Re-introducing First Aid Beauty into our routine

It’s been a few years, but we recently re-introduced First Aid Beauty into our routine, and ever since, we’ve wondered what took us so long. To celebrate our newfound love for the brand, here’s our top 3 First Aid Beauty products.

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads

The First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Pads (C$37/US$30) was our first experience with chemical exfoliants in pad form. They are gentle enough for daily use, with a balanced blend of glycolic acid and lactic acid to brighten up any dull skintone. Lactic acid focuses on the surface, while the glycolic acid penetrates deeper into the skin to work at the base—so you get best of both worlds. The best part? The pads are super saturated with product, you get enough to treat your face, neck, décolleté, and shoulders (for fun). These target general dullness, hyperpigmentation, and acne.

First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Intense Hydration Cream

The First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Intense Hydration Cream (C$37/$US30) is an intense, rich cream for super irritated skin. It’s formulated with colloidal oatmeal, shea butter, ceramide 3 to support, nourish, and soothe skin–perfect if you deal with constant flaky skin or if you tend to over-use acids. This is a total game-changer in harsh winter months!

First Aid Beauty Eye Duty Triple Remedy Treatment

We’re down for anything that multitasks and the First Aid Beauty Eye Duty Triple Remedy treatment (C$45/US$36) does just that. The stainless steel applicator works to de-puff the under-eye area through manual application (store it in fridge for an even better cooling sensation), while the salmon-coloured light-reflective formula brightens. Most importantly, the added retinyl palmitate works to smooth out any wrinkles. When applied to the skin, your natural enzymes with convert retinyl palmitate into retinol to smooth out the skin and prep it for flawless concealer application. Told you it was a total multitasker.

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