Boots Exfoliating Pads - Review

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Today I am going to be reviewing a product I recently mentioned in my current skincare routine post. These are the Boots Tea Tree and Witch Hazel Exfoliating Pads , so for the past few months I have noticed that my skin has been a little off and I have noticed that I am breaking out a lot more recently. 

So I decided to look at my skincare and shake it up and one of the things I decided to try was exfoliating pads. Now I decided to get these as I felt like it would be good try something new and different which I very rarely do.

I personally have mixed views on these, they are part of the Boots Witch and Hazel range which I personally think is an okay range most of the products I have tried from their range have been amazing and worked really well. 

These pads are meant to help remove bacteria and unclog pores. As well as to help keep your skin clean and healthy. So I have tested these pads for almost a month and I have around 15 left and I have gathered my full opinion on these pads. 

The pads are quite odd they are fairly soft on one side of the pad but on the other side the pad is fairly rough which I personally am not a huge fan of I don't think that anyone with sensitive skin would be able to use these as for me they seem really rough on my skin and at times my skin can feel sore afterwards. 

The pads however have seemed to make a difference with my skin I haven't been breaking out as much and my skin looks really healthier and a lot cleaner. They also include Tea Tree which is a good thing for spots and especially for me. 

The pads have seemed to last a long time for me you get 40 pads which is not bad at all and considering I have been using these pads everyday and every night for almost a month these pads have honestly lasted very long. 

The price as well is fairly reasonable they are priced at £4.99 which I do not think is that expensive and for the amount that you get and the quality of the pads themselves. The price is pretty average compared to other exfoliating pads I have tried from other companies. 

Overall I am fairly pleased with these exfoliating pads although they are fairly rough on my skin they do the job and they are a great value for money. I personally would not recommend these to anyone who has sensitive skin as they are a bit rough however for me they do work. So on Friday I will be giving you my tips on foundations and the best ones to go for, and next Wednesday I will be reviewing the Revlon Colorstay Concealer so don't forget to check that out.

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