I have had these on my wishlist for the longest time so when I placed a slightly big order with Feel Unique last month I knew I wanted to try these First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads. I had heard nothing but amazing things about these but I must admit, I haven't been all that impressed with them and feel like I have wasted £12 when I could have just purchased a high street alternative and they would have done a better job.
The First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads are available in two difference sizes of 28 pads and 60, I went for the smaller size. These pads contain the perfect amount of lactic and glycol acids to make them safe yet effective to be used on a daily basis. They are free from parabens, harsh chemicals and colourants and can be used on all skin types even the most sensitive skin. These pads claim to diminish the appearance of fine lines, reduce visible pores while improving the skins clarity.
They way people talk about these pads makes them sound life changing when personally I found the ones I had from Nip+Fab to do exactly the same thing at a faction of the price. I used these pads as part of my morning skincare routine every day for around three weeks and in all honesty, I haven't noticed that much of an improvement in my skin. I have since stopped using them and my skin is still exactly the same so I am so happy I didn't purchase the 60 pad tub now! While they are great to use in the morning to add a little more exfoliation into your skincare routine they just aren't life changing.
The one thing I did notice from using these pads that my skin had more clarity in my forehead and cheeks but that was about it. It didn't do anything for my pores and they are pretty visible which is the main reason why I purchased these and they didn't make my skin any brighter. As these are exfoliating I expected them to make the skin softer but again, nothing. I really didn't want to give these a negative review but they just didn't do anything that great for my skin. I definitely won't be purchasing these again but I do want to try out some other skincare products from First Aid Beauty as I have heard really good things so if you have any product recommendations please let me know what I should try next!
Have you tried these? What did you think of them?