These Best Selling Glycolic Acid Pads Will Give You Clearer, Glowing Skin (And They’re Currently Better Than Half the Price on Amazon)
Whether your skin problem is acne, aging, or a dull complexion, products containing glycolic acid – a natural alpha hydroxy derived from foods like sugar cane – can help fight blemishes and minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Enter the glycolic acid buffers. For quick and easy exfoliation, Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Extreme Overnight Tampons can be easily slipped over your face for instant results.
Better yet, they’re now at 55% on Amazon. And if you’re already a fan, you’ll be happy to hear that the oversized edition that houses 100 blocks was also reduced by 50 percent. One pot of these powerful tampons should last you a long time.
Now at half the price, Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Extreme Night Pads are a great addition to your bathroom cabinet for clearer, glowing skin.
The pads, which now cost £ 8.52 for 80 or £ 11.50 for 100, are pre-saturated with acids, especially five percent glycolic which helps dissolve oil and sebum on the top layer of your skin.
They also gently exfoliate dead skin cells without the need for an abrasive scrub, helping to fade discoloration, acne scars, pigmentation, and fine lines. Glycolic acid is also a great ingredient for unclogging pores for clearer skin.
With a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars from over 2,200 reviews, the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Extreme Overnight Tampons are currently Amazon’s bestseller in the “Cleaning Wipes & Wipes” category. Buyers claim that tampons are incredibly helpful if you have issues with uneven skin texture.
KEY INGREDIENTS (ACIDS) EXPLANATION
- Five percent glycolic acid: Gently exfoliates skin and helps reduce facial discoloration eg acne scars, pigmentation.
- Salicylic acid: Penetrates and unclogs pores helping to fight blackheads and reduce blemishes.
- Lactic acid: Removes dead cells and toxins from the skin for a smoother, more even surface.
- Hyaluronic acid: Improves skin hydration and keeps skin soft and plumped.
“I have been using these towels for eight days now,” wrote one shopper in their 5-star review. “I have always had very problematic skin. Spots, open pores, tenderness, rosacea, you name it; I got it. So when I received them I didn’t follow the recommendation of frequency of use, instead I used them every night.
“My skin loves them. I haven’t had a single stain since, and all the ones I did have dried out quickly. My pores are smaller and although I still have clogged pores and a few blackheads, they are easy to remove now. ‘
They continued, “Best of all is how soft, supple and comfortable my skin is. No tightness, itching, burning that I usually get with rosacea. All gone. I use them in addition to the daytime towels in the morning.
Another noted how the pads helped minimize symptoms of chicken skin (aka keratosis pilaris). they wrote, “I actually use these wipes on my arms. I suffer from keratosis pilaris (chicken skin) and have found it to be a game changer!
“Within two weeks I noticed a huge reduction in the bumps and now my arms are almost completely free.”
The few negative reviews on Amazon are mainly related to the sensitivity of the skin. Still, there are less potent versions of the best-selling tampons, including the brand’s original. Glycolic Fix Cleansing Pads (Now £ 10.17) which are better suited for sensitive skin because they contain a lower percentage of glycolic (2.8 percent).
There are less potent versions of the best selling Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Extreme Night Pads (right) available on Amazon, which may be better for sensitive skin.
To use the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Extreme Overnight Tampons, the brand recommends “to wipe a tampon on the face, neck and décolleté after cleansing” and “to apply SPF protection in the morning”, because exfoliation makes the skin more sensitive to the sun.
Although it is suitable for all skin types, Nip + Fab recommends that you perform a patch test before the first application of the Extreme Night Pads.
The skin is delicate, so you may not necessarily need to exfoliate every day (usually once or twice a week should do the trick), especially if you have sensitive or rosacea-prone skin, because it can irritate you.
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