Reviewed: Pixi Glow Mud Mask

To me, mud masks can be really hit or miss. More often than not, they do nothing but dry my skin out. I’m always intrigued by Pixi’s products though, so I decided to give their Glow Mud Mask a try and also because I’m a marketing sponge for the word “glow”. Anyway, the verdict: this is good, really good.

I’ve repurchased this multiple times, that’s how good it is. Pixi describes this product on their website as “a 15 minute facial. This mineral-rich treatment absorbs oil, draws out impurities, fights breakouts, and provides an energizing complexion boost. Enriched with purifying Kaolin and Sea Salt and balancing Ginseng and Aloe Vera, Pixi Glow Mud Mask clay revitalizes skin for a glowing complexion”. I can honestly say it lives up to the claims. As it dries down, you can see imperfections being drawn from the pores but it’s not at all drying. Rinse off after 15 minutes with a warm washcloth and skin is clean, clear, calm and glowing.

I experienced no dryness, no breakouts and no irritation from this mask. This visibly cleanses pores deeply and I honestly have nothing bad to say about this product. It’s a welcome addition to my skincare routine. At $30CAD, I would say this product falls somewhere in between the drugstore price point and higher-end brand price points. So it’s not cheap, but it’s not ridiculously expensive either when considering the skincare spectrum. Nonetheless, I find this product to be worth the money and will continue to repurchase. If you’re in the market for a new cruelty-free (and vegan) cleansing mask or are on the fence about trying this one, I definitely recommend giving this one a try.


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