19/10/2016

Loving Our Pixi Skintreats

Pixi by Petra Skintreats Review
Pixi by Petra Skintreats Review
When I think of Pixi Skincare, I think of good-for-you skincare products to create more vibrant healthy radiant skin while avoiding harsh chemicals. The cult favourite Glow Tonic has taken the beauty world by storm, but skincare enthusiasts will be pleased to find many other star products from the Pixi by Petra Skintreats range.

Pixi Hydrating Milky Serum Review
Pixi Hydrating Milky Serum (£26)*
Pixi Hydrating Milky Serum* is a serum packed with nutrients to soften the skin with jojoba oil and to calm with aloe vera. This is a super light weight and milky that provides minimal moisture. It is best applied on clean moist skin. This comes with a dropper applicator, which isn't the best especially when its about to run out, and I would apply three drops to cover my face and neck. It works well on my combination skin and I have not noticed any break outs. I doubt it would provide enough hydration for dry skin types though, and may cause tingling or irritation to sensitive skins. I tend to use this at night before bed, but for best results, Pixi suggests using this twice a day. It's not the best serum I've tried and not that revolutionary, but is well priced for the product you get.
If you're a fan of the cult favourite Pixi Glow Tonic, you would love Pixi Glow Tonic To Go*. These are pre-soaked exfoliating toner pads packed with goodies like 5% Glycolic Acid and cooling aloe vera and ginseng. The exfoliator pads lightly scrub against the skin, allowing the product to penetrate the skin better. I use this on freshly cleansed skin, prior to applying the milky serum. Each pack comes with 60 pads and I personally use one a day (particularly at night), so one tub should last you two months. I would recommend this to oilier skin types who love using toners. Soaked pads are much better for travelling too. Overall, I highly recommend this product.

Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist Review
Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist (£18)*
This Pixi Hydrating Milky Mist* is a lightweight moisturising mist with oat to calm the skin and provitamin A and lanoleic acid to nourish. I apply three spritzes of this after serum at night to provide some moisture. It would not provide sufficient hydration for dry skin types but oily and combination skin would love this. It has not caused me any irritation or break outs. It gives you glowy healthy skin. I do love this but it is not an essential. It is more moisturising than MAC Fix Plus.
If you have oily or acne-prone skin, you have to try clay masks. They soak up traces of dirt and impurities with kaolin clay to reveal clearer skin. Pixi Glow Mud Mask* also has soothing aloe vera, brightening ginseng, and moisturising jojoba. Pixi suggests leaving this on clean skin for 15 minutes avoiding the eye area. Rinse off before the clay turns crispy, and pat dry. You will find more radiant skin underneath. I love it!

Pixi by Petra Skintreats Review
Pixi by Petra Skintreats Review

Have you tried Pixi Skintreats? If I were to pick my favourite from this set of four, that would be Pixi Glow Tonic To Go.

Livia
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3 comments

  1. This is wonderful. I am in love with magical pixi skincare. I am sure this must be safe and healthy skincare product. I wonder whether this product can hide the signs of aging?

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  3. I think that must be a great product.

    I think I will try it out to make sure.

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