The Pixi Remedy Masks launched back in January, as part of the Pixi spring collection, with three different masks. I was kindly gifted all three to try out, and I was excited to try them as I’ve found some holy grail skincare products from the Pixi skincare range.
Pixi Remedy Masks
The Pixi Remedy Masks are £20 each, which might sound expensive for Pixi. However, each of the three masks come in a large plastic jar. I knew they were large masks, but I didn’t expect them to each contain 300ml of product.
Masks tend to be 50ml to 100ml, so 300ml is a lot of product, and they’re designed for use on the face and body, which explains why the jars so large, and they even come with a little scoop which fits into a groove on the side of the jar.
The Pixi Remedy Masks are available in three different versions, to treat different skincare concerns. Although like their mists, Pixi promote the multi-masking skincare technique, where you can apply the masks to different areas of your face and body, depending on your different skincare concerns.
Pixi recommend combining the following masks for different benefits;
- Nourishing & Energizing: apply Rose to forehead and cheeks + apply Vitamin C to nose, chin and neck
- Smoothing & Hydrating: apply Milky to forehead and cheeks + apply Rose to nose, chin and neck.
- Brightening & Soothing: apply Vitamin C to forehead and cheeks + apply Milky to nose, chin and neck.
Pixi Rose Remedy Mask
Nourishing, toning jelly packed with nutrients and botanicals to help refresh and deeply nourish your skin. Blend of Rose, Argan Oil, Cica and Turmeric refreshes, nourishes and hydrates.
Pixi Milky Remedy Mask
“Soothing, toning jelly packed with nutrients and botanicals to help revive your skin. Blend of Coconut, Oat, Chamomile and Sea Buckthorn calm, soothe and hydrate.”
Pixi Vitamin C Remedy Mask
“Brightening, toning jelly packed with nutrients and botanicals to help refresh and revitalise your skin. Blend of Citrus, Green Tea, Ferulic Acid and Ginseng energises, brightens and hydrates.“
I think £20 is amazing for the Pixi Remedy Masks, as you’re going to get at least twenty to thirty applications from the one jar, as a little goes a long way.
I personally prefer them as body masks, as I find the Rose and Vitamin C masks to be quite sticky, and I just don’t enjoy masks which leave my skin feeling sticky and tacky, once you’ve tissued them off.
Obviously, you can rinse them off, but I feel like the benefits are minimal after rinsing them off, so I’ve found it better to tissue them off, but you’re then left with the sticky residue sensation.
The Milky Remedy Mask isn’t sticky at all, and is my favourite from the three masks. It’s lovely and soothing, and I’ve found it to be particularly great for treating some really bad hives I’ve been dealing with this past week.
Whilst I wouldn’t repurchase the three Pixi Remedy Masks, I’m glad I was able to try them all, and I think I’d personally much prefer their other masks in the range.
You can find the Pixi Remedy Masks right here.