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Pixi Drops Two Skincare Ranges And A New Version Of The Cult Glow Tonic

Pixi Drops Two Skincare Ranges And A New Version Of The Cult Glow Tonic

Skincare brand Pixi, which created the industry-loved Glow Tonic, is back with two brand new collections to give you the best complexion of your life.

The company has just added a number of new products to its already extensive range, one of which includes a vitamin-boosted version of the cult glow tonic that's had skincare savvies singing its praises overs its spot and blemish banishing powers.

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And there is now the Glow line as well as the Vitamin C range each suited to different skincare needs. Not sure which one will be suited to you? Vitamin C packs brightening properties and Glow boosts skin luminosity.

Prices in the new Glow range start at just £10, and there's also innovative new products including the On-The-Glow moisturising stick (£18).

The glow stick is 'formulated with a unique mix of Vitamin D2, gentle acids & vitamins to protect, treat and increase moisture level immediately and long term'.

Credit: Pixi
Credit: Pixi
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Also included in the Glow range is the tonic cleansing gel (£18), tonic serum (£26), and glycolic boost sheet masks, which come with three in a pack (£10).

And over in the Vitamin C department, a new version of the tonic is arguably the stand-out product boasting a 'potent antioxidant power' to promote healthy collagen production and boost skin luminosity.

Like most products in the new range, the tonic is £18 a pop like original version and you can buy a mini 100ml version for £10.

Other products in the Vitamin C range are a serum (£26), caviar balm (£24), lotion (£24), and juice cleanser (£18) as well as a 'best of' multipack of the hero products for just £20.

Credit: Pixi
Credit: Pixi

The intriguing caviar balm is described as an 'encapsulated vitamin mask' for ultra soft skin with an extra glowy boost.

And the juice cleanser contains Ferulic acid and probiotics help to preserve and protect skin.

Bank cards at the ready, you can view the full collection here.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Pixi

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Skincare

Rachel Andrews

Rachel Andrews is an NCTJ trained Journalist at PRETTY52. She specialises in Fashion and Beauty Journalism, and has experience at a range of online and print publications and joined the team in 2017. Contact her - [email protected]

 

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