Friday, December 22, 2017

Drugstore Dupe: GLAMGLOW SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment

Sporting the slogan "world's most powerful facial" directly on the jar, Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay might just live up to its name.

I originally heard about this mask after reading an article from Refinery29 about Riverdale star Lili Reinhart's skincare routine. The star, who has discussed her battles with cystic acne, swears by the $8 mask for acne-prone skin, so I decided to put Amazon Prime to use and give it a go. The results? I'M SHOCKED. This product LITERALLY dried up my breakouts overnight. Never have I used a mask for troubled skin that actually worked this effectively or quickly. The directions say to mix the bentonite clay with water, or apple cider vinegar, and apply evenly to the desired areas. One word of warning, this stuff can get messy. The mixture, as one would assume, turns muddy in texture and is messy to wash off of surfaces as well as your skin. But stay with me here, it's worth it. After 5-10 minutes, the mask will feel dried and even a bit warm on your face. I like to use it 1-2 times a week depending on how my skin is looking at the time. Another added bonus, the one pound jar of powder will last years. Eight dollars well spent in my opinion.

In the past, I have been a GLAMGLOW SUPERMUD clearing treatment user, enjoying the luxurious feel of the brand's K17-Clay and Activated-X Charcoal infused mask (you can even read my review here) but not so much the price. The Aztec Secret Indian Healing Clay is the closest I have gotten to a drugstore dupe for GLAMGLOW and honestly, I saw better results when it came to clearing up my face.

If you're looking for an effective mask for acne-prone skin, I highly recommend you give this dupe a try!

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