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Away with the Pixi's


As promised, a short blog about the now famous Pixi Glow Tonic. It's been much publicised on the beauty circuit for some time now and for good reasons. Its a tonic (a modern word for a toner!) but this is unlike most regular toners, it contains no alcohol so appeals to a wider range of customers. It's key active ingredient is 5% Glycolic Acid. An acid that is known for its often strong activity on the skin, although I personally don't feel any tingle when using Pixi Glow as the Glycolic is buffered in a gentle solution of aloe and witch hazel. It's designed to use after cleansing and before moisturising, the instructions suggest using it morning and evening but I find once a day is sufficient for my fine skin. If you have stronger more resistant skin then perhaps twice a day would be the preferred application choice. I'm also a firm believer in doing what ever works for your skin, I have broken many 'skincare rules' in the past and will probably continue to do so in the future........... anyway, who makes up these rules?!? Pixi Glow Tonic gently 'nibbles' away old dull, dead skin cells to reveal a smooth, glowing and healthy complexion. It's easy to use as it just slots into your existing skincare regime. It has a pleasant, delicate fragrance and really is a joy to use. My teenage son also loves using Pixi Glow as it works to keep his young easily congested, troublesome skin under control, oh and (more importantly!) my skin radiant ;) As with any product that contains Glycolic acid, it is essential to use a high SPF to protect your new fresh skin cells from environment damage.

#Glycolic #PixiGlow #Toner #Tonic #Aloe #WitchHazel

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