66% would repurchase
on 12/11/2018 3:45:00 AM
More reviews by tinkerrbelle
I was convinced by a video beauty blogger Nadine Baggot saying Glycolic acids soften pigmentation and fine lines over time so are anti-aging. The Glow Tonic was one featured to try. I brought the 100 ml a few times then shelled out for the big 250 ml. I used this exclusively for nearly a year and their were no improvements whatsoever. Also, this product has an unpleasant dusty musty smell. Perfume ages the skin so its counterproductive but to smell bad seems pointless.
on 12/2/2018 7:09:00 PM
More reviews by shinejunkiemonkee
This is an odd cleanser but a good one. It really does look like mud, but it has a more gel like texture, probably due to the aloe vera content. You spread it over damp skin and massage before rinsing. There's a very mild tingle (probably due to the glycolic acid), as well as a light scent, that I find refreshing. This is useless for removing makeup or sunscreen, so it's best as a second cleanse (or morning cleanse--may favorite use for it). It definitely leaves my face feeling clean, and I think it's helped keep my face flake-free. I also love the pale green tube--Pixi has some of the prettiest packaging around. I paid $18 for 4.57 fl oz. That's more than I usually like to spend on a cleanser, but you only need a small amount. All in all, I enjoy having this in my cleanser rotation and will likely repurchase at some point.
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on 11/30/2018 7:42:00 PM
This is a beautiful facial mist. Smells lovely and offers a veil of moisture. I love the chunky pump and the fine mist it creates. But for all that, I buy this more for my husband than myself. The man has dry skin, but he hates the feeling of lotions or creams on his face. This, he loves. We discovered this when I sprayed him for a joke. He was annoyed at first, but a little later that day he asked me to tell him again what I'd sprayed him with. Apparently, his face felt great! Now he's a devoted user of this (and Clinique's Moisture Surge Face Spray), and his face is better for it. I've tried quite a few Pixi products, and this is one of the best. A 2.7 fl oz bottle will set you back $15 USD.
on 11/28/2018 1:38:00 PM
More reviews by paf0009
Cannot attest as to the effectiveness of this product as an all over mask but it works wonder on pimples when applied overnight. I think it would be too drying all over the face unless one has extremely oily skin. I replaced Kate Somerville Eradikate with this and SR Good Genes. It is part of my travel essentials because a small amount does the job. Will repurchase when I run out.
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on 11/26/2018 9:43:00 AM
More reviews by jennifereal
I absolutely love this moisturizing spray- it claims you can put it on to prep your face before applying makeup or as a quick first step in your moisturizing routine or whenever your face needs hydration. It's a little pricey in my opinion for a Target brand- around $15, I've only had it for a week and it's already gone down quite a bit but I think it's because I overkill it with the amount of pumps I spray.
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