Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Exfoliating Facial Pads

Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Exfoliating Facial Pads

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There are few things I love more than exfoliation and there’s little that leaves your skin looking as radiant or feeling as new and youthful as a really good one. That being said, I’ve found over many, many years and using close to 100 different products that my skin responds far better to chemical and enzymatic exfoliators that it does to granular scrubs.

Nip+Fab has a very exciting product, which combines two of my favourite things – exfoliation and simplicity. These exfoliating pads help to retexturise the skin and encourage cell turnover with a few quick swipes. There are 60 pads in each tub, enough to last one to two months or more depending on how often you use them. Each fresh, lemon-scented pad is soaked in a formula containing everything your skin needs to feel smooth and look renewed: glycolic acid exfoliates and retexturises, hyaluronic acid hydrates and plumps, and blue daisy extract keeps skin soothed and calm.

Use them daily, twice daily or a just few times a week but remember that with glycolic acid the more consistently and frequently you use it the better the results. I like to use one every night after cleansing by sweeping it across my face (I concentrate on my t-zone and don’t apply much to my drier cheeks), neck and upper chest. It tingles ever so slightly, more so the first few times you use it, but as your skin’s cell renewal process becomes better you probably won’t feel a thing.

2 Comments

  1. Hi. Are these pads suitable for sensitive skin?
    Thank you

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    • Hi Jolene, my skin tends to be quite sensitive and reacts/stimulates easily but I quite enjoy using them as opposed to granular exfoliators. However, it all depends on your individual skin and you never know how it will react unless you try it. I would suggest if you do, that you use one pad on a very small area of your skin such as your jaw line and see how it reacts after an hour. If you have no adverse reactions, then proceed with caution and perhaps try them once or twice a week at first until your skin gets used to it.

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