Review: Pixi | Glow Tonic

Wednesday, 2 November 2016

My skin hasn't been my best friend for many years. I could never seem have a week where I didn't have some sort of blemish on my face but I have the problem where I have a spot, I do pick at it, which I know is not good in the slightest. Although I'm getting better at not doing it, I still find that I would still get spots and blemishes quite often.

I've used many products over the years, some which would work to start with, some which didn't work at all, or some which would make it worse. It didn't help that my hormones have been all over the place, thanks to me having P.E and switching from the pill to the injection so my body was trying to adapt, meaning that some days/weeks it was pretty bad.

I was in a blog chat a while ago now and a question came up, asking what are people's skincare 'holy grail', with many saying theirs was the Pixi Glow Tonic. Seeing the amount of responses, I asked a couple of people why, how was it such a good product and they all said that it has made their skin look and feel so much better since using it. Being part of the blogging community, you really take on the advice and opinions of other bloggers so I wanted to give it a go, to see if it would work. I saw that they sold it in M&S so I went on a hunt after work to buy it. It is a little pricey, at £18 for a 250ml bottle but I was willing to try it based on the feedback I got from others. 

I made sure that I would use this in the evening before going to bed, regardless if I had makeup on that day or not. I started using it when my skin was pretty bad but noticed that from only using it for a few days, it really cleared it up. It reduced the redness to start with, so they weren't so obvious but after 2/3 days, it basically made them non-existent, especially for the smaller ones. I would say that after atleast 5/6 days in a row using this, my face cleared up completely. I only really had a small mark from where the blemish was. I was so happy how quickly it turned around and my skin was all lovely and clean, healthy and hydrated.

Although there is a bit of a purse pinching price attached, I would totally recommend this product to anyone who struggles with their skin a bit. Of course I was worried about spending this money and it potentially not work but it's totally worth it and I'm so glad it's worked out. You can buy a 100ml for £10 if you don't want to spend too much on it.

Do you own the Pixi Glow Tonic? Do you share the same experience as me? I'd love to you know your stories using this product.

Look after yourself,

This blog post is not sponsored and all opinions are my own and honest!

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  1. Iv wanted to try this for ages and I mean a couple of years now but for some reason Iv never bought it. I think if it clears up your skin and makes you feel more confident £18 isn't all that much! I think I might try the smaller version first to see how I get on with it!

    The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog

    1. It is definitely worth it! I would recommend maybe the smaller one to see how you get on with it, because I know not everyone will have the same results as I did, but just wanted to share my opinion. Thank you for reading the post!

      Belle xo