Friday, 5 October 2018

Aldi Healthy glow- Is it actually a dupe?

healthy glow tonic pixi glow tonic dupe


So you have probably read a lot about this product by now, with many people stating its an amazing dupe whereas others have said the ingredients is very different form the Pixi glow tonic. 
Im always on the fence when it comes to dupe, I don't think there is anything wrong with taking inspiration from another brand but completing copying the products packaging doesn't sit well with me. But as I don't have the money to try the Pixi glow tonic right now I thought I would give this a go first. 

First up the bottle is 250ml and is priced at £3.99 which in my eyes is a bargain. Both products have quite a few similar ingredients. I use around 4 squirts of the product to fill my cotton pad and it is enough to clean my whole face. I have been using this after my usual micellar water and was absolutely shocked at how much dirt was still in my face, I have gone in with a second cotton bud sometimes and can't believe how well it was cleaning my face. The scent is also lovely and fresh too.

On the whole my skin looked lovely and refreshed and extremely clean, I haven't tried the Pixi glow tonic myself but my sister has given glowing reviews so I can't wait to see how she thinks it compared. I was super impressed with this product and really think its great value for money. However I am desperate to get my hands on the new Pixi retinol tonic!

Olivia 
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3 comments

  1. I'm on the fence about this one, I feel like the pixi one at £12 right now in boots is too close in price that I would way prefer just to get the pixi one... but maybe that's just me lol

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  2. Hi Olivia!

    I'm so happy that you're enjoying the Aldi Glycolic Glow Tonic.

    I agree that the whole dupe concept has been taken to quite an extreme level recently by Aldi.

    But like you say, this has been a useful stop gap product for you on the road to trying the real thing and it seems like you want to try the real thing even more now!

    I think the PR can work both ways: Aldi may even inadvertently be helping to promote the Pixi Glow Tonic as people who like Aldi's product will want to know how much more the real thing could do for them!

    Sounds like it's working wonders for you as a second cleanse and for £3.99, you've every reason to be happy with the results.

    Hanna | missbeautysaver

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  3. I love the pixi one so was great to hear your thoughts xx

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