First up is the Peel & Polish ($24), a fruity exfoliator treatment that can be used 2 to 3 times a week. It’s easy to put on – apply the product and wash it off after 2 minutes. The result is baby smooth skin, that isn’t dry or flaky. Scrubs are not a favorite but this feels gentle enough for my skin.
An exfoliator making a comeback in my routine is the Glow Mud Mask ($22). This is their signature 15-minute facial, boasting cleansing and purifying effects. When using it, my skin does feel as if all of the dirt and grime from the past day had been washed right off. It just works so well with my #oilyskin and detoxifies and exfoliates my skin thoroughly.
The T-Zone Peel-Off Mask ($22) purifies pores with avocado and green tea. This peel-off mask almost like a pore strip but gentler. However, this is not my preferred way of cleansing my pores.
To nourish the skin, there’s GLOW Glycolic Boost ($10) sheetmask. Glow is an appropriate name for this product since it does exactly that to my face. My skin doesn’t only feel hydrated afterward but has a supple texture, both of which lend to my face looking more youthful. Because of that, this mask is perfect for winding down after a long day.
A favorite out of the bunch is the DetoxifEYE ($24) to depuff, nourish, and revive the under eyes with hyaluronic acid, caffeine, cucumber, and gold.
I have been using this eye mask almost every night since I got it because it just treats my dry under eyes so good. It hydrates and nourishes my eye area, making my face look healthier and more awake in the mornings.
All in all, Pixi’s exfoliating and nourishing masks are a great fit for many of us who want extra care in my skincare. For oily skin, you can’t go wrong with the Glow Mud Mask and those who have dry under eyes would have a field day with DetoxifEYE.