Today we’re talking about the highly popular Glamglow mud masks. These masks were available for the general public in 2010, where it was used exclusively for backstage and professional use in Hollywood prior. It has quickly made its way in all the beauty counters, talked about on social media, and all over Youtube. So undoubtedly, I had to give them a try. Almost one year later to the day I tried my first sample I was hooked and have grown my collection quite a bit. I currently own the Thirstymud hydrating treatment, Youthmud Tinglexfoliate treatment, and the Supermud cleansing treatment.
I use each mask in rotation at least once a week. I’ve found through trial and error, this schedule is the best for my skin. Of course I wash my face everyday, but using a mask once a week cleans out all the buildup and treats anything I need. I can’t really say I have a favorite of the 3, because they all have different uses, and I enjoy the use all of them. They all have different textures, and scents. While the larger sized jar has a retail price of $69, they do come in a smaller size that cost $22. It is still pretty pricy for a mask, I know, but I’ve also found them at a cheaper price on Amazon, or you can wait for Sephora’s annual sale where you could get 15% off. I also went directly to the Glamglow site and they offer 15%off with email signup off your first purchase. You can also order free samples from them, if you wanted to try it out before committing to a purchase. Bottom line is, I know they are expensive, and it may be overrated to some, but to me, I’ve found a way to bring a little bit of a spa like feeling in the comfort of my own home once a week, that leaves me feeling glamorous, and leaving my skin to glow.
Links: Amazon, Sephora, GlamGlow