May 13 2016

Pixi Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes

Disclosure: PR Sample. See bottom.

Pixi Beauty Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes BeautyJudy

I confess: I sometimes go to bed with my makeup on.

Guys, I know there’s no excuse. But life. Being a working mom. It can be exhausting.

I get up early, drop the baby off at daycare, go to work, work late, come home, put the baby to bed, take care of household stuff, somehow eat dinner, and then, go to bed. I’m ready to collapse at the end of the night!

These Pixi Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes were like a little reminder from the healthy skin Gods: Clean your damn face, Judy!

So all of this skincare, or Skin Treats as Pixi calls them, immediately went into my bathroom and gave me a reason to pay the proper attention to my skin hygiene that I should be paying it.

First night I tried these I took my dirty face to the bathroom.

Pixi Beauty Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes BeautyJudy

You can see my makeup has broken down on my chin, my nose…and I wore my glasses so my face is just generally a hot mess.

I opened up the Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes and took one out.

Pixi Beauty Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes BeautyJudy

I was surprised how lightweight it felt. It didn’t feel soaked with cleanser, like some do.

I wiped my face repeatedly, and here’s how it looked after:

Pixi Beauty Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes BeautyJudy

You can see some of the foundation still stuck in my pores on my cheek, and my mascara is clinging for dear life, but overall, these clothes did an awesome job!

I ran over my face with a second cloth just to assess the left-behind dirt and oil and there was NOT much to pick up after, surprisingly.

I followed this cleansing with Pixi Hydrating Milky Serum and H2O SkinDrink (both shown in top photo) but I only just started using these products, and I feel I really need to give skin products like this a proper test run before I can speak to how they have worked for me.

I would keep these clothes around. I was impressed. Aloe vera and Camellia oil are the highlights of this cleansing product; here’s the list of total ingredients:

Aqua, Sodium Chloride, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice/Maltodextrin, Camellia, Japonica Seed Oil, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Argania Spinosa Kernel Oil, Peg-40, Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Hydrolyzed Jojoba Esters, Phenoxyethanol, Benzoic Acid, Dehydroacetic Acid, Polyaminopropyl Biguanide.

Pixi Beauty is having a 20% Friends and Family discount right now until May 15 with the code pixifriends16. It’s good on everything. You can find the Moisturizing Cleansing Wipes here on the Pixi site, they retail for $10, which is a pretty good in-between price range, and with 20% off, they would cost $8. Not too shabby.

Have you tried these cleansing clothes from Pixi? Would you?

Disclaimer: I received the Pixi Moisturizing Cleansing Clothes from the PR Firm/Manufacturer for honest consideration. Please visit my Disclosure tab for more information on how keeps it real!

  • Anastasia

    I don’t think they market these wipes as makeup removers, but they do feel great to wipe the skin with after a workout 🙂

    • BeautyJudy

      They don’t market them like that and they have Makeup Melting Wipes but I wanted to use them as I would use them and as I mentioned, they did pretty awesome. I go through many more cotton pads when I use Micellular water to cleanse my makeup

  • PrimeBeauty

    These are one of the few wipes I haven’t tried.

    • BeautyJudy

      They felt very refreshing!

  • marciaf

    I love to have wipes around though I’m like Allison and use Micellar Water more. I’ll sometimes start with the wipes though and finish with Micellar Water. Pixi Skintreats have impressed me.

    • BeautyJudy

      I find myself using more large cotton pads with MW, but I agree, Skintreats is impressive!

  • Allison @neversaydiebeauty

    I’ve sort of moved over to Micellar Water instead of wipes because on me MW on a cotton pad does a better job getting my makeup off. But while traveling, I had good luck with Pond’s wipes. They did take my makeup off. I’m wanting to try Pixi’s Glow Tonic. It’s on my list

    • BeautyJudy

      I go through a lot of MW and cotton pads, so I’ve actually moved away from MW, lol! I’ve got a couple go-to wipes. I want to try the makeup melting wipes Pixi makes as well