Pixi Remedy Masks Review | Rose, Milky + Vitamin C

Launched in January as part of Pixi’s spring collection, Pixi Remedy Masks come in three different masks.I’ve been lucky enough to try all three and I’m so excited to try them out because I’ve grown from Pixi skin care series.

Pixi Remedy Mask Review | Rose, Milk + Vitamin C

Pixi Remedy Mask

Pixi Remedy Mask is £20 Each, which might sound expensive for Pixi. However, each of the three masks comes in a large plastic jar. I knew it was a big mask, but I didn’t expect that each mask has a 300ml product.

Pixi Remedy Mask Review | Rose, Milk + Vitamin C

Masks tend to be 50ml to 100ml so 300ml is a lot of product and they are designed for face and body use which explains why the jars are so big, they even come with a little spoon that fits in the groove in the jar side.

Pixi Remedy Mask

this Pixi Remedy Mask Available in three different versions to address different skincare concerns. Though like their mists, Pixi promotes a multi-mask skincare technique where you apply the mask to different parts of your face and body depending on your skincare concerns.

Pixi recommends using the following face masks in combination for different benefits;

  • nourish and revitalize: Apply rose on forehead and cheeks + apply vitamin C on nose, chin and neck
  • smoothing and moisturizing: Apply Milky on forehead and cheeks + Rose on nose, chin and neck.
  • Whitening and soothing: Apply vitamin C on forehead and cheeks + apply Milky on nose, chin and neck.

Pixi Remedy Mask Review | Rose, Milk + Vitamin C

Pixi Rose Repair Mask

tonic, Toning Jelly is rich in nutrients and botanicals to help refresh and deeply nourish your skin.Rose, Argan Oil, Cica and turmeric Refreshes, nourishes and hydrates.

Pixi Remedy Mask Review | Rose, Milk + Vitamin C

Pixi Milky Repair Mask

Soothing Toning Jelly is enriched with nutrients and botanicals to help rejuvenate the skin. A blend of Coconut, Oatmeal, Chamomile and Sea Buckthorn calms, soothes and hydrates. “

Pixi Remedy Mask Review | Rose, Milk + Vitamin C

Pixi Vitamin C Repair Mask

Brightening Toning Jelly is packed with nutrients and botanicals to help revitalize skin. A blend of Citrus, Green Tea, Ferulic Acid and Ginseng energizes, brightens and hydrates.

I think £20 is amazing for Pixi Remedy Masks as you’ll get at least 20 to 30 applications from one jar because a little goes a long way.

I personally prefer to use them as a body mask because I find rose and vitamin C masks to be very sticky, and I just don’t like masks, they make my skin feel sticky once you tear them off with a tissue.

Obviously, you can rinse them off, but I find that rinsing off has little effect, so I find it’s better to rinse them off with a paper towel, but you’ll be left with a sticky residue that feels like.

The Milky Remedy Mask is not sticky at all and is my favorite of the three masks. It’s lovely and soothing, and I’ve found it’s especially good for some really bad hives I’ve been dealing with for the last week.

While I won’t be repurchasing these three Pixi Remedy masks, I’m glad I got to try them all, and I think I personally prefer the other masks in the line.

You can find Pixi Remedy Masks right here.

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