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PIXI Hydrating Milky Mist Review

Monday, October 02, 2017
PIXI Hydrating Milky Mist Review

PIXI skincare has been on my wishlist for so long. I finally picked up the Glow Mud Cleanser and the Hydrating Milky Mist. I have been trying the mist out for over two months now and I have mixed thoughts on it. When skincare is more on the pricey side I expect it to wow me and work really well, does the milky mist wow me or is it just mediocre?

What does the Milky Mist claim to do?

"A deeply hydrating mist that provides an invisible layer of skin-soothers, making it the ultimate remedy for dry skin"

PIXI is higher priced than drugstore prices and on the lower price range of high end. My skin is extremely dehydrated and I suffer with dry patches around my cheeks. When I first sprayed this onto my face I was surprised at how lightweight the mist felt but it didn't feel extremely hydrating. I end up spraying quite alot of this product to get a decent amount of hydration to my skin. 

For a product which is aimed at dry skin types (mine is more combination) I expected this to be very hydrating but it just doesn't give me the moisture I need. If I am in a rush in the morning I will use this over some of my other sprays as it dries down quickly which makes it great to apply makeup on top of. In the evenings I like to use a spray that adds alot more hydration.

One point I definitely agree with is how it soothes skin. As I mentioned it is very lightweight on your skin and it doesn't irritate my sensitive skin on my cheeks. I've noticed area's where I have slight redness has reduced which is a bonus.

The PIXI Hydrating Milky Mist retails for £18 but I definitely won't be buying it again. When a product claims to be a "deeply hydrating" product I expect it to do that. Unless I spray an awful lot of the product each time I use it, it doesn't hydrate my skin that well. I don't want to have to spray alot of the product each time. 

Have you tried this? What do you think of it?
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