Pixi Glow Tonic Review

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Pixi Glow Tonic has become a cult classic for beauty addicts everywhere. Is it worth the hype? In this review, we'll go through the Pros and Cons of this product and allow you to decide if it's worth investing in.

All everyone talks about when it comes to Pixi, is the Glow Tonic and the Rose Oil Blend which I reviewed earlier. 

Heralded as something that is more than a Toner, I had to try it out, and it was on my wishlist for a long time. When I saw the smaller version in Marks & Spencer, I knew I had to give it a go.

The Pixi Glow Tonic is described as:

Exfoliating facial glow tonic. It helps tone, firm and tightens the skin. It removes dead skin cells for healthier looking skin. For all skin types. Alcohol-free.

The positives of this product are that it really does work. The acid brightens instantly, and with other skin care products as part of your skincare regime, like the Pixi Rose Oil blend for hydration,  it creates a smoother more flawless complexion.

With continued use, it really does make a difference and the skin starts looking smoother. Even my adult acne scars are starting to fade!

The negatives for me is the smell. It's not as overpowering as the Rose Oil Blend, but it is a consideration if you can't tolerate strong smelling products.

The price for the 100ml which I bought, is £10 whilst the full-size version at 250ml is £18.00. I've had mine since December, and it still has 2/4s left!

I tend to use it once a day, as for me personally, it's too strong to use twice a day, but experiment and see what works for you.

I would recommend this product to anyone who wants to brighten their skin and needs a little extra help to do so as part of their daily routine.