I have to admit. One of my favorite things to do on FabEllis is beauty reviews. I just love trying a product, seeing how it works and if it's recommendable to you all. I know that many of you that visit the blog rely on these reviews and I appreciate that you trust me to give you my honest thoughts. Today's review is of The Magic Pads. I was asked to give The Magic Pads a try last month and with almost a month of use, I felt it was time to share with you my review. Let's learn about The Magic Pads and keep reading for my review...
About The Magic Pads
The Magic Pads are the world’s newest and most revolutionary product illuminating the road to more perfect skin! Using a unique blend of Glycolic acid, Organic Willow Bark, Hualuronic acid and Vitamin E in an Organic Aloe Vera juice base, the pads are designed to organically destroy acne, clear blemishes, smooth and tighten skin, shrink pores, exfoliate, tone, clarify and hydrate in one swift swoop of a swipe! It sounds too good to be true, but it is.
- Affordable (50 pads/$19.95)
- Leaves Skin Soft
- No fragrance
- Great Ingredients
- Available Online Only
- May Be Suitable for Only Certain Skin Types (Read Below)
I love skincare. There is just something about my skin being clear and smooth that excites me. It's probably the fact that I know when my skin is acne free, my makeup application will be utter perfection. With that said, I went into this review excited and with an open mind. Over the last three weeks, I used The Magic Pads nightly after washing my face with Neutrogena Pore Refining Cleanser.
Each night after using The Magic Pads, my skin was smooth, soft and not dry like most toners make my skin. A definite plus! It also seemed to cleanse my skin well. The unfortunate part was as days went by, I saw no physical difference in my skin. It felt great to the touch, but looked the same. As I gave it more and more time, I still didn't notice a difference.
One thing I feel I should point out here is that thankfully I don't have many skincare issues. My main skincare concern is hyperpigmentation, but I've never had much acne. With that said, I just don't think I had the type of skin that this product would benefit. I think it would be more ideal for acne prone and/or sensitive skin, possibly even teens.
Would I Recommend?
Maybe. The Magic Pads aren't for me, but if you have acne prone and/or sensitive skin, this may work for you. I could really see this as being a great product for teens. There are some awesome, positive reviews for this product online. Check out this one.
Have you heard of The Magic Pads?
God bless & stay fabellis,
This product was sent for review purposes. All thoughts are my own.