So I have some news for you: there’s a dupe product for the iconic Pixi Glow Tonic. Yes, an actual dupe which is sending beauty bloggers and skincare enthusiasts crazy!
I feel awful sharing the news in one sense, because I’m a hug fan of the cult product, and purchase it myself with cold hard cash. I don’t rely on blogger freebies or gifting, I genuinely buy the Pixi Glow Tonic as a toning step after I have cleansed. It retails at £18, and has won so many awards for delivering fresh, cleansed, glowing and radiant complexions across the UK.
I even featured it in my vlog all about my struggle with acne, and the products along the way that HAVE made a difference:
I start talking about the acne products which help – including the Pixi Glow Tonic – from 4 minutes 30 in.
SO. There’s now a dupe. And its the Superdrug Naturally Radiant Glycolic Tonic. And it costs just £5.99. Pixi – I’m sorry!
I’ve been using it for the past fortnight and I do find it does just as good a job. I used it the same way – swiping around my face with a cotton round after cleansing and before moisturising. Its formulated with a unique energising complex and infused with Kiwi Fruit and Mulberry extracts, to help revive skin’s radiance and even out skin tone. In the same way as the Glow Tonic, its highly concentrated in Glycolic Acid, a powerful Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA), to refine pores, retexturises the skin, smooth fine lines, and provide a brighter, healthier and more youthful complexion.
For those who aren’t too clued up on Glycolic Acid, its an effective Alpha Hydroxy Acid which retexturises the skin’s surface, helping to fade pigment irregularities and smooth fine lines and wrinkles for a brighter, more youthful complexion.
Its also loaded with Kiwi Fruit extract – a rich source of Vitamin C renowned for its remarkable ability to help brighten and even out skin tone, while also providing antioxidant protection against free radicals.
The Mulberry Fruit extract is said to have naturally strong brightening properties, which can help to reduce discolouration and even out skin tone.
Overall, I can’t fault the product and I’m enjoying using it. I still have some of my Pixi Glow Tonic left which I’ll be using, but this Superdrug version is incredible for buying on a budget.
Have you discovered any dupes of your favourite products lately? If so, feel free to share! Always keen to discover more…