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Thursday, February 5, 2015

The Big Debate | Glamglow Youthmud Tinglexfoliate Treatment


Sometime around December I found a bit of extra money in my pocket and went into Sephora in hopes of finding skincare products that were going to make a difference. I really value blogging reviews and almost always research items before I buy them. On top of that, I enjoy going to stores and just having a little chat with some of the ladies who are trained to know what products would work best for me. As I was browsing I kept coming across rave reviews for the Glamglow Masks and as I'd tried a sample of these before I was so on the fence as to whether or not I really needed one. I saw that Glamglow actually made a travel size of the Youthmud Treatment and added it to my cart. Fast forward two months and I've just repurchased my second mini jar.

Now most people use this product as a mask however, I personally use it as an overnight spot treatment. The Glamglow Youthmud Tinglexfoliate Treatment is perfect for getting rid of those problem areas overnight. Inside this mask you will find ingredients including French Sea Clay, Pumice, Green Tea Leaf, Chamomile and Lavender. All very organic beautiful ingredients that are going to work towards really cleansing your skin. As the price point is so drastically debatable, I like to stick with the sample size and just use a dollop here and there on really bad problem areas overnight. I put on a even amount; not too thin and not too thick and just let it dry, tingle, and tighten into my skin. Be sure to frequently change your pillow cases if you're going to use an overnight treatment. I just wake up in the morning, wash my face off with a hot cloth and my skin looks drastically different. This is one of those products that I desperately need during that time of month where my hormones are off kilter and my skin is punishing me. I love being able to trust a natural mask to help my skin look its best. 

Let's talk about that price tag. I know that so many people are just uneasy about the price point of these masks when it comes to the full size jars. Spending almost $70 on a single product is simply not something everyone is going to be able to do. I personally am so relieved that of the three mask options, the Youthmud is my favourite and comes in a sample sized jar. I don't think I would feel comfortable spending the full amount ever but it definitely is a gorgeous luxurious product. I love that this mud mask does work and can be versatile. If you're really on the fence, try out a sample or three but in my opinion, the $19 jar is a friendly medium and is definitely worth the splurge. 
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23 comments:

  1. I saw it in Sephora yesterday and it looked so tempting! But I wouldn't spend so much on it either, and sample sizes aren't available here, so I guess I'll just have to try some DIY recipes. I know it won't be as good, but the price breaks my heart ;)

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  2. I absolutely love this product! A lot of women I know love the one in the white container (Super Mud), but this one is my favorite. You can find the full size jars at TJ Maxx and Marshalls for about half the price. I'm not entirely sure if it's $20 or $30, but I DO know that it's nowhere near $70.

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  3. I love this mask

    xo

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  5. Awesome review. Thanks for sharing this.
    xoxo
    Liza
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  6. Perfect review!!!
    Happy friday!
    Kisses, Paola.

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  7. Sounds like a wonderful product! $70 is quite a lot of money, but $19 sounds reasonable :)

    Bella Pummarola

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  8. at times you've got to make the investment to get the best out of a product and lets face we are worth it ;) lol great post!

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  9. I have heard so many positive things about the Glamglow masks but I just can't justify spending that much on one product! I may try one of their sample packs but then I#m worried I will like it so much I will be tempted to buy the full size! :) x

    Brenda BusyBee

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  10. I actually haven't heard about this brand before, sounds really good!

    I am a new follower :)

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  11. Never heard of this before but it sounds great, thanks for sharing your review!! :)

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  12. It seems a really good product!

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  13. I love this mask to death! I use it as spot treatment too! Comes in handy!

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  14. I love the idea of just buying the sample size, at least to start! Sounds like a great product :)

    xoxo



    Kaley



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  15. Good idea with the pin pointing, will have to try this! x

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  16. this mask sounds really good, its a shame there is no sephora in the UK :(

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  17. This is pricey for a full size jar, good idea to use it as a spot treatment though! X
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  18. I'm definitely going to have to try this as I've been looking for a more natural product for my skin ♥
    Amy xx

    Perfect Imperfections

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  19. I've read so much about these but have been hesitant to try them because of the price tag. I might follow your lead and go for the sample before committing myself to the full size xx

    Love and Marmalade

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  20. This sounds like an incredible product - making a note of this for when i'm in NYC next week! Seriously wish we had a Sephora here lol x


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  21. great post.
    xoxo
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  22. I keep hearing about these masks but hadn't taken the time to do my research. Thanks for the great review!

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  23. What a great idea to use this as a pinpoint treatment on spots, I guess it probably lasts way longer too. I'm still not sure about the price though, I'm sure they do a set which includes three masks here it's slightly cheaper think I may make an investment at some point if there's anything worse investing in it's definitely the skin! :) xx

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