Before we begin, I must state that I received these products courtesy of Pixi Beauty. That being said, as always, this review is entirely unbiased and are my own opinions.
Pixi Beauty sent over some of their skincare products from the #SkinTreats line and I was so. over-the-moon. excited. to get these.
No BS, I love Pixi. I have said it before and I’ll say it again but thus far, everything I have tried from the brand has been stellar– Both from the makeup and skincare categories. This new slew of goodies is no exception!
I’ve been trying out their Peel & Polish concentrate, T-Zone Peel-Off Mask, Glow Mud Mask,
The Peel & Polish reminds me a lot of my favorite Microdelivery wash by Philosophy– except better! The base product is creamier and feels more lush on the skin and the scent is ever-so-slightly citrus smelling. Plus, you can leave it on the skin for a few minutes to have the product act as a peel. I can’t really speak to THAT side of this product but as for the physical exfoliation, I really enjoy it.
The T-Zone Peel-off Mask is your typical peel-off mask. This one is metallic light green when applied and peels off easily in one attempt, which is my main benchmark when judging a peel-off mask. There is nothing more annoying and less satisfying than a mask that breaks off into a bunch of pieces when you attempt to remove it. I haven’t noticed any signs purging when I remove this mask (blackheads, etc) so it probably isn’t the best if you’re looking for something Biore Pore Strip-like. As for a light exfoliation? It’s good!
I have owned Pixi’s Glow Mud Mask in the past and it is a super solid mud mask. Applies evenly (I’m looking at you, GlamGlow) and dries fully in about ten minutes. That’s the perfect amount of time between “getting a short activity done” and “forgetting this mask is on and leaving it on for an hour”. Speaking of, that could totally happen with this mask because it didn’t pull my skin or feel tight after those initial ten minutes. I absolutely feel this mask absorbs the oils on the face with ease. A good mud
My FAVORITE product from this grouping of products was their Detoxifeye eye masks. These buggers come packed like sardines in their container and you get such a huge bang for your buck. You get SIXTY eye masks for $24 ($28 at Target). They don’t slide down your face, which means you can mask while getting shit done. That’s my biggest qualm with masks is that when I have them on, I feel like I have to lay back and “rest” for fifteen minutes. I don’t have time for that! These were hella hydrating and stayed put for the whole time. I am a huge fan of these. They’re even a bit glittery (which just makes the application process more fun!)
The last product I tried was the GLOW sheet mask. These come in a pack of three for just $10. I’m not a huge fan of sheet masks for a handful of reasons.. one of which being what I just explained above. I hate that I can’t be mobile with them on although I do have to say, this one didn’t slip around all too much. It leaves my face feeling hydrated afterward and I liked that there was some extra serum leftover that I could rub into my skin further hydration and benefits.
2019 is shaping up to be the year of Pixi! They’ve launched so many new products and I am so genuinely excited that I get to try them out and share my thoughts with you all. There are two different eye masks in their collection (the other is called Fortifeye) and my next “to try” will be that one.
Until next time! Thanks for reading.
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