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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
My skin has some acne but not too much. However, the first time I used this my skin felt so soft. The second use my skin felt dryer and the next day I broke out in places I never have before. Third time, I broke out the next day in not my normal breakout places. I used this once a week. This made my skin dry and my normal skin type is "normal"2
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 have combination, acne-prone skin and while I would hesitate to call it sensitive by any means, this product felt pretty irritating on my face. I liked the feel of the texture, but unfortunately it didn't work well for me.3
..for me this one is not copice with my skin. The cleanser is okay in this, but still not my fav...my fav of all is the green in the mud and the cleanser mud to oil. Hoping that Birch gets the cleansers in...yet can only have so much I suppose. Next to that is the white one...the more dark black mud, I have not tried the cleanser. I like the Blue hydrating cleanser when needed...the mask not as much. GlamGlow products are nice to have the ones needed when our skin changes like the weather. Most will work for many for whatever issue and some like me have favs that work better than others. I can't help but drop a few hints on the cleansers. I think it was CEW box that introduced me to the green mud mask in the packet and I was yeah. I liked the blue hydrating and have some for when needed but the green is almost always in mud and cleanser. I like having a few, costly as they are goes farther that way and can manage your skins weather conditions.3
I don't love this. I feel that it didn't work on my skin and it left it very dry. I think it's way over priced and it dries up in the jar with the lid on. Not a fan at all.3
You can literally see where the ask absorbs the most oil, does have a tingling feeling, I have sensitive skin and although this is a bit agressive I was still able to use this 2 hours before a night out.3
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