Glam Glow Mud mask review.

As I sit here, with a mask on my face I’m resolved to review this item into great detail.

I’m talking about the talk of the town: Hollywood Glam Glow Youth mud Tinglexfoliate treatment, a long name for a very expensive product.

GG is a French Sea Clay, Volcanic Pumice Rock and Green Tea Leaf Pieces mask and, in just ten minutes it’s supposed to give you comparable results to a professional facial; the cost for a 1.7 ounces jar is $69.00.

I purchased this item about three weeks ago and have used it twice a week ever since.

It claims to leave skin noticeably radiant and glowing, to work with the body's natural moisturizing collagen to provide gentle resurfacing exfoliation and to help to leave skin smoother, brighter, and softer.

When you first open the jar you will notice the lumpy texture, you will have to stir the product prior to application.

 I have to say that I do not like the texture of this product, the green tea leaves are in chunks and they make the spreading of the mask challenging.

 The pumice rock residue stays on your face no matter how much you rinse and that for me it’s a problem. Even now as I touch my newly cleansed face I can feel the residue and I used my Clarisonic to wash my face…

Did it leave my skin feel clean and my pores looking smaller? Sort of, surely nothing that my Origins Clear Improvement mask can’t do.

Having said that this mask works very well as an exfoliator but the tingling could bother those of us with sensitive skin.

 I wanted to join the happy wagon for this product especially because I bought two jars of it fully expecting to love it... As of right now I still like my Lush Dark Angel scrub better.

I don’t know if I will purchase this again, I’ve ordered the other mask from Glam Glow and I’m hoping I feel fall hopelessly in love with it... Or that at the very least I won’t regret spending $ 69.00 on it.

 

 

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