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If you happen to be a Capricorn, wait no more: get some aventurine. And if you aren’t, it still may help. Crystals enthusiasts prize aventurine because they saw it has the ability to concentrate scattered energies. This means that when we feel confused, aventurine can help you regain balance. Aventurine’s most common color is the green, but it can also be found in blueish or brownish tones.

Holistic Uses of Aventurine
According to the lore surrounding it, aventurine is excellent for money and job-related issues. It strengthens personal balance and promotes concentration, while also fomenting serenity and inner peace. Aventurine works during the day with solar energy and at night, it uses the influence of the moon, accentuating your intuition and sensitivity. Some even say that it even helps with insomnia.
Because of this calming effect, it’s said that aventurine is also helpful for people who are under a lot of stress. Healing crystals enthusiasts also say that if you place it under your pillow, your body relaxes and captures energies that you cannot capture while awake Also, it is believed that if you sleep with this stone under your pillow your mind can open up to its innermost thoughts.

Skincare Uses of Aventurine
When applied to skin health, aventurine seems to promote the regeneration of collagen while also controlling skin inflammation and helping with inflammatory skin conditions like acne. Knowing about these properties, Kristals Cosmetics researchers developed the Aventurine Collagen Booster Mask, which helps the skin retain moisture while soothing and softening it.

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Kristals Cosmetics has unlocked the holistically healing power of gemstones to promote vibrant, radiant skin with a deep range of products, including creams, masks and serums. Kristals complements its gemstone-infused skincare products with leading-edge ingredients designed to pair perfectly with precious gems, including peptides, niacinamide and Vitamin C.