remove the film and apply to blemish.

» Leave on for at least 6 hours and up to 10 hours. Can leave on overnight. Replace as necessary.

Free Of
Animal ingredients, animal testing, drug, parabens, SLS and silicone.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Hydrocolloid (hydrogenated styrene/butadiene copolymer, cellulose gum, sodium carboxymethyl starch), aloe oil.

Caution: For external use only. Stop use and consult a doctor if skin irritation occurs.

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Are You Overdoing It With Skin Care?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]If, all of a sudden, your skin has become blotchy, bumpy, broken out or dry, it’s possible that you’re overdoing it with skincare products. While you might think “more is better” for benefits, the reality is that too much skin care can have negative effects on your complexion. Applying products too often, using too many topicals at once or combining products that don’t work well together can all wreak havoc on healthy skin.

Woman Taking Beauty Product From Bathroom Cabinet to Represent Concept of How Much Skincare is Too Much |

How much skincare is too much?

We’ve all been there. It’s hard to resist trying exciting new skincare products, or doubling (or tripling!) up thinking more is going to get us better results. But when you use an array of  products together, you may experience skin irritation, acne flare-ups, peeling, redness, discoloration or even dark spots. Experts advise creating a skincare routine that’s simple. “The basics of skin care include three steps: cleanse, protect and then restore, repair and treat, if needed,” notes board-certified dermatologist Dr. Erum N. Ilyas, MD, MBE, FAAD and founder and CEO of AmberNoon. “One of the most frustrating things I come across when reviewing patient skincare routines is to discover that they are using multiple products with the exact same active ingredients.” Besides wasting money and causing potential skin issues, overuse of skincare products can lead to disappointment and frustration. We expect to see the advertised results, especially if we’re doing what labels recommend by applying products at certain times of the day or using them a certain number of days per week.

Which areas are most affected by overuse of product?

It’s not surprising that the thinnest-skinned areas of the face (such as under the eyes) and neck, along with skin folds, tend to be the most susceptible to effects of using too much product. Folds are areas where two skin surfaces touch, such as around the eyes, the mouth and neck. When excess amounts of product with active ingredients that are drying are used, irritation and inflammation occur. “Alternatively, a hydrating product that is applied in excess runs the risk of accumulating in the pores and triggering comedonal acne or milia,” she says. Milia are small white bumps or cysts that appear under the skin’s surface. It’s always wise to apply product evenly across the skin’s surface, taking care to not allow excess amounts to settle into thinner areas or folds.

What skincare products are best to use, and when?

Normal skin

For starters, everyone should be using a daily moisturizer, preferably one with an SPF of 30, applying about a dime-size amount (about a half of a teaspoon) of product to your clean, fresh face in the morning. Additionally, a nighttime moisturizer that delivers hydrating ingredients, such as hyaluronic acid or vitamin E, and protective/healing ingredients, such as vitamin C, is ideal. At night, you also might apply a targeted serum or treatment that addresses your particular skincare needs (such as dark spots). Such treatments should be applied before your nighttime moisturizer for best results. In general, product applied in the morning is intended to protect your skin from environmental stressors such as UV light, pollution and humidity. Evening products are designed to repair skin from the damage incurred during the day while you sleep at night. For example, vitamin C is likely better suited for daytime use to protect skin from pigmentation risk from UV or blue light exposure, while retinol may best be used overnight to repair cellular damage.

Oily or acne-prone skin

If you have oily or acne-prone skin, you might use salicylic acid products as an all-over treatment (as opposed to a targeted spot treatment) when there’s an active breakout or acne present. “In terms of dosing skin care, once daily for salicylic acid products that stay on the skin or up to twice daily for salicylic acid based cleansers should be relatively well tolerated for oily skin types,” Ilyas advises. Salicylic acid may be an ingredient in moisturizers, too, but use caution, given potential for irritation, peeling or flaking. Salicylic acid also might be used on occasion by those with normal skin to help with exfoliation and unclogging pores. It works as a “keratolytic,” meaning it breaks apart dead skin cells so they can be washed away rather than left on the skin’s surface to accumulate. For all other types of skin, salicylic acid should be used sparingly, if at all. Those with “sensitive skin, thin skin from aging, rosacea-prone skin…will find that the thinnest skinned areas (such as around the eyes, creases around the mouth and on the neck) will become irritated over time” with use of salicylic acid, Ilyas says.

Aging skin

Besides daily and nightly moisturizers and targeted serums (as noted above), retinol is commonly used for anti-aging benefits. Retinol works by targeting specific cell receptors regulating gene expression to increase the rate of cell turnover, increase collagen production and decrease the rate at which collagen is broken down. If you’re new to using retinol, start with application every other night, then increase use as tolerated. Some moisturizers are enhanced with retinoids, allowing you to save a step with a single multi-purpose product.

How often to use skincare products for best results

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