Arbonne Intelligence Genius Nightly Resurfacing Pads | Review

Arbonne Genius PadsFor awhile now I’ve been using the Nightly Resurfacing Pads – I actually stopped using them for a couple of weeks and my skin started to freak out again – so I’m thinking removing these was maybe a bad idea, good job I had a new pack waiting! Arbonne Genius PadsSo the Arbonne Intelligence Genius Nightly Resurfacing Pads (mouthful of a name innit?) come packaged as two different items, the glass bottle which houses the solution and the plastic tub where the pads sit. So when you first go to use the product you need to pour all the solution on the pads – the solution smells horrific though, very much a strong alcohol almost a bit like white spirit… The liquid also changes the pads from white to yellow. It’s a retinoid product which promises youthful, radiant, luminous skin.

The first difference I noticed with my skin was that it just genuinely felt so much softer, the redness on my skin was reduced too. The more I used them the more I noticed my skin changing: the oiliness was reduced, the blackheads on my nose and chin seemed to be reduced and just overall the texture and look of my skin seemed to be improved.

The pads are veeeeery expensive though, I got them as a “free” gift when I first placed an order, but they retail for a whopping £96. I’ve gone through one pack and am now on my second pack but I’m honestly not sure if I’d splash near enough £100 on them again. I do love them but the price does put me off a bit – I guess I’ll just have to see how I feel when this pack has run out. The price covers a 60 day supply of pads, so I suppose two months makes it slightly more bearable but I’ll still have to think over if I’ll rebuy them again.

What do you think of these pads?