Pixi have some amazing releases recently, such as the beautiful On the Glow Blushers, but today I want to show you their recently launched line of Remedy Masks. There are three Remedy Masks in the range so far, the Rose Remedy Mask, the Vitamin-C Remedy Mask and the Milky Remedy Mask. Each mask comes in a generous pot with a spoon-style spatula slotted into the side packaging. This is a brilliant design that somehow feels both rustic and modern at the same time! I love that they come in an almost ice-cream-style pot with a spoon that assists you with decanting the product. All three masks are in a jelly/gel formula and come in 300ml pots.
The Rose Remedy Mask (£20 here – link) is designed to deeply nourish the skin, with some gorgeous ingredients alongside rose such as Argan Oil, Cica and Turmeric, all of which are fabulous for providing an anti-inflammatory treatment. Pixi are known for their rose skincare and I would assume this would fit right in with the rest of the range. My skin refuses to tolerate rose in skincare, so whilst I did give this a go and found it lovely and hydrating, I haven’t used it enough to give a full review, other than to say that it smells lovely and feels light and cooling on the skin.
The Vitamin-C Remedy Mask (£20 here – link) is designed to brighten and contains Green Tea, Ginseng and Ferulic Acid, providing a very mild exfoliating treatment. I really like this one as I found it to gently smooth and brighten skin without any harshness or aggressive exfoliation, so it’s an ideal treat for anyone using a highly active skincare routine as this will hit that skin-smoothing sweet spot without causing any irritation.
Finally, the Milky Remedy Mask (£20 here – link) is my favourite of the trio as this is pretty much everything I love in a mash. I always, always love a gel formula (especially when I’m in the bath!) as I like something that’s just going to give my skin a bit of a rest from all the makeup, heavy SPF and active skincare, so this mask ticks all of the boxes. It’s designed to sooth, containing oat, Chamomile and coconut and it feels really lovely on the skin, providing an instantly calming sensation. I reach for this one really regularly and it’ll be a repurchased when I run out.
I really like the new Pixi Remedy Masks as they are very much my kind of treatments. I love the fact that they are so generously sized (I’ve used the Milky one at least 5-6 times and I’ve barely scratched the surface as you only really need a large tablespoon to cover the whole face) and the design is fun too. I’d love to see them expand the range to include something that works for the Clarity line too, so hopefully we’ll see some extension products added soon!
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