Glamglow mud mask

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All the way from Hollywood, California – I was convinced the mud came from the La Breya tar pits but the truth is a little closer to home!  In fact the mud comes from the equally sunny South of France.

An impressive range of ingredients including;

French sea clayto absorb impurities

Patent pending Teaoxi (a continuous, time release technology that delivers fresh super-squalene, EGCG super anti-oxidants and polyphenols directly into the mud from the pieces of tea leaf!

Volcanic minerals pulverized into micro pumice

Camellia Sinensis Leaf

Calendula Flower

Glamglow mud

On application – the mask starts to dry and you get a tight feeling across the skin as well as a litt e tingling.  This isn’t the time to crack a smile!

When it comes time to remove it – the recommendation is to wash with warm water and buff it off.  I found it a little too abrasive to buff so I just used a really gentle bamboo cloth to lift the caked on mud!

My skin certainly felt re-textured and was glowing for hours afterwards.

50ml – £49.99, 15ml £19.99  from or ASOS

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