Glamglow Super Mud Clearing Treatment

As the Glamglow Super Mud Clearing Treatment is particularly good at addressing men’s skin concerns, I let Mr 32 Boroughs loose on this one. His review as follows:

I love a bit of celebrity living and, with pictures of a muddied Michael ‘honey voice’ Buble circulating the social media world, I was keen to follow suit. Problem skin, razor bumps, in grown hairs, black heads – beware!

My GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment arrived in a hexagonal box with metallic silver and white packaging. The actual pot is somewhat small, but I was wooed with the promise of ‘super sexy super radiant skin’.


Its secret is scientifically advanced six acid blend mud, perfectly ph balanced to aid the detoxification process and embrace the most sensitive of skins.

I washed and cleansed my face beforehand to make it fresh for the mud application. First impressions were good. The liquorice smell was surprising which I assume is the eucalyptus leaf used to aid the skins glow. I used sparingly but was surprised at the coverage it gave. It felt cooling and pleasant to apply.

It took a good 5 minutes to dry completely but when it did I could see the pores appearing on my skin where the mud had vacuumed them out. This is down to what Glamglow’s trademarked Pore-Matrix, Activated-X Charcoal and K17-Clay which removes any pore congestion and encapsulates it on the surface of the skin to give visually a virtually pore free finish.

The verdict? A big thumbs up. The treatment delivers a healthy glow and has become part of my weekly Sunday ritual. Used as part of a wider routine I have definitely seen an improvement in my skin; not one spot or ingrown hair after shaving and a reduction in the severity of my frown lines. Even after several big nights! What’s not to love? Go on, get a little dirty.

Glamglow Super Mud Clearing Treatment – £45

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