Skincare

Pixi Glow Tonic Review

Hello guys! Welcome back to our blog! Today I want to share with you guys a review on the most famous toner ever, the Pixi Glow Tonic, so let’s get into it:

Overview:

  • Price: $29 for 250 ml (smaller size is $15 for 100 ml)
  • 5% glycolic acid
  • Alcohol free
  • Cruelty free

Promise:

The Pixi Glow Tonic is a highly concentrated, invigorating facial toner that deeply cleans pores by sweeping away excess oil and impurities. (From the pixi website)

So this toner is something that I really really love! It definitely took a couple of weeks of consistent use to see real results but I have noticed a big difference in my skin.

It’s already much brighter and smoother out, as well as more even in tone. I also feel like my pores are much smaller. This seriously unclogs pores and prevents blackheads from forming so I really love that. This toner also really helps hydrate my skin and get rid of any dry patches so I would still recommend it if you have dry skin. It would be good for all skin types I think, except if you have really sensitive skin.

The 5% glycolic acid is definitely not the most gentle on your skin so if you are new to using a toner and you know your skin is really sensitive then only use it a couple times a week at first to see how your skin reacts.

I purchased the $15.00 100 ml size of this to test out and I’m already almost done with it, I will definitely be repurchasing!

*no swatch because it’s just a watery clear liquid*

That’s it for this review, I hope you guys enjoyed it! I loved sharing my experience with this product. Have you tried the pixi glow tonic?

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