Hi there! Happy Sunday! Today’s post is my weekly blog recap. Read on if you’d like to know what I’ve written about this past week. ☺️
Monday 3 Jun – May Empties
Monday’s post was about all the products I emptied in May. Click here to read it.
Tuesday 4 Jun – Nail Of The Day
Wednesday 5 Jun – Garnier Skin Active Matcha + Kaolin Mask
On Tuesday I showed you a mani I did recently. Click here to read the post.
Wednesday’s post was a face mask review. Click here to read it.
Thursday 6 Jun – The Battle Of The Glycolic Acid Pads
Thursday’s post was a product comparison. Click here to read it.
Friday 7 Jun – Nivea Free Time, Nivea Harmony Time
And on Friday I reviewed 2 shower creams. Click here to read the post.
This is it for this week. Thanks for stopping by! 😘 By the way, next week is going to be Nail Week, so I’ll be posting about manis only.
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is a product comparison. Not too long ago I purchased Superdrug‘s Naturally Radiant Glycolic Acid Daily Cleansing Pads and Superdrug‘s B. Soft Multi Acid Retexturising Pads. It’s obvious these come from the same supplier, and the majority of the ingredients are identical. However, these products aren’t the same!
Superdrug‘s Naturally Radiant Glycolic Acid Daily Cleansing Pads are pretty awesome. They promise to awaken skin’s natural glow and to improve skin tone and texture.
I’m always using at least 1 brightening product, so it’s not always easy to determine which product does what. However, these cleansing pads are really something! I’m satisfied they maintained my skin’s brightness, and an improvement in my skin texture could be felt after a single use. In case you’re wondering, I used these 5 times a week (on the tub it says these can be used twice daily, but I didn’t want to over-exfoliate).
Superdrug‘s B. Soft Multi Acid Retexturising Pads do essentially the same thing. I have no doubt they work jus as well because the difference in ingredients is minimal. However, they don’t feel as powerful. I think there are 2 reasons for this:
1. the Naturally Radiant pads have a strong scent that matches the power of the product. The B. pads aren’t fragranced.
2. whilst the B. pads are moist, the Naturally Radiant pads are wet, so it feels like you’re getting more out of them.
All in all, these are great products, but the Naturally Radiant cleansing pads are the winners of The Battle Of The Glycolic Acid Cleansing Pads. I will repurchase the Naturally Radiant pads, no doubt! Superdrug‘s Naturally Radiant Glycolic Acid Daily Cleansing Pads and Superdrug‘s B. Soft Multi Acid Retexturising Pads are available in tubs with 60 pads each. They’re usually £5.99 each, but I paid £2.99 each (half price offer).
Mrs Strawberry Blonde