If you are a beauty junkie or teenager you will almost probably have heard of GlamGlow. But if like me you can take or leave the beauty pages/blogs/Vlogs and reviews, it may well have passed you by.
I’m informed by my beauty junkie/teenage daughter about miracle products on an almost daily basis as the beauty Vloggers that she is addicted too keep her in touch with all the latest launches and ‘must have’ items and she was beside herself when I told her I (we) had been invited to the launch of GlamGlow’s at M&S .
To be honest I approach beauty launches with a healthy degree of cynicism and am never ever convinced that any amount of cream in a pot can change my life. But give me a couple of glasses of Prosecco, a room full of glamorous beauty PR’s, a self made couple from Hollywood with a lot of celebrity connections and I’m sold.
Glenn and Shannon Dellimore the co-founders of Glamglow tell a convincing story and had just the right amount of passionate belief in their product to make me want to try it out. They wanted to create a face mask that created a “skin on-camera ready in minutes without having to visit the spa” and as Shannon worked as a paralegal at one of LA’s premiere entertainment law firms representing Hollywood celebrities, they had the perfect market to try it out on. Four-years later its one of the top selling skincare products in the world.
But as they say, the proof is in the pudding – or the face mask in this case – and after I had tried it I was sold. I particularly like the Thirsty Mud, designed as a hydrating treatment, which gives a quick boost to tired or dehydrated skin. Add in the eye treatment and you will look like you get at least eight hours sleep a night – which in my case is a rarity.
Plus Michael Bublé uses it before gigs – and if its good enough for the Bublé!
Glamglow is available from Marks and Spencer in stores and online.