First Aid Beauty
Facial Radiance Pads
It’s hard to believe but I’ve seen results just after a few uses! These pads contain lactic and glycolic acids to exfoliate the skin for a brighter and smoother complexion. I cut each pad in half and use twice a day A.M. and P.M. after I clean my face (I feel that a whole pad is too much and leaves my face too wet). I noticed that my skin has been getting fewer and fewer breakouts and when I do get them, they are not as severe as before and seem to go away quickly. I love it! One thing, though, I wish these smelled a little better!
I actually have a full-size stick of this and it’s one of my favorite highlighters to date! So easy to use, just twist it up, apply where I need and blend out gently. It has a cream-to-powder formula and applies a beautiful shimmery pale champagne on the skin. The texture is very smooth and creamy and unlike many reviews, I actually do find that it blends easily! With just a few swipes with my ring finger, I can blend it out to a super natural finish with little to no effort. The after-effect is really flattering on my skin. :)
Baking Powder Cleansing Foam Moist
This cleanser is formulated with Baking Powder to “penetrate and cleanse deep within pores”, however, I can’t say I have seen promising results after almost 3 weeks of use (I only use it once a day in the morning). It has a thick and creamy formula that lathers well. My skins does feel extremely clean afterwards albeit the slight stripping sensation. It has a nice, refreshing citrus scent that is not overpowering. It is a decent cleanser but I just haven’t noticed any improvements on the look of my pores or blackheads at all.
First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads:
US$14 at Sephora
Benefit Watt’s Up!:
US$30 at Sephora
Etude House Baking Powder Cleansing Foam Moist:
US$10 at Amazon