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GLAMGLOW YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment

Which skin type is it good for? ✔ Normal ✔ Oily ✔ Combination ✔ Dry What it is: A 10-minute professional-quality mud mask for men and women. Solutions for: - Fine lines and wrinkles - Dullness and uneven texture If you want to know more… This mud mask leaves skin noticeably radiant and glowing. It works with the body's natural moisturizing collagen to provide gentle resurfacing exfoliation and helps to leave skin smoother, brighter, and softer. While providing tighter skin texture and tighter pores, it provides a more youthful appearance and absorbs impurities without removing natural oils. What it is formulated WITHOUT: - Parabens - Sulfates - Phthalates Research results: Based on consumer trials: After 1 day of use: - 97% agreed it left their skin smoother, brighter, and softer - 91% agreed it brightened their dull skin - 94% agreed it provided gentle surface exfoliation After using it 3 times during a 7-day period: - 100% agreed it brightened their dull skin - 97% agreed it provided gentle surface exfoliation
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Questions & Answers for GLAMGLOW YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment

Question
Is this mask supposed to contain CHUNKS?
Got a sample in a mini tube at Sephora and tried it...was kinda grossed out at these CHUNKS of "stuff" coming out of the tube...Smeared it all over and after rinsing, my face was very soft, but I'm still concerned about what those chunks actually were. Does anyone know?
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
beachbaby1961
(Hanover, PA)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
9 answers
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answer 1
The chunks are in there for exfoliation purposes. The directions say to wash it off in a circular motion, so that it exfoliates.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
jmw1
(Torrance, CA)
answer 2
Absolutely, yes. This is the seaweed/other natural elements that help make the mask so effective!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
LaurenKomo
(Dayton OH)
answer 3
Yes the chunks are green tea leaves
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
Kallita
answer 4
pretty sure they're tea leaves
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
EventCouturier
(North Tustin, CA)
answer 5
The chunks are tea leaves. That's kind of weird but it seems to work!
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
Aimsfavstore
(Silverdale, Wa)
answer 6
The chunks are green tea leaves! I thought it was weird too, but I just kind of went with it and I loved the mask.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
jessi2345
answer 7
The chunks are the tea leaves they use as an ingredient. They aren't bad in any way and can be applied to the face with no issues.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
anitsirC
(Lawrence, KS)
answer 8
Haha by chucks do you mean little leaves? I know the product contains green tea leaves that can come out all clumpy, as well as bits of clay and volcanic rock. Maybe that's what you're feeling? I don't think it's anything to be overly concerned about though.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
Gab003
(NY)
answer 9
the chunks are seaweed.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
arivas
(Houston, TX)
Question
How much are you supposed to use?
asked 3 years ago
AlexandraBlake
(Dexter, Mo)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
I bought a foundation brush just for this application.
No waste and much easier to apply
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
mbkitty
(Ventura, CA)
answer 2
I received the sample size and used 1/2 the tube for one treatment - it was enough.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
ellefyre
(Vancouver, BC)
answer 3
You can use as much or a little as you dee appropriate. Personally, I put it on my T-Zone or any place where I may have an issue.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
robynlee94
(new york)
answer 4
a nickel size amount should be enough for your whole face. =) enjoy!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
KristoferRobn
(Santa Maria, CA)
answer 5
I spread a very thin layer all over, maybe a 1/4 tsp to a 1/2 tsp for my whole face and neck. It goes on almost clear as a result and then dries like a fine chalky layer. A little goes a very long way!
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
Yashimi
(Vancouver BC)
answer 6
You don't need a think layer. Just enough to lightly cover your face. Keep it away from your eyes. Leave it on until it's completely dry, and then rise off. You'll be amazed by the smoothness you get from this mask.
answered 3 years ago
nelsel
answer 7
Just a thin layer. Expensive, but works great.
answered 3 years ago
yourale
(new york, ny)
answer 8
Smooth a very thin layer over your entire face. Let it dry for about 10 minutes ( it turns whitish-grey). Ad warm water to moisten your skin and scrub into your skin in circular movements , like your are using a scrub), rinse with warm water, finish with cool to close your pores. Hello gorgeous skin! :)
answered 3 years ago
Anonymous
(Ponte Vedra Beach, FL)
Question
Should I wash my face before using this masks?
I know you normally do, but since this one also works as an exfoliate, I wanted to know so i'm not rough on my face. Thank you!
