A Mud Mask That Won’t Break Your Bank

Hey guys – remember that post I published a month ago about hacking Sephora to get all the free samples? Well here’s the first review from one of those said samples: the Sephora brand mud mask, found here.

At some point, I had collected about 4 or 5 free samples of this stuff because I tried it once and loved it. It’s meant to purify your skin with zinc and copper, and then leaves your skin feeling soft and oil-free using white clay. And here’s the best part: this mask could easily replace the Glamglow Supermud clearing treatment mask, if you’re familiar with it.

Both masks tend to have the same effect, although the Sephora brand mask has much simpler ingredients and almost a third of the price for more mask.. You can buy the Sephora Collection mud mask for $20 for 2.03oz/60mL, and the GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Treatment for $69 for 1.7oz/50g.

Glamglow has actually begun to trademark their ingredients so that no one can steal their “formula” which is why it’s so expensive now. I don’t know about you, but I prefer to have healthy and natural ingredients on my face that help my skin. I don’t need to pay off the legal fees.

Now I’m not saying GlamGlow is bad, it’s not. Their mask is amazing and does work really well. However, if you can’t afford a $69 tin or feel like paying for the “brand,” because that’s essentially what you’re doing, the Sephora mud mask is an amazing alternative for only $20. It always leaves my skin feeling refreshed, replenished, and if you use it a couple times a week, I definitely notice a difference with my spots and blemishes. I highly recommend you at least try it out. And then let me know what you think, in the comments below….

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