Thursday, 27 August 2015

Glamglow Thirstymud Hydrating Treatment

Oh Glamglow Thirstymud, how I adore thee. I LOVE this product! I would even go as far as to say it's my favourite beauty buy of the last year and definitely a "can't live without" product for me now.

I don't use this as a typical face mask, like I would with the rest of the Glamglow mud range, in fact I've never once put it on and then washed or wiped it off. I tend to use this more as an intense moisturiser. In the evenings I'll do a slightly thicker layer and let it sink in over night and that always leaves my skin feeling so lovely and hydrated by the next morning. It really is one of those products where you can actually feel a difference after using it.

I also really enjoy using a thin layer under my makeup in the daytime. You wouldn't think it would be great as a daytime moisturiser as there are tiny little beads in the mud, but when you use a thin layer and massage it in as you would with regular moisturiser they disappear completely. I don't use it every single day as I mainly stick to my trusty Hydraluron, but I do absolutely love it for days when my skin feels extra dry or in need of a little more TLC.

One of my ultimate favourite things about this product is the scent.. I wish all skincare smelled like this! It smells like coconuts with a splash of vanilla and it's just so lovely! A total tropical summer holiday scent.

All in all, I would thoroughly recommend this treatment, especially if you suffer with dry skin like I do! I was already a big fan of the original Glamglow and the Powermud masks but this is 100% my favourite product from the line that I've tried so far.

I purchased mine online from Terence Paul as they were one of the cheapest sites when I ordered. I find that Glamglow prices vary vastly from website to website so it's definitely worth doing your research to find the best current deals and offers!

I really want to try the Thirstycleanse Hydrating Cleanser next. Has anyone tried it? What are your thoughts? I just wish the cleansers were easier to get a hold of in the UK!