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
ariza2013
(virginia beach, va)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
I'd say it depends on your skin type. If you have dry skin, I wouldn't wash it first. If you have oily skin, combination skin or are just applying the mask to the oiler parts of your face, I'd wash it first with a mild cleanser. I wouldn't use anything with harsh acne treatment chemicals or anything that could dry out your skin. Hope this helps!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
magsncheese
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
Yes! Yes! And again YES! You always want to wash before using a mask. Not washing and cleaning all the oils and make up with minimize the effectiveness of the product. Just don't use a scrub for your wash that day.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Alwazsmilin
(San Diego, ca)
answer 3
Yes, it says that must e applied over clean face. I have used after shower and it burns really bad, so I usually wash my hp face with a neutral soap and after that I apply the mask
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
AngieOB
(Mexico Cty)
answer 4
Take off make up and use a gentle face wash.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
pmarie005
answer 5
i think it'll work more effectively if you use this product on a clean face. i personally exfoliate (using dermalogica thermafoliate) before i used glamglow youthmud and it works really well for me
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
lippyandgloss
answer 6
Always start with cleansed skin prior to any mask treatment.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
lbuscemi
(Oklahoma City)
answer 7
I do with a very gentle cleanser just to break any oil and dirt from my face so the glamglow can get as deep as possible to my pores. It does burn at first but calms after my pores open all the way. I love this stuff!
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
Kandy77
(Wisconsin)
answer 8
Hi Ariza2013,

We do suggest using the product on clean skin!
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
My GlamGlow mask didnt come in a box and is without directions! Help! How do I use this?
Recently bought this GlamGlow mask and it didn't come in a box. And the jar has zero directions on it. Can someone tell me how to use this product the right way?
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
crimsonb
(Bloomfield NJ)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
When I bought mine, there weren't any directions on the box. The only directions are on the actual container, and they're pretty vague. What I did was apply a thin layer to my nose, using a dabbing motion rather than rubbing (it's thin and a little watery, so rubbing and smearing made it thicker in some areas than in others. For even appliance, dab it on). Then I waited until it dried (it turns a light grey when it dries, it's obvious when it's dry so you'll definitely know when to take it off). Then I just splashed luke warm water over the dry mask and rubbed it off.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
magsncheese
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
Mine didn't either! I had to read the reviews online.
Just apply it all over your face (I would avoid applying it close to your eyes), and wash it off after about 10 minutes!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
MissDoma
(Omaha, NE)
answer 3
Cleanse your skin very gently to remove any makeup or oils on your skin.
Apply a thin layer to skin once dry.
Leave on for around 10 minutes, this is an estimation as you wash it off once it is dry, you won't be able to move your face.
Rinse off with warm, not hot, water.
Dry skin and apply usual serums, moisturisers, etc.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
NeuroPharma
(Aberdeen, UK)
answer 4
I used it on a clean face. Make sure you put a decent layer and leave on for 15 minutes. Mine also came without a box and instructions.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
dp1983
(Boston, MA)
answer 5
You apply a thin layer on your face like mask. Leave on for 10 minutes (it will tingle a little) then rinse off with warm water. Your skin will feel super smooth and have a radiant glow.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
beachblonde18
(Connecticut)
answer 6
To use this product, apply it to a clean, dry face. Put on a even layer that will be opaque on your skin. It doesn't have to be incredibly thick, you just want to put on enough so it doesn't dry immediately. Leave the mask on for at least ten minutes, or wait for the product to dry fully. It will feel very tight on your face and the tingling will subside.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
loveamyleigh
(Boston, MA)
answer 7
First of all was the inner seal opened? If so please don't use this because who knows who was touching it or added something unwanted to the jar, but you simply can apply a small amount to the whole face or places you want (avoiding eyes), leave on for about 10mins and rinse off with water in circular motions. It will burn a bit and it's normal, part of the exfoliating process!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
KaitlynR
(Ingonish, NS)
answer 8
The directions for the use of this product are as follows:

-Apply a thin layer to clean face (can also be used on the neck and chest).
-Remove mask with water in circular motions to exfoliate.
-Use twice a week or as often as desired.
-Seal lid tightly.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
RandeeBT
Question
will this product irritate sensitive skin?
asked 2 years, 5 months ago
BlueIvy22
(Newark, DE)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
I have pretty sensitive skin and I just used this product a few minutes ago. I won't lie, it burned and tingled while it was on my face, especially on the drier areas of my skin. But I washed it off and my blackheads are gone and my face isn't red. All I can say is that I don't have any immediate irritation from it.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
magsncheese
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
I would say yes... though I don't have sensitive skin. It tingles and I could see how someone might think it stung a little. Maybe get the small size mask? At my sephora, I was very wary of getting the product, so they made me a free sample of it. See if yours will do the same so you don't waste money!
