Pixi Glow Tonic - Review

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Hello Lovelies

Today I am going to tell you all about Pixi Glow Tonic, if you read blogs and watch You Tube Video's you will most probably have heard of this product, it is safe to say it is a bit of a cult product amongst the beauty world, but is it worth the hype?

 I have been using the Pixi Glow Tonic for around 6 weeks now and before using this I had used the
 Clarins Exfoliating Brightening Toner which is a similar product.

    The Clarins is £25 for 125ml and the Pixi is £16 for 250ml but unfortunately Pixi Glow Tonic is only sold at the Pixi store in London or is available via mail order by ringing the store and ordering over the telephone which is how I order mine. I have heard people have had trouble either getting through to the store or the product not being in stock but I have ordered twice now and got through straight away and ordered, the postage is £4.50 ( for 1st class postage) but it still works out cheaper than Clarins. The Pixi Glow Tonic is not tested on animals. Since first posting this the Glow Tonic is now sold on the Pixi website available here

Pixi Glow Tonic rrp £16

Pixi Glow Tonic is a an alcohol and oil free astringent toner, it contains aloe and witch hazel to smooth and tone the skin and glycolic acid to loosen the dead skin and exfoliate. The glow tonic claims to "firm and tighten the skin, remove dead skin cells and is for dry, dull and ageing skin"

I highly recommend this toner, my skin looks and feels so much better, I have very dry skin but think this would be good for all skin types, I apply this by using a cotton pad and sweep it all over my face, morning and evening after cleansing. The glow tonic doesn't dry my skin out, it leaves my skin feeling soft and it has helped so much with the dry patches on my face. My skin does feel firmer and my pesky fine lines do seem to look a little better, and my skin is so much brighter too, over all I have noticed a massive difference to my skin and I am really pleased with the results, so much so I rang and ordered another bottle last week as I can't bare to run out. 

I like the pump on the bottle, I prefer pumps rather than just pouring the product out onto a cotton pad, I feel I use too much that way so much prefer the pump. 

Overall this is an amazing product which I feel is most definitely worth the hype surrounding it, if you are looking for a toner which doesn't dry the skin out, leaves it feeling smooth and looking brighter, helps with sun damage and fine lines this is the product for you. I have very sensitive skin and eczema prone skin and have had no reactions whatsoever to the glow tonic. It is a welcome addition to my skin care routine which I will have a full post about soon. 

Is this product worth the hype? Absolutely YES! Try it, you won't be disappointed.

Have you tried the Pixi Glow Tonic, what are your thoughts? 

You can buy the Pixi Glow Tonic mail order by ringing 020 7287 7211 or emailing storemanager@pixibeauty.com or in person by visiting the Pixi store just off Carnaby Street in London. 

Thank you for reading, much love as always

Zoe x

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