I absolutely love the GLAMGLOW face masks, so just knew I had to try this eventually, however, I was left rather disappointed with the results. Inside the metallic box, you will find twelve “chrome cells” individually filled with the bright mud treatment. Each chrome cell has two pods one for each eye, that being left and right. When using this product I personally feel one pod is enough for both eyes, as you get a lot of product in each pod, and I’ve noticed other reviews from buyers that also agree one pod should be enough to cover both eyes.
Product Details: GLAMGLOW Bright Mud Eye Treatment
WHY Do I like IT?
From my experience using this over the past few months, I can notice a slight improvement in my eye area once the product has been removed. The most noticeable change is how bright this makes my eye area and it really lightens the skin to diminish dark circles!! I have also noticed how the peppermint leaves help with my puffy/tired eyes and just banishes the lot! I like to use this every two weeks as a treatment, on top of using a daily eye cream to help with tired eyes. I always find the GLAMGLOW packaging super interesting and the leaflets you receive inside, telling you all about the active ingredients in the product that work deep into the layers of the skin to renew and rejuvenate.
WHAT DO I DISLIKE ABOUT IT?
I say ‘slight’ improvement gently, purely because I haven’t noticed any major transformation using this product. It is pricey and doesn’t work as great compared to the masks in my opinion! I would buy this again, but do feel slightly disappointed with the results and had high hopes pinned on this product from the beginning. I’ve always wanted one of those miracle eye creams/formulas that really make a huge difference over a short period of time, but with this, I never really noticed much difference, apart for what other eye creams claim to do. It never wowed me as much as the face masks do and for this reason, it has made me question if it’s really worth buying into… I think this might be better for more mature skin, around your late twenties this would make an excellent product to buy into to induce moisture and tighten the eye area, but for now, this isn’t really any use to me. I’ll stick to more basic eye creams at the minute and progress back to this in the future when my skin really needs it, especially for the high price point.
HOW DO I APPLY IT?
I keep my bright mud in the fridge as this makes it nice and cold to soothe the eye area, and works much better in my opinion. If you buy this and use only 1 chrome cell as I recommend you should see this lasting 24 treatments, making this a very cost-effective pamper treatment at only £2.00 per pod! Normally I would apply this treatment in the evenings as it’s very soothing and relaxing, as you feel the product begin to work! Packed full of natural ingredients that really feed the skin to give optimum results and cooling peppermint leaves to de-puff the eye area and tighten the skin. Once applied you should feel a slight tingling sensation around the eye area where you have applied the treatment. You will start to notice the area cooling and de-puffing with the active TEAOXI peppermint leaf technology. I then leave the treatment on for a good 5 minutes to really work on the skin and get the results I want, and do find this works to a certain extent, but as I mentioned above you will most properly notice huge benefits on more mature skin, than what I would now as my eyes are naturally hydrated but do look tired and puffy in the mornings, and that’s when I most like to apply hydrating creams to soothe and cool.
The reason as to why these products can be more expensive to regular treatments is down to the fact they contain natural/fast acting ingredients such as high bioactivity materials, nutrients, minerals and bentonites. The face mask treatments and eye treatment also remove toxins, for fresh/younger looking skin, and I compare both because they have very similar ingredients, if not the same!! If you want to find out more, you should have a peek at the GLAMGLOW website, and they also sell samples to try before you buy which is a nice option before you commit to the full whack.
What’re your thoughts on GLAMGLOW? Have you tried any GLAMGLOW Masks yet?
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