GlamGlow The Art Of Glowing Skin Forget The Filter Set Review

Tuesday 19 March 2019

A little while ago Space NK had an offer on so that when you spent a certain amount, you got £10 off and as I had a couple of products in my Space NK wish list, I thought I may as well splurge. One of the items I bought was the GlamGlow The Art Of Glowing Skin Forget The Filter Set, which I bought because I have been wanting to try the Instamud 60-Second Treatment, and on its own it cost £30, and this gift set was the same price, except with an extra product and then I got my £10 off, so basically, it would have been rude not to.

The Glamglow Instamud 60-Second Pore-Refining Treatment comes in a bright yellow bottle with a silver metal pump applicator. Some days I love nothing more than to take care and time with my skin care routine, but others I am just wanting to be done and gone, which is why this 60-second treatment is perfect for me. This is a foaming treatment mask which instantly refines the pores and evens out the skin tone, leaving your skin smooth, soft and ready for makeup application in just one tiny minute. Instamud has been created using bentonite and kaolin clays, witch hazel, aloe vera and licorice root and as soon as you apply it to clean, dry skin, it activates immediately. The colour of the mask is a remarkable bright purple and as soon as it is on your skin, you get a really cool and refreshing sensation and it then foams up, and after just one minute, simply rinse the skin with clean water and you are ready to go! I have quite sensitive skin, and this caused no problems whatsoever for me and I like to use this 2-3 times a week and for just one minute, it is super easy to include in your skincare routine. I simply adore how clear and smooth this leaves my skin looking.

Within this kit, you also receive a jar of the GlamGlow Glowstarter Moisturiser in the shade Nude Glow. I have had a full-sized pot of this product before and it gives the skin a real healthy glow to it as well as keeping the skin well-moisturised. You get 30ml of the Glowstarter within this kit, and the 50ml full-sized jar costs £36, meaning you are getting £21.60 worth of product for no extra cost. If you are wanting to try either of these products, I would definitely recommend ordering this kit as the value is simply amazing. Glowstarter does come in three different shades, but Nude Glow, which is the one included in the kit is the most suitable for all skin tones. This pearlescent moisturiser has been formulated using powerful botanicals, vitamins, teaoxi golden root technology and hyaluronic acid which will not only add moisture, but keep it locked into the skin throughout the day. On no make-up days, I am more than happy to wear this on its own as it makes my skin look so healthy and radiant, and of course it is keeping my skin well nourished at the same time. 

You can find the GlamGlow The Art Of Glowing Skin Forget The Filter Set online at Space NK for £30.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

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