Pixi Skin Treats Rose Oil Blend Review
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The Pixi Skin Treats Rose Oil Blend has been on my wishlist for a while, and my husband Mr T very kindly gifted it to me last year when I missed out on the Farsali Rose Gold Elixir last time it was available.
So, is the Pixi Skin Rose Oil Blend good for your face? Read the review below to find out.
HOW MUCH IS IT?
WHAT DOES IT INCLUDE?
HOW DOES IT WEAR?
It smells very strongly of rose, which can be a little jarring, so if you don't like very scented oils, this might not be for you. In terms of application, it is very hydrating, but the smell can be very overpowering at times.
WOULD I RECOMMEND IT?
I've used this for 2 months now and apart from the smell, I think it's a very good mid-priced oil with a luxe feel.
Would I buy it again? I'm not sure. Right now, my holy grail is still the Caudalie Premier Cru Elixir*, but at £49 it is very pricey. I'm trying to find something in between the Farsali Rose Gold Elixir & Premier Cru which has the same benefits of a hydrating oil without the £49 price tag. I'm not 100% on this being the solution, but it is a good start for those who are getting into luxe oils.