REVIEW GlamGlow Bright Mud Eye Treatment

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So you all know GlamGlow right? It’s a Hollywood brand with only 3 products: Youthmud, Supermud and the brand new Brightmud, an eye treatment that promisses to smooth and brighten your eye area in as little as 3 minutes. Truth or bogus? Let’s see. 
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£39.99 for 12g

 

what they claim
Non-Dry Tapwipe™ Bioactive Mud consists of powerful actives that help minimize puffiness, dark circles, and fine lines while brightening and hydrating the eyes. Natural high bioactivity materials and bentonites absorb toxins delivering high nutrients and minerals essential for ultrabright, amazing eyes. Simply tap-on to deliver the range of advanced active ingredients into the skin then wipe-off, leaving a micro layer of actives for extended results. 
I’m the kinda’gal that needs to see to believe, specially when we’re talking about a product with such high promisses and this one. 
The product comes beautifuly packed in 12 individual doses, which in my opinion is very hygienic and easy to use. 
I was really impressed with this litlle product. After using it my eyes were so much brighter and my skin was really plumped and firm, my fine lines were still there but almost imperceptible. This product was a pleasent surprise, I never thought it would work so wonderfuly
As you know I have a bruise-like mark on my left eye, didn’t notice any changes about it, I also didn’t notice any changes on my dark-circles although they were not as deep as usuall, and my eyes looked much brighter, the dark circles were definitely still there after usage.
A few minutes after removing the product, I feelt my eye area a bit dry so I highly recommend you to use an hydrating eye cream after usage. 
This contains some irritating ingredients like alchool and cafein and I was a bit nervous about using it on such a sensitive area but I didn’t have any bad reaction to the product, it was actually really refreshing and pleasent to use. 

 You can find this online here http://tidd.ly/1da5f4d9

 

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8 Comments

  1. October 25, 2013 / 13:47

    Estava bastante curiosa… eu tenho uma olheiras profundas… mas o valor é um bocadinho puxado.
    🙁

    • October 25, 2013 / 13:58

      Também acho um bocadinho cara mas vale a pena juntar uns troquinhos para experimentar, vais notar imensa diferença 🙂

  2. October 20, 2013 / 02:38

    querida, experimenta a da eisenberg a magix ,,, eu envio te num potezinho se quiseres… não ha melhor. apaga mesmo as olheiras, os papos, rugas, custa 100 euros…exclusiva perfumes e companhia. ate apaga marca de cera no buço, vermelhidões, tudo!!

  3. October 19, 2013 / 19:34

    Eu uso a máscara de contorno de olhos da Sisley mas confesso que já olhei para esta mais do que uma vez. 🙂

    • October 19, 2013 / 19:43

      Quero muito a da Sisley mas é muito cara tbm 🙁

  4. October 19, 2013 / 15:59

    Tenho lido boas reviews, mas quem experimentou a minha frente, diz que nao sentiu nada e eu pouco notei, a luz nao ajudava, mas eu acho que vendo mais e mais tempo de utilizaçao

    • October 19, 2013 / 16:48

      No dia da apresentação, a Pindérica experimentou lá na hora e diz que sentia e achei que se notou bastante.
      Que resulta na hora, resulta a longo prazo não consigo dizer porque não uso com a frequencia que eles dizem 3x por semana, uso só mesmo quando sinto que preciso de uma "wake up call".

      Beijinhos

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