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Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads Review

1st December 2016 in Skincare, Treatment - 4 Comments - 2 min read

Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads Review

1st December 2016 in Skincare, Treatment - 4 Comments - 2 min read >/div>
Nip+Fab Dragon's Blood Cleansing Pads Review

Hey Beauties!

I cant believe its the 1st of December! where has this year gone! With winter coming in full force our skin changes and mine tends to be a bit drier than usual.

The Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads contains 60 pads that are enriched with salicylic and hyaluronic acids which deeply cleanse your pores and provide long-lasting hydration to help your skin appear plumper.

For the first two weeks of using the Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads i didn’t see any real difference in my skin and i didn’t feel any difference until about the 3rd week when my skin started to feel softer and look less dehydrated which is always a plus. I think what helped me the most was following a proper skincare routine, i mean i cant recommend the the Kiehl’s Epidermal Retexturizing Micro-Dermabrasion enough as it has definitely helped me so much.

What i liked about Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads is they are soaked in product so you dont have to use 4 of them trying to cleanse your face i find for me 1 is enough. You can really feel like they are cleansing your skin its one of those really clean fresh feelings.

Nip+Fab Dragon's Blood Cleansing Pads Review

Each pad contains a mixture of Dragon’s blood which isn’t as scary as it sounds its actually found in the the Croton Lechleri tree and it forms protective film on skin to protect against environmental aggressors, Salicylic acid which deeply cleanses your pores and aids exfoliation as it gets rid of all the dead skin cells, Hyaluronic acid which hydrates the skin and refines your skin’s texture as i said i have found my skin feels much smoother than it did before using these and lastly Witch Hazel which reduces redness and tightens your pores.

Nip+Fab Dragon's Blood Cleansing Pads Review

Although the scent from these dissipates after a while when you open the lid it can be a but strong but i think that’s just the Salicylic Acid and the Witch Hazel that makes them smell a little strong

With the Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads you get 60 pads so thats a months supply if you only use 2 a day and for only £10 that’s a absolute steal i will definitely buying more of these when i run out. You can find Nip+Fab Dragon’s Blood Cleansing Pads in Superdrug and Boots.

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Andrew James

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