The Pixi Glow Tonic has cult status within the beauty community and I feel like the only person that didn’t love it. I certainly didn’t hate it but there are other liquid exfoliative toners that I prefer like the Clinique Clarifying Lotion, Alpha H Liquid Gold and the Clarins Gentle Exfoliator Brightening Toner.
Although the Glow Tonic isn’t a favourite, lots of the other Pixi skincare products are such as the Pixi Ceramide Cream and the Rose Caviar Essence.
Following the huge global success of the Glow Tonic, Pixi have expanded their Glow range considerably and the Pixi On The Glow Multi Use Moisture Stick £18 is one of the newest products within the range.
“Travel friendly solid moisturizer. Use on face, lips, body & hair.“
- Formulated with a unique mix of Vitamin D2, gentle acids & vitamins to protect, treat and increase moisture level immediately & long term.
- Ginseng – Revitalizes & balances
- Glycolic Acid – Moisturizes & renews
- Vitamin D2 – Powerful antioxidant
How to use:
- Twist base to propel or repel product.
- Swipe gently onto skin.
- Pat excess into skin with fingertips. Close lid after.
The On The Glow Stick is unlike anything else I’ve seen before and I had no idea how to use it when I first got my hands on it, and if I’m honest I was a little put off by it.
I didn’t like the idea of having a solid stick which I’d swipe against the skin as I was worried about the germs as they could linger on the stick.
I got a grip and decided I had to try it after seeing multiple people include it within their beauty favourites. The stick can be used pretty much anywhere – the face, lips, body and hair, and is an handy solid format which is ideal for travel, especially after a day in the sun.
I do find the stick to be a little oily as if it’s an oil-based stick, and after swiping it across the skin it does leave a slight oily consistency on the skin which you do have to rub into the skin.
You can’t just swipe and go but it takes literally a second to rub it in so it’s still massively convenient and quick to use.
My favourite use for this stick has been after plucking my brows or using a dermaplane razor on my peach fuzz. It’s so gentle but it helps to hydrate the skin, and reduce any inflammation or dryness.
It’s fab for any part of the skin, but for me it’s really amazing post-shave and I feel like the glycolic acid helps to stop ingrowing hairs and it stops any texture issues.
If you pluck your brows or use a dermaplane razor on your peach fuzz, I cannot recommend the Pixi On The Glow Multi Use Moisture Stick enough. I’m so pleased I used it that way by chance as it’s made such a difference, and my foundation sits so nicely on my skin after using this stick.
Have you tried anything from the Pixi Skintreats range?
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