What attracted me to the range was the glycolic acid ingredients, which are well known to gently exfoliate the dead skin cells away and leave your skin looking fresh. It's also said to be amazing for fading acne scarring which I suffer from.
The Glycolic Fix Pads replace my second cleanse once or twice a week, I don't want to over do it with the glycolic acid, as it can be slightly drying, so this is why I restrict it. The pads remind me of the Clearasil pads I used to use as a teenager, they are circle discs, which have a woven texture. I smooth one over the skin, avoiding my eye area and then move onto serums or moisturisers. They keep those pesky under the skin spots at bay.
The Glycolic Fix Mask is a clear gel, which doesn't quite set on me, it stays a little sticky as you wait for it to work it's magic. I apply this once every two weeks, normally around the time of a breakout to get rid of the grime and dead skin cells, which create spots. It works wonders for me, I can see a slight reduction in the scaring and my skin looks less dull. There are two things that might put people off this product, the smell and the tingling sensation, both of which I don't mind too much. The smell is like acidy fruit and the mask causes a slight tingling sensation when it is first applied, so it might not be ideal for sensitive skin.
Overall, I'm impressed with these two products I have tried, I'd like to get my hands on the rest of the range. They have improved my complexion and help prevent breakouts, something I would repurchase!
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