Hi guys! Today I’m reviewing another mask. I’d like to put out weekly mask reviews so this is the next one in my lineup of masks to try. I’ve heard many positive things about the Glamglow Gravitymud Firming Treatment so I decided to pick up the smaller size to see if it is worth the hype. Also, I kind of wanted to feel like the Tin Man from the Wizard of Oz. Is that so wrong? Anyways, this mask was designed to tighten the appearance of skin, as the name suggests.
The mask has a light coconut scent to it so it is really quite the treat to the nose if you love coconut scented products such as myself. It felt a bit gooey as I applied it but it was very easy to get a clean application and avoid my eyebrows as the packaging suggests. As it dries it becomes more of a shiny silver shade so you can truly get your Wizard of Oz vibes on. Although it dries down to be peeled off, it didn’t feel tight on my skin. I could move my face fairly naturally while it was on. Continue reading
Hi guys! Between wearing more sunscreen, going on hikes and having minimal skincare at the cottage, my skin has been in definite need for a detoxification. The Glamglow Supermud Clearing Treatment which we will be taking a look at today is meant to visibly clear the complexion. It can be used for all skin types to address oiliness, acne/blemishes and to clear pores. The activated charcoal with it’s Pore-Matrix technology reveals dots of vacuum extractions lifts away dirt and other debris that may be clogging your pores. The result is said to be a more healthy looking complexion.
The first thing I noticed when applying this mask was the slightly minty scent that it has. Upon application my skin felt a little cold and refreshed. Perfect for a hot summer day! As it dried, while I couldn’t speak without cracking the mask, it also did not feel too tight. As it dried it started to change colour, and the Pore-Matrix technology started to reveal the dots of vacuum extractions. Gross in theory, kind of neat to look at though! There were some larger pieces of charcoal in the mask which is what the large black pieces are in the photos below. Continue reading