I've seen beauty bloggers and influencers rave about Pixi's Glow Tonic.

The celeb-loved toner has been dubbed as a "hero product" that "saved" people's skin. 

I won't lie - it's good, but it's not life-changing. 

The award-winning toner promises to reduce the appearance of large pores while bringing back a glow to any wintery, bogged-down complexion.

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After putting the promise to the test, I used Glow Tonic for two consecutive weeks and found that while my pores remain the same size, my face feels a lot softer.

The £18 toner is a mix of glycolic acid, ginseng, witch hazel and Aloe Vera - a healthy combination of products to bring your skin back to life. 

While removing any excess impurities, the double-whammy product also gently exfoliates and removes dead skin cells - which left my face feeling brightened and tightened. 

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The ingredients from the cruelty and alcohol-free toner left my winter-damaged skin feeling slightly more balanced and healed.

If you're looking to bring a little bit of radiance back to your face, I'd recommend Glow Tonic. Otherwise, if you're like me and out to transform the size of your pores, this isn't the one for you.