How to Use Silver Powder

You have it, you’ve heard about it, but just how do you use it?


Here’s how to use Silver Powder—but a word of warning first, though: be careful when opening up the jar (especially if you’re wearing black!):
  1. Start with a clean face. Cleanse and exfoliate to help get rid of all the dirt, oil, and dead skin cell buildup. Make sure you focus on the T-zone—especially around the edges of your nose—so you can ensure that our Silver Powder will work even more effectively at absorbing all that pore-clogging gunk.

→ If you’re dry…use the Botanical Exfoliating Scrub.

→ If you’re oily… use the Kiwi Face Scrub.

→ If you’re broken out… no granular exfoliants for you! Instead, use our Glycolic Foaming Cleanser.

  1. Prep and apply the Silver Powder. This is the fun part because you’re essentially DIY-ing your mask. You can do it one of two ways:
    1. Dampen a cotton ball or pad with water and dip it into the powder. Then, press the product on your nose, chin, or wherever you’re seeing congestion.
    2. Scoop out some of the powder into the lid or a small dish. Add equal parts water to the powder and mix it together using a (clean) spatula/spoon until it turns into a paste. Then, apply it as you would a mask—again, on the nose, chin, and wherever else you see blackheads.
  2. Wait 8-10 minutes, or until the mixture is thoroughly dried. Wipe off using your favorite toner until all traces of the powder are gone.
  3. (Optional) Inspect results in mirror. You don’t have to, but you’ll want to. 😉

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