First Impression | Pixi Rose Ceramide Cream

I was in the market for a new moisturiser and knew I this was on my list, so thought, why not, I’ll treat myself! And I was super excited when I saw it in the Boots in Telford! So I popped it in my basket and away I went!

The packaging is beautiful; aluminium tube with gorgeous illustrations of roses! And the classic Pixi Green lid! It’s stunning I love how classy and vintage it looks! Makes my side where I keep my skincare, in my bedroom, look decorative!

This is recommended for dry / very dry skin and as I have really bad dry skin in the winter time, I thought while I was doing okay skin wise, I’d nip it in the bud and start hydrating my skin properly! On application it feels very lotiony, not too heavy; really lightweight on the skin! It says Rose Ceramide…but to me, it smells like Jaffa Cakes. Kind of sweet and citrusy! It’s beautiful! You get 50ml of product, which I think is a great amount for a moisturiser.

The left picture was how it looked at night when I applied it! Very glory and nourishing on the skin, nothing too heavy! The right picture is the morning when I wake up without any product on. You can see it still looks super plump and soft! I still have a bit of dryness on nostril, but the bit under my nose looks a lot softer and less dry! Super happy after just one day of use!

I’m going to continue use and let’s see if it appears in a Favourites!!

I hope you enjoyed this post! What is your daily moisturiser? I really want to try the Glam Glow Water Burst next! Literally smells like bubblegum! ๐Ÿ˜

Thank you so much for reading! ๐Ÿ’›

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