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Lacura Glycolic Pads 60-Pack £2.49 @ Aldi
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Lacura Glycolic Pads 60-Pack £2.49 @ Aldi

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Posted 16th Aug 2018Edited by:"cheztaz"
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I have found this a great alternative to Nib + Fab cleansing pads. Having trialled them for two weeks and within a few days could see a big difference in my skin. Skin looked and felt fresher, more toned, no breakouts, and fine lines appear reduced.

Bio: Get your skin looking and feeling its best when you stock up on this great value 60-pack of glycolic pads. These daily cleansing pads contain glycolic acid as a major ingredient, an effective cleanser renowned for its skin rejuvenating properties. Made from a powerful Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA) and fruit acid blend, these radiance boosting pads help retexture and resurface the skin to reveal a brighter and smoother complexion. Improve your skin's tone and texture with these specially formulated pads, which help to exfoliate away dead skin cells, leaving behind clear, smooth and soft skin.


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  • Improves skin tone and texture
  • Effective at re-surfacing the skin
  • Skin is clean, clearer, softer, smoother, brighter and more clarified

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I brought these yesterday from my local Aldi - they look great and half the price of the nip and fab ones!
Fab product and works, why spend £10+ on something similar that has a big brand sticker on it, when you can use these!!

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APAT912816/08/2018 14:47

I brought these yesterday from my local Aldi - they look great and half …I brought these yesterday from my local Aldi - they look great and half the price of the nip and fab ones!


I had to go and buy two more pots today - they are brilliant. Skin is so much better! Cannot believe the price - and my personal opinion is they work better than Nip + Fab - they seem to absorb into my skin a lot quicker.
Thanks for posting this deal OP! Got these last time they were in ALDi and loved them! Saw a real difference in my skin - going down to my local store later so will stock up!
Any idea of the % of glycol acid in them? Thanks
I got these months ago when they were on sale for £1.99 they aren't bad, not as moist ( ) as the nip + fab ones but they're not bad for the price
BargainBaptist8 m ago

Any idea of the % of glycol acid in them? Thanks


It doesn't say on the pot, sorry!
BargainBaptist16th Aug 2018

Any idea of the % of glycol acid in them? Thanks


Apparently according to Aldi, it is 2.8%
Are they stingy?
mjscrat116/08/2018 15:28

Are they stingy?


No not at all, I find them very soothing. I have quite sensitive skin and have to wear 'sensitive' everything make up wise lol.
If new to glycolic acid, they recommend using less than 5% - these are less, so you should be fine.
Edited by: "cheztaz" 16th Aug 2018
cheztaz16/08/2018 15:30

No not at all, I find them very soothing. I have quite sensitive skin and …No not at all, I find them very soothing. I have quite sensitive skin and have to wear 'sensitive' everything make up wise lol.If new to glycolic acid, they recommend using less than 5% - these are less, so you should be fine.


Cool, I have sensitive skin too...i'll pick some up next time I'm in Aldi.
Thanks
mjscrat13 m ago

Cool, I have sensitive skin too...i'll pick some up next time I'm in Aldi. …Cool, I have sensitive skin too...i'll pick some up next time I'm in Aldi. Thanks


No worries, if you have any concerns - google Glycolic and skin. I did that before buying the former Nip + Fab - now I will only stock up on these as cheaper, and work better for me
Edited by: "cheztaz" 16th Aug 2018
The Nip+Fab pads are supposedly useless. The glycolic acid has been buffered too much it's ineffectual.

Wonder if this is the same, anyone tell any difference?
Hmmm...the last time I used glycolic acid was in preparing the chemical additives which go into engine oil! Like anyone who's ever worked in the chemical industry, I'd advise people to NOT repeatedly put this on your skin, even if you to think it makes you look beautiful (which in truth, it doesn't)...
cheztaz2 h, 55 m ago

I had to go and buy two more pots today - they are brilliant. Skin is so …I had to go and buy two more pots today - they are brilliant. Skin is so much better! Cannot believe the price - and my personal opinion is they work better than Nip + Fab - they seem to absorb into my skin a lot quicker.


Thanks for the review cheztaz. Looking forward to see the results! Think I need to go and grab a couple more now
Got 4 tubs today - love the stuff!
My local store had sold out today! getting more in during the week.
I use all of the acids - Retin-A, Lactic Acid, even TCA and Jessner Peels (haven't done the latter for ages though). I even have a cheaper version of the Philips ReAura. So these Glycolic pads are just for me to keep skin clear. Pleased with them - asked my little niece to get me more with her pocket money for my birthday (her mum asked me what she should buy).

I do have Lactic Acid which says on the bottle, "keep on the skin as long as is tolerable". I think my skin is so bulletproof I could literally wear it for hours.

Of course I religiously use SPF during the day as well
Edited by: "louiselouise" 1st Sep 2018
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