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Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Exfoliating Facial Pads x60 £5.00 at Superdrug

£5.00 @ Superdrug
Free delivery for H&B card holders It works with Versace offer - buy any two products to receive free Versace 5ml sample I have been using those for a while after reading very good reviews and I d… Read More
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3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago
Free delivery for H&B card holders
It works with Versace offer - buy any two products to receive free Versace 5ml sample

I have been using those for a while after reading very good reviews and I do like it, it works for me.

Unveil younger-looking skin with Glycolic Fix. 60 radiance-boosting pads, soaked in exfoliating glycolic acid retexture + resurface skin whilst witch hazel helps to tone.
Benefits
This moisturising formula with hyaluronic acid + soothing blue daisy helps to reveal brighter + smoother looking skin.

Extreme Pads with higher concentration of Glycolic acid also on offer
http://www.superdrug.com/Skin/Face/Exfoliating-Cleansers/NipFab-Glycolic-Fix-Extreme-pads-80ml/p/523000
Elusia Avatar
3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago
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I use superdrugs naturally radiant glycolic pads.
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Same price on amazon if you have prime.
#3
supertramp7
Same price on amazon if you have prime.
Thanks good to know , I do have prime in fact.
However ATM I rather add one of superdrug hand creams for example and get Versace sample, got it previously and it smells nice :)
1 Like #4
snowflake75
I use superdrugs naturally radiant glycolic pads.
How do they compare to those?
I have never tried superdrug ones and I see they are also on offer now.
#5
Was thinking of buying this...but was a bit confused if they would suit dry and sensitive skin...some exfoliants can be harsh and have never tried this brand before... do u see any difference in your skin after using these?
#6
Elusia
snowflake75
I use superdrugs naturally radiant glycolic pads.
How do they compare to those?
I have never tried superdrug ones and I see they are also on offer now.


I recently purchased the glycolic pads and the glycolic peel after a friends recommendation. my skin is so soft and toned. it's only been 2 weeks but I can see a reduction in some scaring that I have. also my dry patches have disappeared. I highly recommend xx
1 Like #7
QMish
Was thinking of buying this...but was a bit confused if they would suit dry and sensitive skin...some exfoliants can be harsh and have never tried this brand before... do u see any difference in your skin after using these?
Those are the ones you need if you have dry and sensitive skin, those are mild.
Avoid extreme pads from the same brand.
And yes, there is a difference , skin is smoother
I use those every morning and evening great alternative to regular skin peels and scrubs.
#8
snowflake75
Elusia
snowflake75
I use superdrugs naturally radiant glycolic pads.
How do they compare to those?
I have never tried superdrug ones and I see they are also on offer now.
I recently purchased the glycolic pads and the glycolic peel after a friends recommendation. my skin is so soft and toned. it's only been 2 weeks but I can see a reduction in some scaring that I have. also my dry patches have disappeared. I highly recommend xx
Is the glycolic peel the one that u put overnight and wash it off in the morning?if yes Can you please tell if it's a gel type or cream and how does it feel? I was going to buy it but then thought how would I sleep if I know I have something on my face all night long...is it like a mask?
I have tried the naturally radiant hot cloth cleanser n really like it..
#9
Elusia
QMish
Was thinking of buying this...but was a bit confused if they would suit dry and sensitive skin...some exfoliants can be harsh and have never tried this brand before... do u see any difference in your skin after using these?
Those are the ones you need if you have dry and sensitive skin, those are mild.
Avoid extreme pads from the same brand.
And yes, there is a difference , skin is smoother
I use those every morning and evening great alternative to regular skin peels and scrubs.
I've just gone through dere products and I see they also do travel size in these pads...will definitely try thanks alot :)
#10
QMish
snowflake75
Elusia
snowflake75
I use superdrugs naturally radiant glycolic pads.
How do they compare to those?
I have never tried superdrug ones and I see they are also on offer now.
I recently purchased the glycolic pads and the glycolic peel after a friends recommendation. my skin is so soft and toned. it's only been 2 weeks but I can see a reduction in some scaring that I have. also my dry patches have disappeared. I highly recommend xx
Is the glycolic peel the one that u put overnight and wash it off in the morning?if yes Can you please tell if it's a gel type or cream and how does it feel? I was going to buy it but then thought how would I sleep if I know I have something on my face all night long...is it like a mask?
I have tried the naturally radiant hot cloth cleanser n really like it..
There are different types of Glycolic peels, I myself never used superdrug one however overall I find them to harsh for my sensitive skin, weird tingling sensation even burning.
I use Elemis papaya enzyme peel instead, difference is the enzyme instead of acid applied only for short while and no weird sensation.
It may not be as effective as glycolic acid but used along the Glycolic pads does the job, and for my skin is better option than harsh Glycolic peels.
Downside is the price, but used once per week it lasts for long.
#11
Oh God really!...Then I think I would rather stay away from Peels! Yes Elemis is pricey but I'm sure it must be really good as all dere products are....I do use dermalogica products and they are also pricey but I've seen that they last me for a year or more even...as you have to literally use pea size.. so the expensive ones do last a longer time! Will keep Elemis in mind if decide u use one.. :)

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