Three Products for Glowy Skin | Pixi Beauty

*Products mentioned in this post were sent for free. All opinions are my own*

Let’s talk about some affordable skin care products from Pixi Beauty. I mentioned these products in my updated skin care routine, but never got around to reviewing them. Here are three products for glowy skin.

Pixi Beauty is an awesome, affordable, cruelty free brand. It’s really everything I’m looking for in a beauty brand. I have a few products to talk about with you today, but I have even more from Pixi that I’ll be posting about soon.

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First, let’s talk about the Pixi Glow Mud Cleanser.

It’s a deep pore cleansing mud with 5% glycolic acid. It gently exfoliates your skin while enhancing your complexion. I’ve been using this cleanser most days because I find it leaves my skin very soft and glowy, without giving my face the dry and tight feeling some cleansers do.

Next is the Pixi Overnight Glow Serum.

This is a serum that works while you sleep. It contains 10% glycolic acid to brighten your complexion and reduce the appearance of sun spots, dark spots, and fine lines. I use this a few times a week as well and I find that it does give my skin a nice glow. It sinks in quickly and doesn’t dry out my skin.

Lastly, we have the Pixi Glow Tonic To Go.

These are pre-soaked pads that are perfect for travel, but I find them easier than buying the Glow Tonic in the bottle and soaking a cotton pad. I’m lazy and this is easier for me. I used to be horrible with skincare and these are super convenient so I don’t find it tedious. These contain 5% glycolic acid to tone, brighten, hydrate, and gently exfoliate. I use these every other night, in rotation with my DermOrganic toner.

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Are these really three products for glowy skin?

The combination of these products has really helped to brighten my skin, as well as to diminish my acne scars. They’re slowly fading and I credit it to these products. I really love the combination of these products and I think they’d work for multiple skin types. I have dry/combo skin lately, where the majority of my face is dry but I have an oily t-zone, for reference.

If you’ve tried these, let me know what you think! I also have a scrub from Pixi Beauty that I’ll be reviewing very soon.

You can find these products and more on Pixi’s website!

Thanks for reading!


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