GLAMGLOW SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment ~ Review

Happy Friday dolls!

Today I’m going to review the ‘GLAMGLOW’ SUPERMUD clearing treatment. When I first saw this product online I was unsure whether to get it or not as it is pretty pricy at £39.99 for a 34g pot but, like always, I decided to try it as “I deserved it” – haha! It is basically a mud mask but claims to be ‘The worlds most scientifically advanced SUPERMUD clearing treatment’. It has so many ingredients in which all do some good to the skin.

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So what does it claim to do exactly?

It says it helps to; improve skin texture, improve the effects of scaring, fight breakouts, improve skin collagen & ageing, de-clog & minimise pores, regulate skin problems/irritations & complication. With this claim why wouldn’t you want to try it?

What do I think?

I’ve used it a few times now and each time I have noticed that my face has felt so much softer. It made me feel as if I had had a deep clean as I felt so fresh – my skin really did feel more glowy. My pores aren’t too big anyway but I still noticed that they appeared slightly smaller. I like that this face mask literally pulls out all of the crap from your face – & you can see it too (see the photo below!). I like the choice of being able to use this as a spot treatment too, as opposed to a full face mask, so if I get a massive zit I will whack this beauty on top of it and hopefully zap that zit away! The box recommends that you leave the treatment on for 5-20 minutes, I kept mine on for the full 20 to see the full effect but if you’re in a rush it probably works too as it seems to dry out pretty rapidly – great for the spot treatment! With all that said, I am still unsure if I would purchase this again because I’m sure there is a cheaper alternative on the market. This face mask isn’t a miracle worker but is definitely a good one.

Best way to apply?

I apply this with a flat foundation brush and paint a thin layer over my face avoiding my eyes & mouth of course! I then wash it off with warm water. This mask has a clay texture & the product is a dark colour so make sure you clean your foundation brush afterwards so it doesn’t get ruined.

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It is suitable for all skin types, has real eucalyptus pieces in & is paraben free.

Any other questions? Just comment below!

Mwah x

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3 Comments

    • December 11, 2013 / 10:17 am

      You’re welcome, I’m glad you enjoyed it x

  1. Val
    November 15, 2016 / 10:32 pm

    Youre so beautiful!!!
    Where did you get your eyelashes ?

    Thank you 🙂

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