Exfoliating Pads, $20.60, from COSRX
These award-winning pads are soaked in betaine salicylate and willow bark water, both of which are superb ingredients for ridding skin of acne.
Said to control sebum, eliminate blackheads and improve skin texture, this highly-raved product doesn’t require a rinse-off, making it a quick fix for when you’re rushing in the morning.
Exfoliating Pads, $27, from Neogen
Have dull skin? Infused with the skin brightening qualities of lemon extract, these pads containing Vitamin C and AHA is the answer to your problems.
Each pad has two sides, one that gently but manually removes dead skin and another that chemically exfoliates your skin by delivering the ssence deep into your skin.
They are also available in Green Tea and Red Wine formula.
A word of caution though, because these products contain AHA, be sure to load up on the sunscreen to prevent age spots.
Exfoliating Pad, $51, from First Aid Beauty
Perfect for toning and brightening your skin, these pads do not contain artificial fragrances, colorants or alcohol, making them ideal for users with sensitive skin.
They’re packed full of natural ingredients like cucumber and Indian gooseberry for toning the face, and lemon peels and licorice root for glowing skin.
Exfoliating Pads, $81, from Peter Thomas Roth
Spotting crow’s feet or deepening smile lines can be stressful but this daily facial peel is here to help!
A gentle exfoliator that supports natural cell turnover, expect softer wrinkles and smaller pores with a swipe all over your face once in the day and night.
Exfoliating Pads, $34, from Pixi
A travel-ready version of the cult favourite exfoliating toner Glow Toner by Pixi, these pads promises to tone, brighten, hydrate and exfoliate on the go.
Made with botanical extracts, including aloe vera and ginseng, they are hypoallergenic and formulated without alcohol.
Exfoliating Pads, $35, from Medicube
The naturally derived AHA and BHA ingredients found in this pore pad helps to tighten and reduce the appearance of pores on the skin without drying.
Peeling Pad, $1.71, from Scinic
If you’ve got a little more time on your hands, opt for this scrubbing pad from Scinic. The pad helps to effectively remove dead skin cells and residue makeup.
Text: Hidayah Idris/CLEO Additional Reporting: Atika Lim