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I purchased these after reading that AHA's are helpful for reducing post-acne hyperpigmentation, and these were one of the least expensive products with AHA available nearby that was not highly comedogeni (many AHA products are targeted at anti-aging, and thus aren't formulated with acne in mind). I didn't break out as a result of these, and my hyperpigmentation has lightened, though I don't know if that's due to the adapalene product, snail mucin product, or this one. I wish there was more information about these pads, for instance the concentration of AHA and the pH of the product. As a result of this lack of information and the price of the product (there are cheaper alternatives online), I don't think I will be repurchasing. However, I don't think this is a bad product, especially if you're just looking for a mild anti-aging treatment for sensitive skin.
i loved these because of how gentle they were on my skin but to me it's just too pricy for how little you get. i probably won't repurchase it and try to find for a cheaper alternative instead.
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