For the best part of a year I have had the Pixi Glow Tonic on the top of my very long wishlist after reading so many positive reviews on it and so I wanted to see what all the hype was about. I don't know what took me so long but I'm so happy I've finally got it in my possession. It's become a staple within my skincare wardrobe since I bought it. It's really earned its place.
The Pixi Glow Tonic is an exfoliating toner, designed to help rid your skin of dead skin cells, tone the skin, and of course, insert the radiance back into the skin too. It is completely alcohol free and the best thing is that it's suitable for all skin types as well.
It is packaged within a clear cylinder plastic bottle with a green lid placed on the top. It's a 250ml bottle which may seem like a lot of product but for someone who uses it daily, twice a day in the day and night, I don't feel like it's enough. I've used it for the last 2 months and this is my second bottle now.
It smells absolutely divine, I can't quite pinpoint what it smells like exactly, perhaps a bit fruity like apricots, but it makes applying it very satisfying. It includes aloe vera, ginseng and glycolic acid.
I use it after I've cleansed my skin. I pour a little of the toner on a cotton pad and wipe all over the face, avoiding the eye area. It is super gentle, not at all drying and leaves my skin feeling refreshed and clean.
Within days of using it I noticed a huge difference to my skin. It left my skin feeling soo incredibly soft, the texture of my skin improved and the scarring from my acne had reduced. It put a lot of radiance back into my skin too which is something I need, especially in the mornings. It looks a helluva lot healthier. It also provides a great base to apply my moisturiser and makeup. They glide onto my skin so smoothly and my makeup looks so flawless. Ahh, it's just a miracle worker for me. I can't be without it.
You can purchase the Pixi Glow Tonic at £18.00 from Cult Beauty. I must also point out that M&S has recently become stockists of the brand too. It's just a shame they don't stock it in my nearby store, boo.