Due to its cult following and an abundance of glowing reviews (no pun intended) throughout the blogosphere, the infamous Pixi Glow Tonic is a product hailed by those lucky enough to get hold of it, and coveted by those unfortunate enough to find it unsurprisingly sold out for the millionth time.
So what makes a product so special that it sells out quicker than it can be restocked? Is this 'miracle in a bottle' worth not only the hype, but the countless hours spent rechecking the Pixi website?! Two bottles later, I can safely say that this no frills wonder has become a vital step in both my morning and evening skincare routine. The result?! visibly clearer, softer skin which behaves for the most part (curse mother nature).
Containing 5% glycolic acid to help tone, tighten and remove dead skin cells and skin loving ingredients such as Witch Hazel to help minimise troublesome pores, fructose and sucrose to help brighten the complexion and Aloe Vera to help both soothe & heal, the Pixi Glow Tonic really is more than just your average toner. If that wasn't enough it also does a mighty fine job of removing every last trace of dirt and grime.
To use, simply cleanse your skin as normal, then apply a little of the tonic to a cotton pad and sweep all over the face, avoiding the eye area. That being said I have used this to lightly remove eye makeup before now, something I really wouldn't recommend doing. I usually follow with a pea sized amount of the La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo+. I know iv'e said it in the past but together, these truly are the ultimate spot fighting duo.
All in all its pretty easy to see why the Glow Tonic has taken the beauty world by storm. This truly is the ultimate everyday toner to help brighten dull looking skin. The Glow Tonic can be purchased directly from the Pixi website for £18
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