Pixi Rose Tonic Review

Pixi Rose Tonic Review-

Hello pretties!

I have been using rose water since my school days- at least for 12 years that is ^_^ It started with Dabur Gulabari, then moved on to other variants but I always kept a bottle for instant toning & hydration 🙂 After I finished the Forest Essentials rose water I had brought here, I hunted around for a substitute & settled for the Pixi Rose tonic which is not pure rose water by any means but a rose tonic with good additives & also because I am a fan of their Glow Tonic. Let’s move ahead!

Pixi Rose Tonic Review

Pixi Rose Tonic Review

What Pixi Says-

Soothe and nourish your skin with Pixi’s Rose Tonic, a beautifully natural, indulgent addition to your skin care regime. Rich in nutrients, this tonic is a rose hydrosol based toner that hydrates and neutralises the skin’s pH, normalising hydration levels and gently removing impurities to leave skin at its radiant best. It’s also infused with elderflower to tone skin, minimising redness and refreshing to leave your complexion cool, calm and collected. Perfect used morning and night after cleansing, this is paraben-free, not tested on animals and suitable for all skin types, so you can welcome it to your ritual safe in the knowledge that it will do only good.


Pixi Rose Tonic Ingredients

Pixi Rose Tonic Ingredients

Water/Aqua/Eau, Rosa Damascena Flower Water, Propanediol, Glycerin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Sodium PCA, Peg-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Triethyl Citrate, Rose Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Rosa Canina Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, Sambucus Nigra Flower (Elder Flower) Extract, Chamomilla Recutita (Matricaria) Flower Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Betaine, Sodium Citrate, Montmorillonite, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Ethylhexylglycerin, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate

Price: 10 GBP for 100 ml & 18 GBP for 250 ml in UK.

My take on the Pixi Rose Tonic-

The packaging is the same as the famous glow tonic from Pixi– in a sturdy plastic bottle with a nozzle mouth & screw-on cap. This bottle is pink tinted to match the variant & comes in 2 sizes so that it can be both used & traveled with easily.

Pixi Rose Tonic Packaging

Pixi Rose Tonic Packaging

The tonic is colorless, watery & extremely cooling & non-sticky 🙂 I love how it freshens up my skin any time & every time ^_^ I have been using this as a toner everyday & simply love it for the freshness it imparts along with subtle hydration <3 It does not make my dry skin drier or leave behind any residue. My skin at once looks fresher, plumper & well rested 🙂

Pixi Rose Tonic

Pixi Rose Tonic

I often use this to freshen up after a long, tired day or apply liberally after shaving/waxing 🙂 It soothes my skin very well & prevents itches & rashes.

The fragrance is a very genuine rose fragrance which is lovely & mild, fading within a few moments of application 🙂

Pros of the Pixi Rose Tonic:

1> Sturdy, convenient & travel friendly packaging 🙂

2> Cooling, watery texture which instantly freshens skin.

3> Soothes & calms skin in case of sun exposure/insect bite.

4> Works great as a hydrating & calming toner for all skin type.

5> Did not aggravate my sensitive skin.

7> Affordable.

8> Lovely, fresh genuine rose fragrance 🙂

Cons of the Pixi Rose Tonic:

Availability in India.

My Rating: 5/5!

Do I recommend the Pixi Rose Tonic?

Pixi Rose Tonic for hydration

Pixi Rose Tonic for hydration

Pixi Rose Tonic is a lovely option for a rose water fanatic like me who just cannot do without their fix of the flower 😀 There are not many pure rose waters available here & even if there are, it’s not easy for a new mom like me to get hold of one! Pixi is a drugstore brand, available easily both online & in local Boots stores, is affordable & uses quality ingredients 🙂 I love this Rose tonic for refreshing & hydrating my skin & will continue to repurchase till I go back to India & again get my usual rose waters 🙂


Review by- Agni

One Response
  1. January 14, 2019

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