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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 had heard mixed reviews on this but glamglow overall is a great brand so I decided to go with the positive reviews and purchase a full size of this. Learned my lesson - this expensive mask does nothing!!! Very disappointed.1
i actually amazing to read all the goods reviews about this product i bought 3 diffrent product directly from glamglow none of them works make my face itchy and burn and left tons of tiny pimples also can make you're skin dry very dry if you had a sensitif skins this is not for you now i have to deals with dermatologist .
I have normal combination skin and love trying new masks and products, I've been through a pile and have never really been happy with the results. I HATED this stuff. From the time it went on, it was very tingly, but I assumed that was it doing it's work. It was diffucult to apply with the pile of leaves in the tube. Rinsing was difficult, rubbing to exfoliate while rinsing was torture. It felt like I was rubbing an extra coarse pumice block on my face. Once it all came off, I tried to cool it down with my most gentle moisturizer. It burned. Now here I am a week later stil trying to recover from the post mask breakouts and the rough texture which showed up 2 days later. Never again for me. Caveat emptor.1
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
Maybe I am allergic to something in this product but when I put it on it started burning like crazy and my face got super red. If you have sensitive skin, I would suggest trying a sample of this before purchasing the whole shebang.2
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'm sure some people might love this but I have sensitive skin and the tingle just felt more like a burn. I had to remove after about 5 min as I just couldn't take it anymore.3
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