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Lacura by Aldi Glycolic Pads

Lacura by Aldi Glycolic Pads

Lacura by Aldi Glycolic Pads

Lacura by Aldi Glycolic Pads

If, like me, you love skincare as much as you love a bargain, then you probably heard about the Lacura Glycolic Pads, which are supposed to be a dupe for the Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Pads

I've used the Nip + Fab pads before, though that was years ago so can't really compare results, but what is very noticeable is that the Lacura Glycolic Pads look very similar to the Nip + Fab ones in terms of packaging as well as the actual product, which is 60 very thin cotton pads with a textured side and a smooth side. Both of them are easy to use, you just wipe your face and neck after cleansing, avoiding the eye area, and continue as normal with your skincare routine. 

Having used the Lacura pads a few times now I can say that they definitely make my skin feel smoother, softer and more even toned instantly; while I also noticed some improvement in the texture of my skin ever so slightly with each use, such results even more visible the next morning. I like that the pads have a faint fruity scent and that the pack was only £2.50 (over £10 cheaper than Nip + Fab's) which is why I purchased 2 packs. The only thing I'm not sure about is I think it makes my skin a bit oilier, but it's not that big of a problem, as it hasn't caused any irritation or breakouts. 

The Lacura Glycolic Pads have very different ingredients compared to Nip + Fab's, but are actually the same as the Superdrug Naturally Radiant Glycolic Acid Pads. With natural exfoliating ingredients including Blueberry, Sugar Cane, Maple, Lemon and Orange extracts; as well as moisturising Glycerin and Panthenol; and calming Aloe Vera and Hamamelis, the Lacura Glycolic Pads are in fact a perfect dupe for the Superdrug Naturally radiant ones. 

I've used Naturally Radiant products before, which I really enjoyed, so when I run out of the Aldi pads there's a high probability I will be buying the Superdrug ones, which retail for £6. So if you didn't manage to find the Lacura pads in your local Aldi, definitely give the Superdrug pads a try. 

Have you tried glycolic acid pads before?


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