Elizabeth Arden Skin Illuminating Retexturising Pads
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|Ingredients||Water/Aqua/Eau, Glycolic Acid, Arginine, Triethanolamine, Saccharide Isomerate, Lactobacillus Ferment, Citric Acid, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Oil, Disodium EDTA, Glycine, Sodium Citrate, Sodium PCA. See more|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||8 x 8 x 8 centimetres|
|Item weight||0.05 Kilograms|
|Product benefits||Reveal a more radiant, smoother, brighter and even toned complexion.|
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How to Layer Your Skincare Products
1 - Cleanser
Gently massage your cleanser onto your face, making sure to avoid the eye area. Rinse off thoroughly and pat dry.
2 - Serum
After cleansing, begin your daily skincare ritual with one of our serums .
3 - Eye Cream
Using your ring finger, or the weakest finger, pat eye cream gently around eye area to activate the skin regenerating process.
4 - Moisturiser
Using your fingertips, gently blend cream evenly in a circular motion.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8 x 8 x 8 cm; 50 Grams
- Date First Available : 18 March 2018
- Manufacturer : Elizabeth Arden
- ASIN : B01EFY8N5U
- Item Model Number : 10003337
- Country of origin : USA
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I really liked the holographic sheen on the pack, and the packaging is minimal for a cosmetic that has to be sent by public transport etc.
I've been using these pads for a month and I think they're good. They're what I'd call an exfoliator really, and work by sandpapering a layer of skin off your face and then apologising to it by moisturising with a bit of glycolic acid and essential oil (we aren't told which).
My skin is very sensitive, but with cautious use once a week I've found this product easy to use although saying that, the pads are really thin. That's not a bad thing but for someone with a disability like me they're a bit challenging to pull apart. Summer, especially a baking hot summer, is not the ideal time to be using this cosmetic and I think it would be better as a mid-winter tonic.
Elizabeth Arden's founder was the daughter of a Scottish man and a Cornish woman. She virtually created the concept of makeup for respectable women, and amassed a huge fortune thereby. I applaud her energy and business sense, and this is still a reputable company. However for me, £45 for exfoliating pads would be an unusual expenditure, to say the least.
I let her use them for a couple of weeks blind to the price tag before asking her if she would buy more to use. She answered that she probably would... then I told her the price and she laughed at me. I suspect that Mrs M would happily spend the money on the pads if it was a realistic outlay but she says the pads she uses normally around a quarter of the price and the Elizabeth Arden ones are certainly not four times as good!
If these suit your budget you cannot go wrong, but probably not worth extending yourself for these expecting a significantly better result than high street options.