Friday, 12 September 2014

Pixi Glow Tonic available in Liberty and GWP


Good news Londiniums! The now infamous Glow Tonic from Pixi is available instore at Liberty from today.

And even better, it coincides with the as-per-usual brilliant GWP from Liberty shown below:


I understand that GWP has already sold out online but you should have more luck instore.

The gift is yours when you spend over £150 and is worth over £300.

WWW.LIBERTY.CO.UK

WWW.PIXIBEAUTY.CO.UK

12 comments:

  1. That giveaway, OH!
    Can you buy pixi in Boots?
    alicekatex ♥

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    1. Unfortunately not, I wish they would stock it :-( That gift with purchase looks AMAZING! Emma x
      http://themusingsofem.blogspot.co.uk/

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    2. As far as I know Pixi Tonic is not available in Boots, but if you walk 50 metres from Liberty, down Carnaby St and turn right, you can buy Pixi Glow Tonic in the Pixi shop in Fouberts Place. :)

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  2. You are a wicked woman Ms Hirons ;) It's payday on Monday too......(sends email of apology on to bank manager...) xx

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  3. Don't think so but either in store at Pixi or now Liberty and online from Pixi's site.
    Lisa

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  4. Hi! I love the way you write, it's a pleasure to read. I recently started to educate myself about skincare, and came across some comments about dimethicone and that it could clog pores and cause acne, oiliness and impurities. I read in another post from you that you think it's more okay in make-up than in moisturisers. What is true in all this? I'm super confused. I understand that you might not have time to answer, but I would really love it if you made a post about these things, maybe examples of some good moisturisers and things like that. Have a great weekend! /Caroline in Sweden :)

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  5. hi caroline

    i know you are up to your ears with messages looking for help but do you mind if i email you some pics, the sides of my face are going fiery red and hot after doing the facial massage with my cleanse, am using boots botanics cleanser at the moment but it also happens when i use clarins extra comfort cream. i notice the redness appearing after the facial massage and lasts for about 30-40 minutes after i've cleansed/toned/moisturized. is this normal? thanks x

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  6. I bought 3 bottles of the pixi glow tonic only to find out my skin reacts badly to glycolic acid. :(

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  7. Ah, to live in London... Thank god for online shopping

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  8. Finally got my hands on a bottle of Glow tonic and oh the disappointment! Mine seems to be bright orange (not at all how it looks in most pictures - especially on this site) and I hate to say it but it smells horrible! It's a bit like a bouquet of flowers that's been in the water too long... Am sticking with FAB beauty radiance pads - they are really fab!

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    1. Pictures online are often taken using a very bright light that makes things look different in tone and colour to how they look in real life. The smell of Pixi does divide people, but once you've used it you can't smell it anymore. What's important is that it works. It's perfect to start off anyone new to acids (twas my first foray into them) and can help gauge how your skin will react. It's mild enough to use every day, but I also now mix up the evening acids with a mixture of 10% and 20%, glycolic/salicylic/malic/ascorbic. I've heard great things about the FAB pads, but they're not available anywhere near where I live, so I'd have to do an online purchase, but I really like the Bliss Incredi-peel pads which I use once or twice a week. I guess it's all horses-for-courses though. What works for one might not work for the next person; it's just great to see that there's a lot of choice out there with lots of options re type of acid and strengths so that we can all find the right products for our skin. I'm definitely a convert to Pixi though and will recommend it to anyone wanting to start out with acid toning.

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