I was tempted to do a tongue in cheek post reviewing the food but I think lots of you would well and truly be put off my blog so I decided against it.
Hopefully you have all had a better week than me.
As you know I love pampering products but I don't generally follow the hype. Hence I have not purchased a GlamGlow face mask until now. I wanted the dust to settle to see what people still thought about it when the hype had died down. The praise and awards for the brand don't seem to have relented so I thought it was time to give it a go and see what all the fuss was about.
As I have sensitive skin I wanted to try a face mask that would be kinder to my dry skin, I opted for GlamGlow Powermud Dualcleanse 50g £49.99. The mask is a luxurious mud to oil formula which having been using the Deep Cleansing Oil 200ml £21.50 appealed. The mask claims to...
The packaging for the GlamGlow Powermud is an eye catching lime green triangle.
The jar follows the same tonal ranges in colour. It contain a complex of four deep cleansing oils: prickly pear oil, pine oil, Frankincense oil and Myrrh oil.
When the time is up remove with water, the mud is transformed into a deep cleansing oil.
I found the mask to be nourishing and it gave my skin a deep cleanse. Overall I liked the way that the treatment made my skin feel, it was great at removing makeup build up and the microbeads helped to remove dead skin.
I certainly couldn't use it more than once a week as it would be too drying but overall I really liked what it did for my skin. I like to try new face masks so when it has have run out I will be trying another one in the range.
What is your favourite face mask?