Pixi Glow Mud Mask Review

Pixi’s Glow Mud Mask costs £18 for a 45ml tube. The one I have pictured here is actually a mini 15ml tube but I have bought the 45ml one before. It sounds like a small amount of product for £18, however, a little of this product goes a long way so it lasts longer than you may think! It’s quite an unusual gel-like consistency that spreads easily and you only need a thin layer.

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This is a clay mask that is a dark grey colour and, in addition to the clay, contains sea salt, aloe vera, rosemary, ginseng and jojoba. Once applied, it tightens as it dries but it is not uncomfortable and is very gentle. It has quite a strong fragrance to it but I actually quite like the smell! I’ve never had any bad reaction or sensitivity from this mask.

You leave the mask on for about 15 minutes or however long until it feels dry. Something I love about this mask is that as it dries, I can see all these little black dots forming where it has gotten into my pores! My pores are huge on my cheeks and nose so I find it really satisfying and crazy seeing how many black dots form! The fact it does this though makes me think it really is able to get into my pores and draw some impurities out. When I’ve had spots I also think it helps to bring them to a head and to help the healing process.

The mask is easy to remove with a damp, warm cloth. Afterwards, my skin feels soft, not dried out and like it has been well cleansed. Visibly, it doesn’t instantly make a massive difference but I’ve never used a mask that has made a dramatic difference straight after use. I think this mask gives a good cleanse and can help to heal and prevent congestion in the skin.

I really enjoy using this mask. It feels like a real pamper, quite luxurious and I find the way the black dots form satisfying! It is fairly expensive but I promise you only need to use a little each time so it does provide good value in the end. It is something I would repurchase again.

Love Nicole xxxx

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