Today I'll be discussing GlamGlow's very-deservingly hyped product, their Supermud Clearing Treatment face mask. If you haven't seen it all around yet, you will. It's a cool product that shows exactly what it's doing which for some reason we all love (like oil blotting sheets and pore strips).
This GlamGlow mask pulls out dirt, oil and impurities from your skin in just about ten minutes and shows where those nasty things were by appearing darker while the rest of the dried mask gets lighter. I'm going to show photos of each step of the process of applying this mask so fair warning.. this post is quite photo heavy.
Let's check it out!
The mask is a dark gray color in the jar (holding 1.2oz) and has little pieces of tea leaves in it that you can see in the photos below. At Sephora the mask is sold for $70(outrageous) but I got mine on Amazon for $42(still outrageous but worth it to try it because I had been wanting to for soooo loooong).
|You can see the tea leaves in this one!|
See those darker spots on my nose? That's the oil that was pulled out! I've learned that I don't need to do full masks hardly ever and that I really only need to apply this mask to my nose. It's nice to use on my T-zone every so often, though. You could even use this mask as a spot treatment if you'd like! I've noticed that using this 1-2 times a week has really helped calm down my breakouts and has kept any major blemishes at bay which is a huge relief seeing as it's midterm week and I am stressed out and SICK! My skin shouldn't look at decent as it does.
I have dry-combo skin so again, I don't really NEED this product but if you have oilier skin then I would without a doubt suggest this. It makes me feel so refreshed afterwards and it's easy to apply and remove. I use a foundation brush to apply it and a warm wash cloth to wipe it all clean and it removes without a hassle.
Aside from the huge price tag, this is a perfect mask. I really haven't tried one in the past that I enjoy as much as this one! Unfortunately, once this is gone I most likely will not repurchase it so I'm going to try and ration out what I have left as best as I can.
I'd love to hear any experiences any of you have had with this guy in the comments! or if you haven't tried it, are you interested? Does the price bother you as much as it does me?