Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi have released an amazing range of skincare products in the last few weeks which has seen their skincare range expand massively. Before their skincare range mainly consisted of their Glow Tonic Collection, but now they have multiple collections; Vitamin C, Collagen, Hydrating Milky and Rose Infused. I’ve got many of their new skincare products on my wishlist but I was lucky enough to be gifted the Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats which I’m currently testing. I know many bloggers have already reviewed the collection but it takes at least four weeks to test skincare products (it takes six weeks for a full skin cycle) so this is going to be more of an informational post, letting you know what you can find within the collection and I’ll be following up with reviews of the products I’ve not already reviewed here on my blog.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Tonic 100ml £10

Kicking off with the Pixi Rose Tonic which I already reviewed here, alongside the Retinol Tonic and original Glow Tonic. The tonics are all available in travel friendly 100ml sizes and a full size 250ml giving you the chance to try the trial size before committing to the full size. The Rose Tonic is naturally soothing and rich in nutrients, whilst helping to tone, balance pH, minimize redness and calm skin. It’s suitable for all skin types and contains Rose Hydrosol which hydrates and neutralizes skin. If you found the Glow Tonic to be too harsh or you didn’t the strong scent, the Rose Tonic would be a good alternative as it’s very gentle in terms of formula and scent, with a subtle rose scent which doesn’t linger on the skin like the Glow Tonic scent does.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist 80ml £16

The Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist is a product I featured here, as part of their #MultiMisting collection. Like the name suggests, the mist prolongs makeup wear and keeps it from moving, melting, and settling into fine lines or pores. It’s infused with rose water and green tea which comforts, protects and balances skin for a fresh face. I’ve mentioned before that I feel like the only person that didn’t love the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray as the high alcohol content really stung my skin, but I don’t have any sensitivity issues with this fixing mist. It feels as if it’s more of a skincare product on the skin, rather than a makeup step but it does help to lock in my makeup whilst also feeling a little nourishing at the same time.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Caviar Essence 45ml £26

The Rose Caviar Essence doesn’t get enough love in my opinion, and is one of the best Pixi skincare products I’ve tried thus far since I featured it here. The Pixi Rose Caviar Essence is encapsulated with flower oils which are suspended within weightless serum-essence melt onto the skin delivering fresh botanicals to hydrate and restore the skin’s brightness for optimum radiance. It is formulated with antioxidant rich natural oils to refine, tone and soften the skin and is suitable for all skin types. Within the concentrated essence there is Ylang Ylang, Damascus Rose and Rose Geranium to impart radiance and hydration to the skin. The essence is to be used after cleansing and toning as your first dose of moisture, and it really does feel like a watery gel based serum which absorbs instantly and I like to follow with my serum and moisturiser of choice.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Flash Balm 45ml £26

The Flash Balm is the last product within the Pixi Rose Collection I’ve already tried and featured (here). The Flash Balm is an 3-in-1 oil free balm which moisturises and brightens, and can be used as a revitalising mask as well as a primer to prep the skin prior to makeup application. It’s suitable for all skin types, and can be used both morning and night. The balm can be used to seal moisture into the skin, and when using as an hydrating primer you simply apply a coin sized amount to the skin in a thin layer, and for use as a soothing, revitalising and hydrating facial mask you simply apply a more generous layer and leave for 10-15 minutes. The Pixi Rose Flash Balm is infused with rose water which is rich in antioxidants and helps to balance PH levels. Rose extract calms any redness and soothes the skin, olive leaf extract; a soothing super food, leaves the skin feeling nourished, and it’s a great product to have within your collection as it has so many uses.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Makeup Melting Cleansing Cloths x 10

I can’t find these cleansing wipes anywhere on the Pixi website, but they’re a chamomile and rose infused version of their existing Makeup Melting Cleansing Cloths in a 10 wipe trial pack, whereas their original wipes contains chamomile and grape seed oil. I hope they choose to launch these wipes soon as I think rose lovers will really enjoy these. The cloths are designed to quickly remove makeup including waterproof makeup, whilst calming the skin and keeping it clean and balanced. Makeup wipes get such a bad rep, but I personally don’t see the issue with using them for makeup removal and I believe it’s better to use a quality wipe like these, than to skip cleansing your skin altogether.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Ceramide Cream 50ml £24

Out of all the Pixi Rose Collection products, the first product I grabbed and smothered all over my face was this Pixi Rose Ceramide Cream. I’ve had a really horrible cold for nearly two weeks and my skin is exceptionally dry from blowing my nose a million times, and my skin has been so dry it’s actually hurt. Pixi describe the cream as being ultra rich is all I needed to read before knowing I needed to layer it onto my skin and a skintreat it really was. It’s infused with Ceramides and Rose Oil to deeply hydrate the skin for a healthier, more supple appearance and feel whilst antioxidant-rich botanicals help to improve skin’s elasticity while protecting against environmental aggressors. My review of this product is going to be a rave review so stay tuned…

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser 135ml £18

I’m a big fan of cream cleansers as I like how enjoyable they are to use as you massage them into the skin to break down your makeup. Described as being a gentle, soothing cleanser with mineral rich mud cleanses skin as it helps strengthen & soften. It contains rose and avocado to condition, and chamomile and aloe vera to soothe. It’s suitable for all skin types, even very sensitive which is fab if their other cleansers aren’t gentle enough for your sensitive skin.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Oil Blend 30ml £26

The Pixi Rose Oil Blend isn’t a new product but it’s a product I’ve never tried before but during the winter months, I swear by facial oils for helping to recoup lost moisture and help my foundation and concealer to sit nicely on my dry patches. This oil has a botanical blend infused with a powerful complex of youth-preserving oils to help improve skin’s elasticity and glow, with sweet almond, rosehip, jojoba, pomegranate seed, and rose geranium oils nourish the complexion. Again it’s another one of all skin types and can be applied AM and PM by massaging 2-3 drops onto cleansed and toned skin.

Pixi Rose Collection Skintreats

Pixi Rose Collection Pixi Rose Glow Mist 80ml £16

The final product within the Pixi Rose Collection is their Pixi Rose Glow Mist which joins their range of facial mists. The mist is packed with seven flower oils, essential fatty acids and antioxidants with a bi-phase formula. It claims to leave skin with a natural glow and also moisturises the skin, improves elasticity and provides free radical protection. It contains rose oil to moisturiser and restore and argan oil to hydrate and smooth.

I’ll be featuring the products I haven’t already featured on my blog, over the coming weeks but let me know if there’s a particular product from the collection you’d like to see first.

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