An Old Favourite.

There are some things you just can’t imagine living without, and Alpha H Liquid Gold is one of those for me. Acid toners are becoming very popular in cosmetic brands, and for good reason… so today I’m going to tell you why they are so good at doing what they do…

Alpha H liquid gold is a product I’ve being using for around two years now (which I reviewed a while back here, and appeared 4 time since), and I’m currently almost running out of my second bottle of it. Liquid Gold with Glycolic Acid was one of the first real ‘in the limelight’ acid toners out there, and they haven’t changed anything about it since it first came out. Why? Because it’s just so good at doing what it does. 

Some people call this an acid toner, some call it a serum, some call it an evening treatment, but whatever it is, it’s a treatment product that works hard at restoring a natural glow to a preseasons skin, meanwhile fighting signs of acne, blemishes, ageing and sun damage. So how does it do it? Alpha H contains a commonly used acid called Glycolic Acid, used in many skincare product you probably don’t even realise. Glycolic Acid fights surface spots and surface damage on the skin treating it as well as reducing the immediate appearance.

I use this product twice a week on an evening, usually Wednesday and Sunday to keep my skin looking fresh and glowing. 

Ranging from around £35.00, this amazing product will be in my drawer for years to come.

Ingredients: Aqua, Alcohol Denat, Glycolic Acid, Glycerin, Hydrolyzed Silk, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Potassium Hydroxide, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol


If you fancy discovering more about this range,  other products in this line are:

  • Liquid Gold With Glycolic Acid
  • Liquid Gold Smoothing and Perfecting Mask
  • Liquid Gold Skin Renewal Wash
  • Liquid Gold Rejuvenating Cream
  • Liquid Gold Intensive Night Repair Serum
  • Liquid Gold Perfecting Daywear

Have you tried Alpha H Liquid Gold? 

Read my first review here.

gianni

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