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Todays blog is going to be centred around one of my all time favourite beauty brands, Pixi!
Pixi is an amazing brand that offers a range of skincare and makeup products, they are cruelty free and also offer Vegan friendly products. A number of their skincare products have found their way into many beauty awards.
One of Pixi’s cult beauty products is their Glow Tonic, the Glow Tonic has been raved about by beauty bloggers and editors alike and this month Pixi are celebrating their cult product with a challenge.
I was very kindly invited to their event in Carnaby Street to check out their products and to hear more about why their Glow Tonic has earned such a cult following.
Their Glow Tonic is an exfoliating toner. loners are essentially a way of removing any excess impurities, oil, filaments or toxins from your skin. You use them after you have cleansed your face as part of your skincare routine. One of the great things about the Glow Tonic is that its Alcohol Free, it’s incredibly gentle on your skin and it won’t leave your skin feeling tight and dry after use. The exfoliation element of the toner is Glycolic Acid, don’t let the name fool you its natures way of gently exfoliating your skin. Glycolic is derived from sugar cane, its amazing if you get blocked pores and congested skin. Glycolic essentially works to unglue any filaments that have got caught in your skin or blocked pores caused by things like eating too much sugar. The Glow Tonic is made up of 5% Glycolic acid, the great thing about this is that this amount will really help to give your skin a natural, radiant glow. It’s also made with Aloe Vera which is incredibly soothing, ideal for the colder months. This Glow Tonic is also made with Ginseng which energizes and the skin and helps to improve circulation. Finally a cocktail or Fructose and Sucrose brightens the skin. The all over effect is that you will be left with a radiant, energised glow.
I utterly adore this product, I use it as a substitute to an exfoliater in the colder months when my skin is feeling dry and irritated. It’s incredibly gentle and won’t leave your skin feeling dry after use. Yet it actually feels like it does the job and gives my skin a bit of a boost. It’s an incredible product and I’ve been a huge fan of it for a number of years now.
The Glow Tonic is available in a liquid toner which you use in combination with a cotton pad on clean skin. It’s also available in the Glow Tonic To-Go Pads, these are pads soaked in the tonic. They are very easy and quick to use, as well as being ideal for when you are traveling.
The Glow Tonic has really made a massive different to my skin, it has significantly lessened the amount of blemishes I get and my skin really appears more clear and radiant. Take the image of me above…#nofilter! I would highly recommend that you try it out for yourself and see for yourself.
Of course Pixi have a whole host of Glow products sue as the Glow Mist, which I love. It’s a skin rehydrating mist that you can use before or after makeup. Its made with Argan Oil and Propolis. It really adds a healthy glow to your skin and leaves it feeling hydrated and nourished.
Whist I was at the event I also invested in this Glow O2 Oxygen Mask which is a 3 minute energising mask. Its designed to give your skin a quick perk up either in the morning or evening. Its a cocktail or brightening caffeine, vitamins, ginseng and antioxidants. I’m super excited to give this a test and will let you know my thoughts.
Pixi are currently running a little competition on Instagram. All you need to do is share an image on Instagram with your fresh post Pixi Glow Tonic face tagging @pixibeauty and using the #GlowTonicChallenge to win a years supply of Glow Tonic. One winner will be picked every week.
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Thank you so much for reading this blog today, do let me know if you’ve tried the Pixi Glow Tonics and your thoughts on it.
And I will see you all again soon!
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