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Glycolic Acid Pads - Uses and Review

JLawFan

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Glycolic Acid Pads are the new wave in the skin care world. Glycolic acid pads gave been around for a very long time now but they are just getting the recognition that they so deserved. I love glycolic acid peel and gycolic acid face wash but the process of applying them and getting them off was just too stressful for me and it was that time that i came about glycolic acid pads. I was surprised that such thing even exists and was even more surprised with the result i got from using them , it was almost better than an actual glycolic acid peel.

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Uses of Glycolic Acid Pads
  • It helps to exfoliate the skin
  • It helps to get rid of wrinkles
  • It reduces the appearance of scars and age spots
  • It reduces the appearance of fine lines
  • It helps to unclog the pores of the skin

Glycolic acid pads are a great addition to ones skin care routine and can easily be used with other beauty products.

Pros of Glycolic Acid Pads.
  • It is gentle on the skin.
  • It improves the skin texture and leaves the skin looking clean.
  • It leaves the skin feeling moisturized.

How to Use Glycolic Acid Pads
Glycolic acid pads are very easy to use and they should be used just like a normal skin toner. It is also very important to use it correctly to get the topmost result out of it. It is important to start up with a lower strength percentage like 15% and work your way up to 20% .
  • Wash Your face and get rid of all dirt and make up to allow better penetration of products.
  • Wipe your face dry of all moisture with a towel
  • Wipe the Pads across the face on the area being treated and avoid getting it into your eyes, nose or mouth.
  • Repeat the steps every evening and make sure to watch out for skin irritations.
  • Use the pads 3 times a week until you get the result you are looking for.
 
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