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Pixi Rose Tonic To-Go Nourishing Toner Pads

I love Pixi skincare, and I’m always intrigued whenever they launch a new product. The Pixi Rose Tonic To-Go Nourishing Toner Pads have launched alongside the Pixi Vitamin-C Tonic To-Go Brightening Toner Pads as the newest additions to Pixi’s range of toner soaked pads.


Pixi Rose Tonic To-Go Nourishing Toner Pads

The Pixi Glow Tonic is an exfoliative liquid toner which sloughs away dead skin cells, helps with any textural issues and leaves the skin looking brighter and smoother.

Following the global success of Glow Tonic, Pixi have extended their Tonic collection repeatedly, and the Rose Tonic is my personal favourite tonic after the Milky Tonic, so I love that Pixi have created a pad version for those that prefer using toner soaked pads, or just like the convenience of using pads within their skincare routine.

Everything you love about Rose Tonic, to go! Our Rose Tonic To-Go pads provide the same nourishing, alcohol free rose formula in every pad.

These pre-soaked pads are perfect for nourishing, hydrating and gentle toning for all skin types. Skin looks brighter and more even toned. The ultimate travel friendly, gentle skin nourishing toner.”

Key Benefits

  • Same nourishing, alcohol-free Rose Tonic formula
  • Purifies while rehydrating
  • Gentle & effective even on the most problematic complexions
  • The ultimate travel friendly toner

The original Pixi Rose Tonic is very gentle and soothing on the skin, and it’s obviously a lot gentler than the original Glow Tonic as it’s designed to nourish rather than exfoliate.

I personally really enjoy using toner pads as the bumpy surface of the pads help with additional exfoliation, so I’m looking forward to trying the Pixi Rose Tonic To-Go Nourishing Toner Pads.

Right now, the Pixi Rose Tonic To-Go Nourishing Toner Pads are exclusive to Target, where they’re on sale for $18, and you get 60 pads within the pot. I imagine they’ll launch at other Pixi stockists very soon, and I’ll be sure to share more information once they do.


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