Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Get the Glow

I had two samples of GlamGlow before I committed to buying the full size product. If I'm going to shell out the cold hard cash for something like that, I want to make sure it's going to be worth my while. 

In my honest opinion, it is totally worth the money. 

This stuff is amazing. I have pretty sensitive skin, but this doesn't irritate it at all. I apply it, let it dry, wet my finger tips and exfoliate lightly before rinsing it off completely. It definitely tingles, but it doesn't burn. Unless of course you have areas with broken skin and then it's slightly uncomfortable and borders on a burning sensation, but to me, that just means it's working. After using this stuff, my skin glows for three days. That's right, THREE DAYS. When I initially tried it, I had been experiencing a break out and this definitely helped clear it up quickly without excessively drying my skin out or being overly abrasive. Truth be told, I used it last night (even though I had used the peel the night before) and I was still just as pleased as always with the way it works. My pores appear smaller, my skin is smoother, and it exfoliates more effectively than any other product I've ever used. This is definitely something I've added to my nightly beauty routine on a weekly basis, if not twice a week. Since you only have to apply a thin layer, the product should last a decent amount of time.The tea leaves are a bit chunky and don't really dry with the resk of the mask, but I'm not complaining. It just adds to the awesome effect of looking like a mud monster for the ten minutes you're indulging yourself in spa-like treatment.  


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