Glamglow Gravitymud Firming Treatment

I am finally free of exams and the sun is shining – can life get any better? Well a beach would be nice but for now this will do, added to the fact that I have a huge list of all the products I’ve been using in the last few months that I need to review, starting with Glamglow!

If there’s one brand that comes to my mind when it comes to face masks it has to be Glamglow. I received this for my birthday a few months ago (I really do have the best friends) and after using it weekly-ish I’m ready to do a review.

The mask is part of the latest fad in peel off masks; it’s a silver colour that’s quite runny so you have to apply it with a brush. The brush is honestly my favourite part of the mask! It makes my life so much easier and means that application is even everywhere.

The mask promises to leave skin ‘firmer and more lifted’, which in all honesty I don’t think I’ve noticed but I do feel very clean once I’ve used it and I think the results promised would probably take using twice a week for a few months.

If you have very sensitive skin I wouldn’t recommend this mask as on first application it does sting in any sensitive areas but, this does go down after a while.

I apply one layer of this all around my face, leave for around 20minutes – or whenever it’s completely dry everywhere and peel it off. There is something so satisfying about peeling off a mask that you just don’t get from washing it off.

Glamglow’s official website says the mask is ‘Powered byTEAOXI™ Marshmallow + Licorice Leaf’ and has a distinct smell of Malibu (take me back to the uni days please).

Let me know below if you’ve used any products in the Glamglow range!

 

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