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
LaurenKomo
(Dayton OH)
answer 3
I would say it depends on the sensitivity. See if you can get a sample and do a patch test just behind the ear and see how your skin is with it. I have sensitivity and it felt like it was burning more than tingling, it also felt very harsh and scrubby when washing off but honestly I had no negative side effects and I used it on my whole face and left it for 20 minutes. So I would definitely recommend a patch test if you are hesitant.
answered 2 years ago
DaisyLane
(Ottawa, ON)
answer 4
I think it depends on how rough you are with the application and removal. If you have sensitive skin, I would think you would want to avoid anything with "tingling" in the description.
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
nyorker99
(Binghamton, NY)
answer 5
It didn't irritate my sensitive skin. I only use it once a week though, for my weekly exfoliating. If I used it more I know it would irritate my skin. It has crushed pumas stone in it.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
Dooderz
(Valdosta, GA)
answer 6
I have extremely dry, sensitive, acne-prone skin but this product did not irritate my skin, nor dry it out.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
SamMarie1290
(Iowa)
answer 7
I have sensitive skin, and this product did not make my skin act up. In fact, after using this product, my skin was less red than before using the mask. Get it and love it, ladies!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
snugglepurr
(Liberty Twp, OH)
answer 8
I have extremely, extremely sensitive skin (like the kind of skin that gets irritated even from the products that are specifically targeted for people with sensitive skin). I've found though that this mask really soothes my skin, calming redness and any blemishes. It also leaves my face so silky smooth! If you're worried, try getting the smaller tub first!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
Gab003
(NY)
Question
I just bought this product. It is very dry what do I use to rub it on?
When the lady showed me how to use she used a brush but the product was more moist. I see you say purified water should be added. Where do I get this? and how much should I add?
asked 3 years, 4 months ago
12flygirl34
(Aiea, Hi)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
I've bought many jars of YouthMud and, like someone else mentioned, it should be the consistency of sandy toothpaste. Due to not tightening the lid after I used, I wasted an almost brand new jar of it because it dried out. It sounds like a manufacture fluke that allowed air to get into your jar. Definitely shouldn't be described as "dry."
FYI- for some reason you're not able to return it. I gave my "ruined" jar to my friends 15 y/o little sister (didn't have a job yet to pay for her own jar). She said that she'd use two parts of the dried out YouthMud and one part, either cold cream or gentle face wash. According to her, it worked almost as well.
answered 6 months ago
sju426
answer 2
You should take it back to the store and ask for another one. Its suppose to be wet.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
Colorfulmilo
(Charlotte, NC)
answer 3
My mask was wet, like a paste, and I put it on with my fingers. Maybe you should take it back and ask for another one.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
obswithskincare
(fresno, CA)
answer 4
just use ur fingers and spread it out really well. It's easier to spread once its on ur face.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
kknicole
(aliso viejo, ca)
answer 5
Distilled water (available at any grocery/mass merchandise store). Add enough water so that you can easily apply this to your skin. Adding too much water will only make it take longer to dry. It will not "mess up" the product.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
CurvyDivaG
(Indianapolis, IN)
answer 6
You should take it back, it should not be dry, fresh one has consistancy of a tooth paste, you can smear it easy
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
juliab76
(california ventura)
answer 7
When I opened the jar and tried to put it on the inside of the jar looked grey as when you put it on. It just kept balling up and dropping off my face. I added water and it seemed to work because it began to look like a mud pack on my face. Thanks. I do like the product now.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
12flygirl34
(Aiea, Hi)
answer 8
I just use my fingers to apply it. It shouldn't be dry in the container, although it does dry very quickly on your face. Just a quick thin layer is all that's needed.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
saraap
(ND)
Question
Do you use a moisturizer after you use this mark?
Wondering if you are suppose to use moisturizer or another mask after this...
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
yin33
(Mclean, VA)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
As a rule, I use YouthMud twice a week right before bed. Those two nights I follow up with a more gentle toner (made by Burt's) and a heavier moisturizer (by dermalogica) than I do the other nights. I have extra oily skin, but those products together, seem it under control.
