GlamGlow Powermud DualCleanse Treatment Mask


Following on from yesterday’s post on the GlamGlow Gift Sexy here, I thought I’d share with you my thoughts on the latest addition to the GlamGlow family, the Powermud DualCleanse Treatment mask, which is a deep cleansing, mud-to-oil formula designed to “cleanse, nourish, detoxify, purify and renew skin instantly” so it’s basically the brand’s answer to a power mask.  You use it in a typical mask format by applying a layer and letting it set, then once it’s dry you add water to emulsify it into an oil.


I definitely liked the mask, especially the after-effects, but I think the problem I have is that I’ve been spoiled by their SuperMud Clearing Treatment which is just amazing.  This leaves skin feeling very clean and surprisingly smooth without any tightness which is unusual for a mud mask.  Interestingly, this dried to a very hard finish – much tighter than the SuperMud – which I wasn’t expecting considering it’s promoted as a bit of an ‘everyman’ mask, but thankfully this didn’t leave skin feeling dry and drained of moisture.  It definitely dried my spots and left them a lot less angry, but it can’t compete with the SuperMud finish with regards to spot-fighting.  I’d say this is the mask most suited to anyone with relatively decent skin who just wants a weekly deep cleanse. It’s available now for £49.99 here – link – however, if you’re nervous about such a big investment then I’d hang tight as it’ll inevitably be added to one of their discovery sets soon.

*PR Sample


1 Comment

  • India
    November 26, 2014

    I really want to try the Supermud, heard so many good things! This sounds like quite a cool option for people with normal skin though, as clay masks can be so drying!

    India / £50 Giveaway for Christmas Tree World

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