Glam Glow: £50
Glam Glow has been on my radar for a while and I have used a few samples of it in the past to get a feel for the product. Last week I finally committed to a full size version. This was something I thought long and hard about because it retails for whopping £50. I've always stood by the fact I've thought Glam Glow is amazing. Although at first I admit I was skeptical of the mud mask because of the super high price tag and the big hype surrounding it. None the less the tea infused mask worked like a dream for me.
It's a harsh exfoliating tingling mud mask which leaves the skin feeling so fresh, bright and clear after use I always cant stop touching my skin. It sets absolutely rock solid on the face and it does feel slightly uncomfortable. However after 15 minutes and a nice wet flannel I removed the mask to reveal super bright, clear exfoliated skin. I was actually shocked how different my face looked after one use, the texture was so different! Once removed it leaves my skin looking smooth, soft and bump-less while also being brighter and lighter. I only apply it on my t-zone as it saves on product and targets the areas I get congested the most and the high price tag makes me not want to waste it.
While I dont think this would be suitable for more sensitive skintypes as it is very harsh on the skin I personally adore it for special occasions or times when my skin is really in trouble. It is expensive but it's a very instant satisfaction type of mask. In terms of results it's similar to very high priced facials I've had in the past, so maybe it's worth it! You get about 4-5 uses out of a pot, which isnt all that much really, but used once a month or sparingly you can get a fair few uses out of it. Not one for everyone I dont think but if youre feeling flush and want similar results to a facial then I'd reccomend giving this a whirl. You can get smaller tubes of this and a half size if you wanted to try it before committing to full siz