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Glamglow Thirstymud Treament

   This is the second sample I was sent alongside my Supermud mask I bought. Glamglow are too generous! This was through Very, I’m not sure if they do it on their direct site, I’m sure they do though!  I’ve been dying to try Thirstymud, y’all know my skin is dry/dehydrated, so I thought this sounded like heaven! It’s in a pretty blue packaging, and as always, a generous sample size! This mask was orginally produced as the founders of glamglow thought that there wasn’t anything on the market that fully hydrated their skin, especially during a flight!    So this is what it looked like when I first applied it. It has like a yellow tinge to it, and smells amazing! It’s got a coconut scent to it, more of the softer, more artificial smell! I love it! I smothered a good layer all over my face and left it!    This is what happens to it when you take a nap and wake up two hours later, forgetting you’ve got it on and answering the door to the delivery man… Awkward.  Once I’d washed it off with a soft wash cloth, my skin felt insanely soft! Like, no dry parts at all, it felt plump and hydrated! It didn’t take away any redness, I think that was just wishful thinking! But it was soothing, and perf for dry skin! I think even if you have normal or oily skin, you can use this. It’s full of goodness, and won’t do any harm! You can also leave it on as long as you want too, which is brilliant! I wanted to book a holiday so I could try it on the plane – but that was out of my price range!  Have you tried this one? Or any of the glamglow range? Let me know your thoughts!

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