Of course, it's just a matter of personal preference but I'd suggest using at least a light moisturizer after YouthMud. Not because it's drying but your pours being so clean and open after you wash it off, is the perfect time to give it some moisture.
answered 6 months ago
sju426
answer 2
It really depends on your skin type. Generally speaking, unless you have REALLY oily skin, it's always a good idea to follow any mask or exfoliator with a moisturizer. If you don't, your skin might become too dry, which will then force your oil glands to start over producing oil to help the dryness, which could cause breakouts. If you have dry skin, combination skin, or even oily skin, I'd follow with a moisturizer or gel. Hope this helps.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
magsncheese
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 3
After taking the mask off with a washcloth to exfoliate, I usually use a facial cleanser to get any residual clay off my skin. Then I use my regular toner, serums, and moisturizers and that seems to work well as the skin is fresh after the mask and anything you put on afterward will penetrate better.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
vamphype
(WI)
answer 4
I would always recommend using a moisturizer whenever you do a mask. Try using coconut oil, it's amazing!
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
Chelgager1
(Los Angeles, Ca)
answer 5
preferably yes
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
zhaddict
(la, ca)
answer 6
I sometimes do and sometimes don't. If you are feeling dry then use one, but it's not needed.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
LaurenB2244
(Los Angeles)
answer 7
Definitely! I do this mask after washing my face and then I follow up with toner, serum, and moisturizer!
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
MelzyMeli
(Athens, GA)
answer 8
I follow up with my normal moisturizer. It gives me a great finished feeling but I definitely needed a moisturizer afterwards.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
JustMade35
(New Orleans, LA)
Question
This is formulated with parabens, will this effect my skin negatively?
I read the ingredients and see that parabens are listed, I had always been told that parabens are bad, but the reviews say such wonderful things....
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
(Lakeside, OR)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
8 answers
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answer 1
You likely eat more parabens for breakfast than what you put on your face in a year
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
el705
answer 2
Not exactly sure when this mask was reformulated, but it does NOT contain parabens anymore. I just purchased a jar and it says paraben-free. Now, if they took out the artificial fragrance, I would be even happier...
answered 2 years, 6 months ago
leeyah87
(Honolulu, HI)
answer 3
Wow. Parabens are NOT carcinogens. Carcinogen means "cancer causing". Parabens are preservatives used to inhibit bacteria growth. They started being used to replace formaldehyde, a much more dangerous preservative that used to be the norm as a cosmetic preservative. The 2004 study that started all this hype did not say that parabens caused breast cancer, only that paraben metabolites were found in some tissue samples. There are naturally-occurring phytoestrogens (parabens are phytoestrogens) that we consume in foods that are 10,000 times stronger than the levels of parabens found in cosmetics. I'm all for making informed decisions and being safe, but please do your research. Choosing cosmetics and skincare that is free of parabens means shorter shelf lives and more expense for the consumer while companies scramble to find a viable alternative to something that has never been proven to be unsafe in the first place. All that being said, I do prefer to have the option of choosing what I put on my skin and what I don't. I am just aware that if I choose a product or line without items like parabens or sulfates in them, I will have to pay significantly more for them.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
sarahmorgen
(Richmond, VA)
answer 4
I find the attitude of “oh well it’s in everything anyway, what’s the difference” to be completely ignorant and a dangerous one. Especially, since this is not just some passing concern from a few years ago, there are many studies that are continually being conducted. In fact, just last year (2012), as published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology, The University of Reading in the United Kingdom found that 99% of the tissue samples collected from female breast cancer patients during the study contained at least one paraben, and 60 percent of the samples contained no fewer than five different types of parabens. So, while there might not be definitive proof, there is no denying that there seems to be a strong correlation here. And then we have to hear things like “but keep in mind that they {parabens} are in so many products that we use in our daily life.” Oh really, so that makes it ok? Wakeup, there are so many paraben-free products available on the market today, at Sephora and at your local healthfood stores. The point is, ladies, that we have a CHOICE! So, why not bet on the safe side?
