Hello my pumpkins! Today, I am sharing with you my Pixi Skincare Review. In this article, I share with you my review on some of the Pixi skincare products I tried during the last 6 months. Unlike makeup, skincare products work together and complement each other. So if you want to achieve a glow you need several product for that to work. As time goes, I will keep adding new products to this list!
If you are not sure about whether to give Pixi Beauty a chance then keep on reading! And don’t forget to check out my previous post: 8 WAYS TO WAKE UP A TIRED FACE.
Pixi Skincare Review
Glow Mud Cleaser
This cleanser contains 5% of Glycolic Acid and Aloe Vera. It is supposed to purify the skin while hydrating it. It retails for 18$ and contains 135ml of product. This is my current favorite cleanser. It is so gentle on the skin, it feels like washing your face with a cream but it still deep cleans my skin. It actually has a brownish color [hence the mud] and smells really good, a little bit artificial, but good.
This is so ideal if you have a combination skin that is sensitive at the same time.
Glow tonic Cleansing Gel
The glow tonic cleansing gel is formulated with moisclean and glycolic acid. Like the cleanser above, it is exfoliating and hydrating. However, this one is more suitable for dry skin as it is extremely gentle. I personally did not enjoy using it because of how gentle it is. It has a transparent gel consistency and has a strong scent to it. It retails for 18$ and contains 135ml of product.
I would definitely recommend this one if you have dry skin, it personally did not do much to my skin.
This makeup balm contains two products: a solid cleansing oil and a cleansing balm, both meant to remove your makeup in the most gentle way possible. It retails for 24$ and contains 100ml of product [50ml each]. I really enjoyed using this makeup remover, it is very gentle and removes the makeup however, I thought the cleansing cream was useless and for the price, it does not contain enough product.
This toner is most probably the most famous skincare product in the market. It is actually a toner meant to chemically exfoliate your skin and is suitable for all skin types, including dry skin. The glow tonic retails for 18$ and contains 100ml of product. It actually contains glycolic acid, which is a known AHA and hence is a great ingredient to remove any texture and dry patches on your skin. Along with the rose tonic, this is my favorite toner. It is truly gentle, can be used on the AM and PM and truly exfoliates the skin revealing a glowy complexion. I think this toner is ideal for the people who is not used to harsh ingredients like Glycolic Acid.
This nourishing toner is targeted to sooth the skin, minimize redness and balance the skin. It retails for 15$ and contains 100ml of product. If you have sensitive skin/acne/redness, I would definitely recommend this toner. It is so calming. I love using it when I break out to appease my skin. On top of that, it smells like absolute heaven! This my holy grail and I would keep using it as my toner until I die [okay not that much but you can how much I love it!]
Glow Tonic Serum
Pixi Beauty is more or less the kind of skincare brand that is a hit or miss. This glow tonic serum is one of their best products, in my opinion. It retails for 24$ and contains 30ml of product. Pixi describes it as a “lightweight serum [that] gently exfoliates, hydrates and nourishes”. It has a pretty weird consistency, a bit tacky at first but it quickly absorbs into the skin. I used it overnight only and I woke up with an extremely soft and glowy skin. I would 100% recommend this product and I would definitely buy it again in the future.
This neutralizing moisturizer retails for 24$ and contains 50ml of product. It is a soothing gel that helps balance the skin and to stabilize the ph level. So first of all, “stabilizing the ph level” cannot apply to everyone so I don’t think that will work for everyone, it didn’t work on me. Second of all, as soothing as it is, I don’t like how this moisturizer does not absorb quickly into the skin. I like when my moisturizers feel weightless and practically, not there. This one is not the case.
Glow Mud Mask
The glow mud mask by Pixi contains 45ml of product and retails for 22$. Pixi claims that this mud mask is “a purifying, glow-revealing clay mask to purify & balance skin”. It cleans your pores and reveals a glowy complexion. Personally, I don’t really love this mask, it does detoxify your skin but it is so heavily fragranced that it is irritating. I don’t really recommend it cause it’s a not miracle-worker.
T-Zone Peel-Off Mask
This peel off mask retails for 22$ and contains 45ml of product. According to Pixi Beauty, it purifies your pores, getting rid of any blackheads and impurities. Even though, this mask has a beautiful color, it is too heavily scented. Concerning results, I think this peel off mask does clean out the pores but not enough, it never succeeds to remove my blackheads which really sucks!
Peel & Polish
The peel & polish scrubs contains 80ml of product and retails for 24$. This scrub exfoliates and polishes the skin to reveal a smooth and glowy complexion. Sadly, I would not recommend this scrub for the world. It is too harsh, the beads are too big and it is too fragranced in a way that it can irritate your skin. This is definitely not for sensitive, normal or even combination skin. I wouldn’t even recommend it for oily skin. If you need to exfoliate your skin, go for the Glow Tonic or another chemical exfoliator. But not this one.
Done! – Pixi Skincare Review
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