In the green tub there are pre-soaked sheets. These little sheets are soaked in Glycolic acid (5%) and Salicylic acid (2%). When I bought these I didn't know really anything about ingredients. The sales lady jabbered on about them while I just nodded pretended to understand. I have now done some research in case any of you were wondering. According to what I have read these are the only acne product available with pharmaceutical grade Glycolic and Salicylic acid in one treatment pad that you'll get without going to a doctor or dermatologist. Now this is coming from the actual brand so I am not sure if this is entirely true anymore but from what I have seen I think it is (Correct me if I am wrong please!).
The Glycolic acid chemically exfoliates the skin (don't be worried its not as invasive as it sounds) and preps it for the Salicylic acid. The Salicylic acid helps reduces blemishes, blackheads and it generally heals the skin. It has vitamins and anti-oxidants which protect skin from free radical damage. Also it has witch hazel which tones and tightens your skin.
The acne pads come in a pot of 60 so if you use them twice a day they will last you one month. They are pretty pricey at £48 but to me I'd rather take care of my skin and spend less on clothes and make up. Well I TRY to spend less on it anyway. I have read online a lot that people cut the pads in half and they last twice as long which I am definitely going to do now. I don't even use these pads all the time now. I will use them every other month or so. However I do always keep an unopened pot (they will dry out if you keep them on the shelf too long!) with me at all times just in case I get a terrible break out. Anyway I can't recommend these enough and if you do use them I hope you get as amazing results from these as I did.
As you can probably tell from the pictures my current pot is almost finished so I may try an exfoliating toner like P50 or Pixi Glow(if I can actually manage to get my hands on it) to see what all the fuss is about! I'd love to hear if you have any products which get rid of your break outs. I am always on the hunt for new and maybe even cheaper alternatives to keep my pesky breakouts at bay!