I was planning on doing this review of both of the versions of the Liquid Gold I have from Alpha-H and then realised that the Limited Edition Rose version isn’t available in many places. I’ll leave it in because I did find it still available online (£37 for a 100ml bottle here) and it might be available ion various online stores in other countries so might be worth knowing if it’s worth searching for over the original version.
Liquid Gold is an exfoliated, or I find it works as one, with glycolic acid. It’s quite strong and works in the same way as products like the Pixi Glow Tonic where it uses chemicals to exfoliate and remove dead skin rather than a physical scrub. The original version is available in a lot of places and the price various from £30-£40 for a 100ml bottle, though £33.50 seems to be the most common price. As it’s stronger than a lot of other similar products it’s recommended you use it once in the evening every two days, rather than twice a day as the Glow Tonic recommends. I’ve had the original for a while and I got the Rose version in an advent calendar but I haven’t got round to giving them a proper try so was interested to see how they’d work compared to other similar products I’ve tried.
Today’s calendars had a blue nail varnish I called Pool Party in the Ciate Mini Mani Month, I think it may have been released as part of a summer range buts it’s a permanent product, the Yankee Candle had my second tea light with the Winter Glow scent and the Marks and Soencers advent calendar had a bottle of Alpha H Liquid Gold which sounds interesting and not one I’ve heard of, or remember at least.
Day eight and it’s surprising how empty the Marks and Soencer advent calendar is looking. I’ve been putting the Ciate empty boxes back in for some reason, I guess I like the look of them more, so it’s less obvious on that one. We finally finished the decorating today and have been writing Christmas cards. It always makes me feel more Christmassy when we’re writing Christmas cards and it’s always interesting to see how many people’s handwriting you see every year only at Christmas. Or maybe it’s just me that finds it interesting.
This is one of those posts that I’ve had in my to write pile for ages and haven’t got round to until now. I don’t tend to use exfoliators in the summer as it’s more about stopping my skin becoming oily but in the winter they really help remove dry skin so as it’s back in my skin care routine it reminded me about this post.
I first got the Pixi Skin Treats Glow Tonic Exfoliating Toner in last year’s Marks and Spencer’s advent calendar and it was a decent sized sample, I think it was a 100ml bottle which is great for trying these out as you don’t need much of this each use. I still use it for travel but do you think I could find it when I’m actually wanting to photograph the two together? Of course not. This bottle I bought a couple of weeks ago from ASOS, they had an offer at the time but at full price this 250ml bottle costs £18. It is available in quite a few stores here in the UK when you look on Google but I’ve bought from both ASOS and Marks and Spencer in the past and trust them so I’ll just link them. There are so many that sell it though I think it should be easy to find and costs the same amount in all of them.