Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser – Review

Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser

I absolutely love Pixi. Their Glow range is my favourite & their packaging is super cute! I also love rose scented things so… I couldn’t help myself!

I’ve never tried any of the Rose range from Pixi, so I was a little disappointed when I first smelt this – I feel like it smells nothing like roses! Or is it just me?

Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser

It’s got a super creamy texture & has a tinted pink shade to it! I first tried using this as a makeup remover. I wet my face & massaged it in for around a minute, then washed it off with a warm, damp flannel. It didn’t really remove much of my makeup, my second cleanse got a hell of a lot more makeup off, so that wasn’t great!

I then thought I’d try using it in the mornings as a refreshing cleanse as all it would have to do is take the nights grime & excess oil away. I felt like no matter how much I scrubbed – which I don’t like to do in the mornings – it still felt like I had a layer of the cleanser on my skin. It felt thick and slightly greasy on my skin.

It maybe because I do have oily/combination skin to begin with. This cleanser might be perfect if you have normal or dry/sensitive skin – I bet it would be extremely soothing & calming on irritated skin, especially with rose extracts in.

If you have oily skin like me, you might find the same thing, my face just felt dirty still after using this, which is disappointing! Have you used any of the other Rose range? I’d love to know how the rest feels, I’m intrigued by the Rose Caviar Essence – it looks so gorge!

You can find this in Boots (affiliate link below) for £18 – they normally have great offers on too, so keep an eye out for them!

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