Pixi | Peel & Polish review & Giveaway!!

Hi Cherubs!

Happy Friday, I hope your week has been a good one and your weekend is promising. I have a really exciting post today, my first proper giveaway and its open worldwide because why not hey! I was kindly sent 3 of the new Pixi Peel & Polish and I've already given one to a friend so I thought I would do a spontaneous giveaway with the last one, I will explain how to enter later on in the post ๐Ÿ‘€

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Pixi - Peel & Polish | I was extremely excited when I received this in the mail, I am a big fan of Pixi skincare range, one of my favourite products is the Glow Mud Cleanser which I blogged about here
The only time i've ever had a peel is when i've had a professional facial which has only happened twice in my life... I know I am failing as a human being. So this at home professional salon peel concept is very exciting and also much more purse-friendly. A facial can cost you anywhere between $60 - $300+. 

The packaging is on point and is easily a recognisable Pixi product, I love this type of tube too as it means no product waste, it's also not too big so perfect for travelling with. I am a big sophisticated and fresh scent lover and this is a perfect hybrid of the two, you can definitely smell the cucumber in this peel. 
The consistency is as you would expect from a peel, a fine gritty lotion and this Pixi peel is made from sugar to extract and polish the skin (i'm a big fan of sugar scrubs and I use one for my body by Soap and glory FYI) I've been using this twice a week concentrating the product around my nose and cheeks as thats where I get the most annoying blackheads and dry skin. Pixi recommend using the peel in the AM and or PM 2-3 times per week, applying to a dry face and neck and leave on for around 5 mins, then rince off and pat dry. If you want a more intense polish then Pixi recommends gently massaging the face and neck with your fingertips in circular motions which I have been doing as my skin has got so dry since being pregnant. 
Because the product is so gritty it does take me a while to make sure I've removed all the peel, so to do this I use a warm damp flannel rest it on my face for a few seconds and then I gently remove, I do this step twice with a warm flannel and then a final time with a cold flannel, this is just what has worked for me. Also applying a cold compress helps with any redness after a peel/exfoliation.
My skin tends to be quite sensitive but has worked really well with this peel, the skin around my nose and cheeks is a little red after but thats because I do concentrate the product there just to help with removing my blackheads (which it does quite well๐Ÿ‘) But my skins softness is unreal, it has made such a difference using this twice a week, it takes the dullness away and leaves baby soft skin, I still have a few blackheads but I personally think the only real way to get rid of them is by extraction and i'm too much of a wimp to do that myself! 
This is a brand new product by Pixi and it costs $24 which is so good for such a professional peel, I love it and I would purchase it myself, buy here


All you have to do to enter my giveaway for your chance to win a Peel & Polish for yourselves:

Follow me on Instagram @sarahsatongar
Like my photo of Pixi Peel & Polish
Tag one of your friends in the comments

I will announce the winner by direct message next Friday, 23/06
And thats it!

Good luck to you all ๐Ÿ’•

Love Sarah

1 comment

  1. Good to know about the giveaway offer that seems interesting and I would like to have. I agree with your opinion that the consistency is as you would expect from a peel, a fine gritty lotion and this Pixi peel is made from sugar to extract and polish the skin.


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