So the GLAMGLOW mask has been praised so much hasn’t it? Sooo brilliant they all said, it makes you super ‘sexy’ the packet says… I actually took pictures of this little sample sachet before I used it in the hope I could sing it’s praises like everybody else. But no. No I cannot say this. For the price of just £35(ish) you could have a ‘glowing complexion’ in as little as 10 minutes… A Hollywood secret, the face mask OF THE STARS!! With Volcanic Rock, French Sea Clay (oooh la la c’set vom) and Active Green Tea Leaf your face can be a WHOLE NEW FACE with the GLAMGLOW Youth-Mud Tinglexfoliate treatment…. (Tinglexfoliate, are you shitting me?). With such a vast array of made up words and exotic ingredients on display how could it go wrong? HOW? Oh I will tell you how young lady (or gentlemen, I’m not fussy about who is reading this).
To be fair, I didn’t actually read much about this before I used it. I’d noticed the back end of a few tweets singing its praises and realised I had the sachet, so thought I’d give it a whirl. My skin has actually been really clear lately with very minimal spots or complaints really, I just felt like a ‘treat’… And if a treat translates to BURNING MY FACE LIKE A MOTHERBITCH then I think I’ll be skipping them in future. The ‘tingling’ sensation felt like someone was using a grade 2 sandpaper on my cheeks. After around a minute this stopped though, which is lucky(?) as it was becoming unbearable. The mask had these horrible lumps of gack in which were pretty grim. The mask was a creamy consistency with a gritty feeling to it. Just reading up on GLAMGLOW is does brag a whole host of benefits and apparently (and I quote) ”There’s nothing GLAMGLOW doesn’t do”… OH REALLY? Well I’ll let you in to what it DOES DO actually.