GlamGlow SUPERMUD Clearing Treatment

Now that fashion week is over I think it’s safe to say everyone in the industry could do with a little R&R and some detoxifying treatments. Endless days of running around, pressure from an overloaded schedule, a few too many after party drinks, and the regular grime and grit of the city, well, let’s just say it adds up to some temperamental skin.

I feel a bit guilty because I’ve known about this one for a while and haven’t said anything, but I guess I can clear my conscious now because it’s time to let you guys in on this one.

Frankly, there’s a lot of fancy terms and patented names when it comes to the description of this product, but the point here is that this is specially formulated to clear up your skin, and do it fast. There’s a proprietary Acnecidic acid that’s supposed to be supper quick and effective, while good old charcoal and clay gets deep into those pores to eradicate dirt and grime. Eucalyptus also shows up to the party to help out with glowing skin.

I like this because it’s fancy but not dainty, and I love the smell, which is a bit along the lines of dirt and absinthe. What up, dude.

Apply a thin layer to clean skin. Leave on for 5 to 20 minutes (I go for about 15( and then remove with water. Be sure to wet your face and use a paper towel clean this off, otherwise your bathroom will look like a mud pit. Unless of course it already does, and then never mind the warning.

Now, the whole claim to fame with this one is that it’s supposed to help making your pores look smaller. And while I don’t really have huge pores to begin with, this does make my skin look refreshed and revitalized, and I do think my pores look deep cleaned and refined.

Also, as a side note, you can use this as a spot treatment in case you don’t need the whole shebang. I’ve had at least 12 full face treatments with my jar, and still have a couple left.

Jeff Smith

Jeff started in photography and short format video, and he's been at the forefront of the web tv movement. He’s worked on haute couture shoots in Paris, shot street style in Milan, and is currently developing a steady roster of beauty, fashion, and digital clients in NYC.