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Actors may have the best job ever, but their long days on set can wreak complexion havoc. Developed especially for those in the entertainment industry, this fact-acting exfoliating mask gets skin camera-ready without drying it out. Packed with hydrating ingredients, the nourishing formula uses French sea clay to absorb dirt and oil without over-drying skin. It also helps boosts natural collagen production and firm skin over time, plus gently exfoliates and removes impurities, leaving skin noticeably brighter. A team of hard-working antioxidants (think: green tea extract, camellia leaf, and cucumber extracts) correct discoloration and evens out texture.
I bought this a few weeks ago and tried it on my skin. It burned as soon as I put it on. Horrible feeling and I had to put ice packs on my face!1
This mask hurt my skin. I don't have overly sensitive skin, but it was too much. There were also big hunks of what I'm assuming is clay, but they were like pieces of leaves. It was weird. I get better results with retinol and aha products.1
I received this as a trial and found the lava rock (aka pumice) too jagged. Plus, if the tea leaves are beneficial why aren't they ground up so they are all over and not in big blotches. I used it on my feet before my pedi and loved the results (I got it for free - so using it on my feet was better than tossing it).2
I read the great reviews on this mask and it was recommended to me by a friend. After the first use, I was unimpressed. I was expecting for my face to feel tighter and my pores to appear smaller - I got neither. I've since given it a few more tries and am happier than my initial use. I found that the thicker you put the mask on the better it works. However, it is an expensive product and I'm not sure if it will be worth it to purchase again.3
I read so much hype about this product and was really expecting to be impressed. Its a lovely mask but I didn't see anything that my $10 drugstore mask didn't do. Its a bit pricey.3
I've read and heard rave reviews about Glam Glow and decided it was time for me to see what all the fuss was about. The mask does tingle, as is often mentioned. However, I did not find it to be a painful tingle as some other reviewers have mentioned. I was expecting a little more from the product. It did not pull as much out of my pores as I was hoping.3
This mask is okay. I was expecting a lot more from it especially since it is a higher end mask. It's a good exfoliating mask but that's about it. I didn't feel like it absorbed the dirt and oil from my pores like it says it does. The tingling is a bit rough also, my eyes would burn for the first minute or so of putting the mask on and I didn't put any near my eye area. However, it does go away. You could find a cheaper mask that exfoliates just as well in my opinion.3
I got this as a free sample on my birthday at Sephora, I love it. Saving up to buy it.3
So, I ordered this and I was really excited... but I also ordered another clay mask on another website that was significantly cheaper that I think works much better than this product. Pretty disappointed...3
I used this mask a couple of times, and it made my skin feel VERY soft. However, I have very temperamental skin and it's just not the mask for me. I can see where it would be an excellent mask for someone with less sensitive skin! It did draw out all of the impurities in my skin, but not necessarily in a good way.3