Saturday, August 9, 2014

Review: GLAMGLOW ThirstyMud Hydration Treatment

A little goes a long way

I spotted this at Costco for $36, much less than at Sephora
I first heard about this from my cousin in China that it's supposed to help with acne if used along with GlamGlow's white clearing treatment. Considering the price of these masks, I decided to just get this one available at Costco for half the price.

Very moisturizing
Doesn't break me out
Feels good on skin (slight cooling sensation at first)
Could be used as an overnight mask or 10-20 mins day mask
Smells like coconut (could be a con)


$69 at Sephora for 1.7 oz / 50 g
$36 at Costco if your local one carries it (I don't think I would've bought it  for 69 tbh)

I accidentally spotted this at Costco and remembered my cousin mentioning it, so I decided to give it a try. I've seen people claim that it flattens your pimples overnight in conjunction with the white clearing treatment. It does seem to help flatten some pimples in conjunction with some acne treatments, and using this as an overnight mask twice a week helped moisturize my skin a lot, and I'm hoping to improve my skin texture after long term use.

Being in Beijing for over 10 months has done some serious damage on my skin: first of all, I didn't bring my Clarisonic Mia because I didn't think it would make that much difference, when in fact it did (using it after a 10 month hiatus has made me realize what a difference this actually makes in terms of cleansing your skin). 
Along with the pollution, my pores also became enlarged after an allergic reaction in the form of acne I had after going to Inner Mongolia and eating too much lamb (or so the dermatologist claims). 

I am currently in search of pore clearing and minimizing skincare products, if you have any recommendations I would greatly appreciate it.

Hope this was helpful


Would I recommend it?
Not in particular

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