The $10 exfoliating pads Bec Judd rates for clear, glowing skin.

If there's one thing we really love at Mamamia, it's having a nosy into celebrity skincare cabinets. Luckily, we can do it without getting arrested, on the You Beauty podcast.

Every Tuesday we sit down with celebrities and some of the biggest names in beauty and ask them to tell us everything they use on their face. And YES, it's fascinating.

Recently, we sat down with Rebecca Judd — or as we all know her, Bec Judd — who has been an Australian beauty icon for decades now. And it's easy to see why.

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Well-known on your telly and familiar voice on radio, she's also the co-founder of successful activewear brand Jaggad. She even co-founded a beauty school called Beauty EDU and is ambassador for skincare brand The Skincare Company.

At 41, Bec's not just juggling fame, business and building her personal brand — she’s also living a very busy life with 4 kids in tow. 

So how does a woman with this much on her plate go about her daily beauty routine? Well, as you can imagine she’s got it down to a fine art.

And there's one particular product she recommends for time poor mums — and it's become her go-to travel staple on long-haul flights.


The best part? You can pick up 100 XXL pads for $10 at Target. We love an affordable skincare goodie!

It's called Nip+Fab Glycolic Fix Pads.

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"Nip+Fab do little glycolic swipeys that are really good for travelling. So, I use that a lot! I love the glycolic. They're an affordable option and they're super easy to pop in your bag for travelling," Bec told You Beauty.

Soaked in exfoliating glycolic acid, these glow-boosting pads are formulated to resurface the skin and treat niggling breakouts.


For the uninitiated, glycolic acid is a chemical exfoliating ingredient that helps clear dead skin cells, smooth and clear skin texture and tone, stimulates collagen production and boosts luminosity.

"I see these people on Instagram and they do their travel videos in their cabin with the perfect full face of makeup. And that's all fine — you do you! But if that was me, I would completely break out with the dehydration on a long haul flight and wearing that much makeup, suffocating my skin." 

Honestly, same. 

"I've tried that before back in the day and it just doesn't work for me. I have a full breakout if I fly with makeup on."

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"If you've got skin like mine, my tip is to use the Nip + Fab Glycolic Wipes, get everything off your face and then put on a moisturiser and you'll just have beautiful, clean skin."

We'll take 10.

Have you tried these glycollic pads before? What are your thoughts? Share with us in the comment section below.

Feature image: Instagram/@becjudd.

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