Rodan and Fields • ESSENTIALS Gauze Pads • Misc Beauty Tools
|Would buy this product again.||33%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Sorry, but I disagree about the negative reviews for this product. I don't think the price is bad for the quality you get. These pads do allow the right amount of product to be used....I'm using much less than I did on my cotton rounds. I've paid much more for cotton pads and applicators from companies like Cle de Peau and others.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Hazel
I agree with the reviewer below. It's true that using these made the bottle of toner last a lot longer than using cotton balls, but in the future I'll just buy gauze at CVS or something. Also, the packaging does suck.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Red Eyes: Green
I tell ya, I felt like a chump for shelling out six bucks for 120 gauze pads to use for applying Rodan + Fields' million-dollar Unblemish toner. I bought them because the hype was that "these soft, lightweight, easy-to-use pads are Doctor-designed to absorb and apply just the right amount of prepare:toner to your face for optimal product usage." I always feel like cotton pads of any shape or weight waste more toner than goes on my face, though, so given that the Unblemish toner costs a million bucks, I figured I'd come out ahead in the end by using the gauze pads in order to waste less product. Well, the hype is true. I can get plenty of toner all over my face and neck using just a few drops on these gauze pads. Downsides are that they cost way too much for what they are--you can probably get the same thing at WalMart for a buck--they're just little square pieces of gauze folded into quarters, after all. Plus the packaging sucks--they're non-individually wrapped in what is basically heavy paper, when you open the package the whole lot wants to spill out, and there's no way of reclosing the package. I mean, jeez, spring for a recloseable plastic bag, will ya? Anyway, the idea of using gauze pads to apply toner is a good one, although I probably won't be buying them from Todan + Fields again.