Even Pixi’s Need A Shot Of Vitamin C Y’know! | Pixi Vitamin C Range

I absolutely love anything that contains Vitamin c, as I think that it makes my Skin look and feel a lot healthier. That’s why when I had herd that Pixi had released a Vitamin C range that claims to brighten and even Skin Tone, I obviously had to hop onto their website and check everything out. Well after browsing their website for a good half an hour, I eventually picked up a Bottle of the Bitamin C Juice Cleanser, a Bottle of the Vitamin C Tonic, and a Bottle of the Vitamin C Serum, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Pixi say about all three amazing products.

The Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser.

Brightening Cleansing Water with stable Vitamin C for potent Antioxidant effect.

  •  A brightening Antioxidant Cleansing Water.
  • Ferulic Acid and probiotics help to preserve and protect Skin.
  • No need to rinse.

The Pixi Vitamin C Tonic.

Vitamin C has potent Antioxidant power, promotes healthy Collagen production and is known to boost Skin’s luminosity.

  • Probiotics help fortify Skin’s barrier while Willow Bark and Fruit Extracts gently exfoliate.
  • Alcohol Free.
  • Great for all Skin types.

The Pixi Vitamin C Serum.

A brightening and Anti-oxidant Serum that provides a boost of immediate and long term radiance.

  • Vitamin C & ferulic acid are proven to reduce the effects of sun damage & free radicals, helping to improve skin tone and creating a smoother complexion.
  • A tall cylindrical beige plastic bottle full of some clear liquid with a green label that has Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser written in bold gold writing on it, on a white background.

    A picture of the Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser.

The Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Orange Flower Water, Ascorbic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Orange Peel Oil, Grapefruit Peel Oil, Lactic Acid, Olive Fruit Oil, Lemon Peel Oil, Rice Callus Culture Extract, Willow Bark Extract, and Litsea Cubeba Oil, I thought that it had a delicious fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly sour Orange scent to it that kind of reminded me of a glass of Fresh Orange Juice.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Juice Cleanser, I thought that it felt extremely thin and watery, and was more like a thin and watery Micellar Water rather than a thin and balmy Juice Cleanser.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had pumped a little bit of it onto a Cotton Wool Round and had swiped it across my Face, it turned from an extremely thin and watery Micellar Water into a thin and balmy Facial Serum that set within a matter of seconds.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly squeaky clean, soft and smooth, but it also left it looking much brighter and radiant too.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Bottle with a clickable Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves. I also really liked that it had a Pump that you could put a Cotton Wool Round on and press down to release a little bit of the liquid.

A tall cylindrical beige plastic bottle full of some clear liquid with a green label that has Pixi Vitamin C Tonic written in bold gold writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Pixi Vitamin C Tonic.

The Pixi Vitamin C Tonic.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as even though it contained Grapefruit Water, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Ascorbic Acid, Lemon Peel Extract, Grapefruit Extract, Mandarin Orange Fruit Extract, Orange Peel Extract, Camellia Leaf Extract, Carrot Root Extract, Ferulic Acid, Peppermint Extract, Australian Lime Extract, Caffeine, Radish Root Extract, Yuzu Peel Extract, Soybean Oil, and Caster Oil, I thought that it had a delicious fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly sour Citrus scent to it that kind of reminded me of the scent you get whenever you zest an Orange.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Tonic, I thought that it felt incredibly thin and watery, and was more like a thin and watery Micellar Water rather than a thin and watery yet ever so slightly balmy Tonic.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had poured a little bit of it onto a Cotton Wool Round and had swiped it across my Face, it turned from a thin and watery Micellar Water into an incredibly thin and watery Facial Serum that set within a matter of seconds.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly silky soft, smooth, matte and plump, but it also left it looking more brighter and radiant too.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a tall cylindrical Plastic Bottle with a screw top Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

A short cylindrical clear glass bottle with a rubber pipette lid and a green label that has Pixi Vitamin C Serum written in bold gold writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Pixi Vitamin C Serum.

The Pixi Vitamin C Serum.

It’s scent.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of it’s scent, as even though it contained Ascorbic Acid, Grapefruit Water, Aloe Vera Leaf Juice, Lemon Peel Extract, Mandarin Orange Peel Extract, Ferulic Acid, Caffeine, Australian Lime Extract, Desert Lime Extract, Carrot Root Extract, Orange Peel Extract, Grapefruit Extract, Yuzu Peel Extract, Peppermint Extract, Tea Tree Leaf Extract, Retinol, Fermented Radish Root, Pomegranate Extract, and Soybean Oil, I thought that it had a very strange medicinal yet ever so slightly Citrusy scent to it that kind of reminded me of if they had blended a Glass of Orange Juice with an entire Bottle of Tea Tree Oil.

It’s consistency.

I really liked it’s consistency, as even though it was called a Facial Serum, I thought that it felt incredibly thin and watery, and was more like a thin and watery Micellar Water rather than a thick and oily Facial Serum.

What it did when I used it.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of what this did wen I used it, as once I had started to massage a little bit of it into my Skin, it turned from an incredibly thin and watery Micellar Water into a very thick and sticky Facial Serum that took quite a long time to eventually set.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly silky soft, smooth, hydrated and bouncy, but it also left it looking more brighter and radiant too.

It’s packaging.

I really liked it’s packaging, as this came in a small cylindrical Glass Bottle with a Pipette Lid that looked beautiful sat on my Beauty Shelves.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser a nine out of ten, the Pixi Vitamin C Tonic a nine out of ten, and the Pixi Vitamin C Serum a six point five out of ten. I really liked the Pixi Vitamin C Juice Cleanser, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly sour Orange scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I would really like to see it available as a Cream Cleanser for when my Skin is feeling a little bit dry. I really liked the Pixi Vitamin C Tonic , as I absolutely loved it’s fresh and zesty yet ever so slightly sour Citrus scent, it’s consistency, what it did when I used it, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I would have just preferred it to have had a Pump Lid. I really liked the Pixi Vitamin C Serum, as I absolutely loved it’s thin and watery consistency, it’s results, and it’s packaging, but I just wasn’t a massive fan of it’s strange medicinal yet ever so slightly citrusy scent, or that it became so thick and sticky when I used it.

If you would like to check out any of the Pixi Vitamin C range for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local Marks & Spencer store, buy it from Marks & Spencer online here, or you can find it online here.

Have you checked out anything from the Pixi Vitamin C range yet? What did you think of it? Do you think that Vitamin C helps your Skin look brighter too? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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