Radical Skincare // Age-Defying Exfoliating Pads


I had been so excited over the Christmas season for these  Radical Skincare Exfoliating Pads to come. I only recently found out about the brand and after researching them a bit further I realised I had to give them a go, my skin at that time was bad - I had a rash that consisted of boils and cysts, I had scar marks from previous cysts and my face was severely oily and dry at the same time. 

I had tried so many products but nothing was working other than antiseptic creams which were drying out my skin even more so. Fast forward to today my skin has improved drastically and while I do still have pimples and some of the previous scars (red marks from previous pimples) I knew I could really focus on testing out skincare products once again. 

There is 60 exfoliating pads inside each pot, the packaging is gorgeous and has a luxury air about it. I've found in the past when using 'pad' products that as soon as you pull back the silver protective foils you're hit with a super strong antiseptic scent - with these you're not. 


The key ingredients are AHA (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) which is a super hyped ingredient for good reason. AHA's are used in glycolic peels but at a much stronger concentration of course, it works by sloughing away dead skin cells leaving fresh skin. 

When I first used them I expected them to initially sting the skin a little, leave it a bit dry and it soaked up the yuck but they did neither. They cleaned my skin, felt fresh and clean just as though I had washed with water and I did notice visible changes especially on the apples of my cheeks and my nose area. 

I'm still in my first test week so I'll be sure to update when I'm nearer finished. So far so good though and I'm impressed enough to recommend these to anyone who wants to get back that healthy glow, radiance and vitality back into their face. You can purchase these from the Radical Skincare website here

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