I don’t focus on skincare enough on my blog, and the Pixi T-Zone Peel-Off Mask featured in my 2019 project pan as something I’d like to use more, so that’s what I’m reviewing for you today.
This comes in the classic Pixi green colour in a squeezy plastic tube with gold lettering and a screw cap. I prefer a squeezy tube for this sort of mask because it makes it easy to get the product out and is hygienic.
This retails for £18 in the UK and can be purchased from Pixi stockists like Boots, Marks & Spencers and Cult Beauty. You get 45ml of product in here, making this face mask in the mid-price range.
The mask itself is a metallic green colour that’s pretty much the same colour as the green tube. I find this super fun to apply but the mask is quite a thick and sticky texture so it can get messy.
This is a peel-off mask designed for use just in the t-zone as it claims to detoxify skin, remove impurities and oil. What I like about this is that the peel-off aspect is actually pretty good. It takes about 10-15 minutes to completely dry depending on how thick you apply it but, once it’s dry, it really does peel off way better than any other peel-off maks I’ve tried. The only issue I have here is that the texture makes even application quite difficult.
I didn’t think to take before and after photos, but I do think this mask definitely does something for my skin. It does reduce oil, though no more than any other product does and it does make my skin feel fresh. I can still see my pores and some blackheads after using it and it’s not one of those masks that physically pulls the junk out of your skin but I can see some difference and I do enjoy using it.
Overall, the Pixi T-Zone Mask isn’t an essential face maks that I would rush out to repurchase but it’s fun to try if you enjoy peel-off masks and I do think it works to some extent.
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