Truly a product worthy of the hype.
The mask is a mud base with volanic rock and ash, along with tea leaf, green tea seed oil, and a wealth of other fabulous ideas. You apply a thin layer to clean skin, leave on for 10 mins, during which time you can expect a tingling sensation, then you add water and remove with circular motions to exfoliate. It's a green-y coloured mud, with leaves in it and after use you can expect to see a "3-day glow", smooth soft skin, exfoliated skin, pores minimized, and it helps to protect against free radical damage.
I was sent the Little Sexy pot which is supposed to contain 3 uses, (it's 15ml and it's recommended you use 5ml each time), but actually, I think I can get four or five uses. I've used it 3 times and there's still plenty in the pot.
Here I am sporting the mask in action. I think you'll agree I'm looking fabulous.
The tingling was quite bearable, it was just a tingling and not a burning sensation as I feared and when I washed it off it felt incredible.
My skin looked radiant and smooth and fabulous. I used it last thing at night and my skin looked even better in the morning. It's fabulous.
This could be the only face mask I remember to use on a regular basis. Only problem is it's not very cheap, making it more suitable to special occasion use (for my budget). it is worth it if you can afford it though I have to say. My sensitive skin loves it.
The 15ml pot I have is £22.50, and the 50ml pot is £49.99. If you aren't sure you want to invest that kind of money in a face mask you buy a 7ml trial tube for £4.99.
In addition between October and December you can purchase a pink pot of GlamGlow with 25% of all profits being donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation.
I'll definitely buy this once my small pot runs out. This stuff is amazing. You can purchase directly from the GlamGlow website.