I’ve tried a lot of Pixi skincare in the last three years, and I’ve discovered some real favourites. The Pixi Rose Ceramide Cream is my saviour during the winter, and the Hydrating Milky Mist is a godsend for a boost of hydration. I’ve been trying the Pixi Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover for over a year now, in between testing over products, and it was one of those products I couldn’t make my mind up over until it had completely finished, and it was no longer in my collection.
Pixi Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover
“Remove your most long-wearing eye, lip and face makeup without stripping your skin of its essential moisture with Pixi’s Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover.“
The Pixi Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover is £24 and contains 150ml of product within a clear bottle, with a press pump dispenser. You just press your cotton pad down on the top of the pump, and the remover saturates the pad. I wish more skincare products had these pumps as it minimises the chance of tipping out too much product.
The Pixi Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover is very gentle on the skin, and the eyes. I find that the whole Pixi Milky collection is all about being soothing and gentle, so if you have sensitive skin, you’ll enjoy the range as a whole. I do find however, the formula is a little too gentle if that’s at all possible.
It’s just not as effective at makeup removal as I’d expect a makeup remover to be. It takes a lot of effort, and it’s not as if I’m wearing layers and layers of makeup. It works okay for face makeup, but considering it’s only 150ml for £24, it just doesn’t go very far as you need to use multiple cotton pads to remove your makeup.
I didn’t dislike the product, and like how soft it leaves my skin, but for makeup removal, I’d much prefer their Rose Cream Cleanser as it’s a lot more effective, and you only need a small amount of the cream cleanser for each use, so it’s better value too.
You can find the Pixi Hydrating Milky Makeup Remover right here.
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