Pixi Glow Mask Selection #SkinTreats*

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Pixi's Latest Additions...

With Spring quickly approaching I think everyone is dreaming of beautiful, clear glowy skin for the warmer weather. I know I have had enough masks on this month to ensure my skin is in fantastic condition - with huge help from these goodies from Pixi. 

Pixi is yet to disappoint me with their products. These have been so nice to try out, each one with a different purpose to ensure you have that glow ready for warmer weather. 

D E T O X  
The Pixi Glow Mud Mask (£18.00) is my favourite without a doubt. I have combination skin but with a very oily T zone and big pores. So this one is my go-to 1-2 times a week to reset my skin into a typical balance. Pull out some of the nasties and calm down my oil production a little. 

"Stimulate, clarify, and brighten skin with this revitalizing mask. The mineral-rich treatment absorbs oil, draws out impurities, and fights breakouts while giving an energizing boost to the complexion. Kaolin & sea salt purify while ginseng & aloe vera balance"

There is something SO satisfying about using a peel-off mask, taking the time to peel off all the grime in your pores and examining the results then be completely disgusted with yourself with them. Just me? Ha. The Pixi T-Zone Peel-Off Mask (£18.00) is perfect for this.... and you know - actually clearing out your skin too. 

"Detoxifying peel-off mask draws out impurities and lifts away oil to reveal immediate results. It contains a unique green superfood blend that includes avocado, cucumber, aloe, green tea and bamboo extract to help firm & refine. Great for congested, dull and tired skin."

P E E L 
The Peel & Polish (£26.00) is now part of my routine too, using it 1-2 times a week I will use this to strip my skin of any dead cells and nasties. This seems to be the perfect contrast to the mud mask, helping to keep my skin feeling fresh. 

"This radiance revealing enzyme peel resurfaces for smoother, softer skin, and a healthy looking glow. Natural fruit enzymes loosen dead skins cells, lactic acid gently exfoliates, cellulose peels & sugar extracts polishes, lifting away dullness revealing brighter skin."

D E P U F F 
Oh, the eye masks of great debate. WHICH WAY ROUND do you wear them, the widest bit to the inside or outside? The Instagram battles over this. The website does say "Apply onto clean, dry under-eye area with the thickest part at the outer corner." Other than the confusion over application the Pixi DetoxifEYE Depuffing Eye Masks (£22.00) are the perfect treat after a long day (or long night) - they feel incredible too. 

"Hyaluronic acid and caffeine smooths and depuffs, aiding in reducing dark circles. Hydrogel patches infuse the delicate eye area with hydration."

G L O W 
As a final boost when your skin is in need of that little bit extra I present to you the Pixi Glow Glycolic Boost Sheet Mask (3 for £10.00). The perfect BFF to their already famous Glow Tonic. This to me just gives my skin an added boost when it's feeling good already - or a bit dull. It definitely adds a glow, all in 15 mins. 

"Serum concentrate of glycolic acid brightens and herbal extracts help to improve and maintain skin health, promoting more luminous skin."

Have you tried any of these yet? Which Pixi Products are your favourites? 


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