Pixi Beauty Peel and Polish Review

Pixi Beauty Peel and Polish Review

INTRODUCING THE "GAME-CHANGER SERIES" BY SARAH BROOKS (AKA @HYDRATEDHO) AND OUR NEW CONTRIBUTING BEAUTY EDITOR.

 

GAME CHANGER SERIES III | PIXI BEAUTY PEEL AND POLISH

 

Skin type: I became fascinated obsessed with skincare after realizing that my oily/acne prone skin was actually just dehydrated. Since this discovery, I’ve been focused on incorporating comforting moisturizers and oils into my routine

Why “Game Changer”: I decided to embark on this series of sharing my “Game Changer” products in order to feed my relentless addiction of testing out every single beauty item until I find the best of the best.

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Since discovering the magical brightening abilities of AHAs and BHAs, I have been on the hunt for most efficient product to deliver these powers. After trying out cult status exfoliates all the way from the Ordinary toning solution to Sunday Riley’s Good Genes, I discovered Pixi’s Peel and Polish on a late night wander through the beauty aisles of Target.

Peel and Polish is a quick, 3-5 minute mask that’s chock full of lactic acid and sunflower seed oil, that gently exfoliates while hydrating—the ultimate recipe for baby soft skin. I have long been a skeptic of products that claim to instantly brighten your skin, but this treatment is a standout among the sea of glow-promising products.

With 2-3x weekly use, my skin has been sizably brighter and less congested. This treatment is definitely on the gentler side; so seasoned acid users might choose to leave this on a bit longer. But, if you’re new to acids or have sensitive skin, this is the perfect place to start!

Available here, approx. NZ $45.58

 

Aka the @hydratedho. The Texas native, 100% skincare obsessed. When she is not impulse buying beauty products, you can probably find her at a plant shop or hanging out with her Corgi. Currently in the pursuit of baby soft skin and fluffy eyebrows.