GlamGlow Youthmud: Pricey, Amazing (But Use It Fast Because Weird Things Happen) / by Erin Baynham

Glamglow Youthmud Review I've basically used every type of GlamGlow mud there is. And to be honest, I can't tell the difference between the Youthmud, Thirstymud or Supermud, but I know my skin feels soft and insanely clean after I use all three. The eye masque didn't do much for me, but it sure looked cool. Glamglow Youthmud Review

So here's my issue. This stuff basically finishes itself off before you can use it. This hard piece came out of the tube. Every time I've used the Youthmud and Supermud, I've had the same issue. It has happened in every sample tube and jar that I've ever purchased. 

Glamglow Youthmud Review

If you take a look inside, you can see some of the hard parts. I've never purchased an entire $69 jar of GlamGlow, but I'm kind of scared to do it because of all the hard chunks. How quickly do I have to use it before this happens? I looked at reviews and many people used water to break down the hard pieces, and then applied it like normal. But do I really need to do all that for a pricey face masque?

Glamglow Youthmud Review

Here's a typical GlamGlow look. The masques dry in about five minutes flat. Here are the billions of chunks and gross pores. Overall, I'm torn. But knowing me, I'll just repurchase a sample set again, try to figure out the differences again, and complain (to myself) again.