Alpha-H Liquid Gold

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Ah, my new love (standing in joint first position with my current obsession, Daryl Dixon). Seriously – can I just talk about The Walking Dead for a second? – How did I leave it this long to let Daryl Dixon into my life? If you are not watching The Walking Dead, do. You won’t regret it and your loins will thank you eternally for Mr Dixon. Honestly, I’m not doing this for comedic value – I’m truly asking for a life sized cardboard cut-out for my 25th birthday. I don’t have to explain myself. By the way, my hatred for The Governor is real and flourishing.


Where was I? Ah yes, Alpha-H Liquid Gold. I’m a new found Hydrochloric Acid belieber, wait. Believer. True now, I was at first terrified of the thought of rubbing anything featuring the word ‘acid’ on to my face. And yes this is the image I envisioned before applying;




I’ve never actually seen that movie.

But this doesn’t happen at all, there is only the very slightest tingling which I can handle (tough guy face). The instructions call for a well cleansed face and pre-moisturised – moisturising after applying Liquid Gold is optional but leaves for a ‘less intense’ treatment. So far I’ve only used Liquid Gold on its own – meaning it’s the last thing I apply before bed – so I can’t comment on the effectiveness when using it in conjunction with a moisturiser. I guess I want it to work at its full power every time I use it.  So Liquid Gold effectively takes the top layer of dead skin cells away, renews the skin and leaves it looking even, bright and dewy. But such a good thing has to come with a downside – only a slight one, this being that because you’re stripping dead skin cells your skin is more susceptible to sun damage so we need to be slapping on that factor 30+. 

I’m completely in love with this stuff – it is the perfect multitasker as it is a toner, exfoliator, serum, and moisturiser in one. Quadruple threat. I use it now 3, maybe 4 times a week and I feel like I’m giving myself a treat when I use it. ‘I’m special’. And the results have been so, so awesome. My skin looks renewed. After Christmas, the cold weather, gorging on chocolate and greasy things and alcoholic celebrations my skin was looking a little not-unlike my Walking Dead zombie cronies. But now ‘it’s alive!’ and looks more youthful. It’s brought out a nice dewy, plump quality in my skin. Seriously guys, I can’t sing its praises enough I urge you to treat yourself to this wonder-potion. It’s well worth saving up for and splurging on, it’s a cult product worth the hype.

You can get Alpha-H Liquid Gold at Cult Beauty for £33.50 for 100ml





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  1. Thats not a bad price, I was expecting it to be really expensive with a name like that!!!!

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    1. Haha you're right fair point you'd think it'd be priced higher considering the name! :) it's well priced and lasts really well.

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  2. i've heard a lot about acids ingredients and hadn't really tried them until recently. like you, i was a bit worried about...my face just peeling off or something, but it works so well and is surprisingly gentle. so far i've used AHA and glycolic acid. i have it in an night cream which can be used daily.
    Jenn
    A Beautiful Zen

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    1. Hey Jenn, yeah so the same heard lots but apprehensive about using 'acid' on my face! So glad I've taken the acid dip. I haven't tried any night creams yet it would be cool to have a gentler one for daily use!

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