Glycolic acid

Pixi Glow Peel Pads review

Use these glycolic peel pads a few nights a week to get a really good glow going.

Who doesn’t want glowy skin all the time? I don’t think my skin ever “glows,” but I have noticed some pretty great results from using Pixi Glow Peel Pads over the past few months. I’ve been really impressed by this product, and I love that it’s fragrance-free and easy to use. I’ve written about other glycolic peel pads in the past, but I think this is my favorite one so far.

Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Gentle Pads review

Nip + Fab makes a 'gentle' version of glycolic peel pads with extra moisturizers and 2% glycolic acid instead of 5% in its normal version.

Today’s post is courtesy of my TJ Maxx skincare addiction, yet again. I spotted a lone package of Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix Gentle Pads on the shelf and my eyes were instantly drawn to the words “gentle” and “sensitive” on the packaging. These pads are marketed for sensitive skin, and include moisturizers to help offset any irritation from the 2% glycolic acid (which is a “gentler” concentration than Nip + Fab’s other 5% glycolic peel pads). However,…

Curesys Trouble Clear Toner review

This toner is designed to soothe and exfoliate your skin before your nighttime treatments. But don't apply it in the morning, since it contains glycolic acid.

This Curesys Trouble Clear Toner was part of my TJ Maxx skin care haul a few weeks ago (when I picked up this Jeju:en Hyaluronic Acid Sleeping Mask. Curesys is a Korean beauty brand that I can’t find much info about online. It appears to be pretty new, and I’m not sure how this lone bottle of toner ended up on the shelves of my local TJ Maxx.