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
BE11E
(Orange County, CA)
answer 5
Just adding my two cents on the paraben debate. While I feel it's a personal decision whether to use products with parabens or not, one thing is not up for debate: parabens are cheap preservatives. Very cheap. So I'm a bit annoyed by companies that charge an arm and a leg for their wonderfully concocted products, only to find their choice of preservative to be a paraben. It tends to make me a bit skeptical about their other ingredient choices. I mean, is the formula really that amazing if you choose this route to preserve? Just saying. I expect that from a drugstore brand. Not a high end brand.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
pixiedust2
(CA)
answer 6
I try to stay away from products with parabens as well. This mask is totally amazing though, and I don't think that the amount of parabens in it are all that bad.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
strawberrycurl
(Chantilly, VA)
answer 7
The big debate about parabens comes from a few years ago when they first started noticing that parabens were found in breast tissue samples from patients with breast cancer. Because of this people started to worry about them for the obvious reasons. However, they are in almost everything that our bodies come in contact with. Everything from skincare, makeup, laundry detergent, toothpaste, etc. the list goes on and on. They have done studies on the acute, subchronic, and chronic effects in rodents to find out exactly how bad they are for us. The studies indicate that parabens are practically non-toxic. Parabens are rapidly absorbed, metabolized, and excreted through the body. However, some studies do show that methylparaben when on the skin and exposed to UVA/UVB rays can increase photosensitivity and increase skins aging. Other studies show that this is only true under extreme conditions where excessive amounts of methylparaben are applied and UV exposure is at a constant high that isn't the common rate of exposure that we are exposed to every day. My point is that science still doesn't have a definitive answer regarding parabens but most scientists and doctors agree that in small amounts they are not bad. In short it's a matter of opinion wether or not you want to avoid them all together, but keep in mind that they are in so many products that we use in our daily life. A product like this that only is on the skin for 10-20 minutes isn't going to harm you, unless of course you are allergic to something else in the product. Hope this helps.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
xnobzx
(New Jersey)
answer 8
Parabens may not necessarily cause a bad reaction, but they are known carcinogens.

I wish Sephora would clarify that just because a product is "WITHOUT" some things, doesn't mean that what is in there is any better!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
nap1981
(Chicago, IL)
Question
about how many uses do you get out of this little jar/how long does it last? how often do you use it?
asked 3 years, 7 months ago
andienj
(Marlboro, NJ)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
7 answers
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answer 1
I get about 10 -12 uses out of the small trial size. You will be amazed how little you need.
answered 9 months ago
cutiepiemom
(New York, NY)
answer 2
A little goes a long way. I have used it 4x and its maybe half gone. Once a week has been working for me. Maybe will step that up in summer.
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
tdcm
(milw,wi)
answer 3
So Far I Have Had This Jar For About Two Weeks. I have Used It Every Two or Three Days..I Believe I Have Enough For About Another Week & One Half. I Have Never Used A Product That Gave Me Great Results Like This Has. I Believe Its Worth Every Dime...
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
mssydee
(New York)
answer 4
This product seems like it will go far
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
BettySewsAlot
(plantation Fl)
answer 5
I've only had this jar for a month or so and there is plenty left in it. I use it once a week.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
flaminllama
(Stockton, CA)
answer 6
My name is Shannon Dellimore and I am the CEO and Co-Founder of GLAMGLOW. Thank you for the question. You should typically get about 12 treatments out of the jar. You only need a thin layer. Since it is a natural product it may start to darken from our TEAOXI Technology and thicken over time, you can just quickly stir it up to reliquify and this will help you get even more treatments out of the jar. Enjoy!!!
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
GLAMGLOW
(Hollywood, CA)
answer 7
I'd say you get 20 uses out of the jar easily. You need a very thin layer.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
bkc10013
(NY, NY)
Question
Is 10 minutes sufficient time for maximum results or should you leave on longer?
asked 2 years, 1 month ago
buddybooboo
(new york, NY)
on YOUTHMUD™ Tinglexfoliate Treatment
7 answers
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answer 1
You should not leave it on for much longer than 10 mins, it is quite a strong mask and may cause irritation if left on for a long time. I wait until the color turns a lighter green (indicating dryness) and then I wash it off.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
Anonymous
answer 2
Apply a thin layer but one that covers completely, then leave on until completely dry. Then wash off. However long that is - times will vary depending on climate and temperature.
answered 2 years ago
NoooDrama
(Newport Beach, CA)
answer 3
I used it for about 20 minutes maybe, no negative effects though. Judge it by your own skin. Try leaving it for an extra 5 and see if you noticed any difference between 10. Try upping the time gradually.
answered 2 years ago
DaisyLane
(Ottawa, ON)
answer 4
It is sufficient, but I found that for myself, longer = better!
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
vwgirl14
answer 5
When you apply it, it`s dark and more "liquid", then you have to wait until it is dried on your face and then remove it.
The color will be lighter and if will have a hard texture of dried mud on your face.
When it all dried and the same color you can remove it!
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
MashaFoxy
(Toronto, ON)
answer 6
I usually keep mine on until it starts to harden and feel dry. I'd say 10 minutes is long enough, but I usually wear it while I'm folding laundry or something, so usually I do 20 minutes.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
ororker2456
(Pittsburgh, PA)
answer 7
I left it on longer because I had on a few spots that were not dry. But it works great for me.
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
denise51
(Honolulu, HI)
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