Granted, this is targeting folks who get facials so relative to the cost of a facial this is a bargain.
For the rest of us not so fancy folks, YouthMud Mask is also offered in a 0.5 oz. jar for $19.00.
The travel size version can be stretched to provide up to 3 treatments. It’s a great bargain, but also a gateway drug because it gives you just enough to get you hooked.
So through all my ramblings about being hooked on an expensive product, I hope it’s also clear that I’m a fan.
This is a great mud mask which is meant to exfoliate and pull out any impurities. It also contains green tea leaves which provide antioxidant properties and provide an extra bit of exfoliating action during the removal process.
The Mud Mask is to be applied in a thin layer, left to dry for 10 minutes, and then rinsed off in a circular motion with water. You then proceed with your normal skincare business as usual. The results are pretty tangible because you can visually see the sebum being pulled out of your pores as the mask dries. Similar to a nose strip, little dots begin to become apparent (especially over the nasal region) as the mask dries.
The tingling is very noticeable, but cooling and pleasant. I don’t know if it’s just me, but where skincare is concerned I equate tingling with effectiveness. The Mud Mask performs as promised, without being reactive or causing sensitivity or redness.
The Glam Glow line has grown to include clarifying and hydrating masks as well as an eye treatment. I can’t wait to try them all!