Volcano rock in my face cream? Why not? Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer by Glamglow


There are some cosmetics that feature weird ingredients. One of them is volcano rock that was added to my newest face cosmetic, Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer by Glamglow. If you are curious how this product works, feel free to go on reading my newest entry.

Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer cream – How does it work and who I recommend it to?

This product is designed to take care of all skin types, especially dehydrated and sensitive one. On one end, this cream delivers moisturising action and, on the other end, it mattifies the complexion. It regulates performance of sebaceous glands, absorbs the excess of sebum and controls unhealthy shine of skin. The cream’s formula is lightweight and provides skin with hydration and softness. Finally, I find Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer by Glamglow perfect to be used instead of a regular make-up base.

What does Glamglow contain?

The main ingredient of this product is volcano rock that works like a sponge. It absorbs excess of sebum and pollution which cumulate in skin pores. The remaining ingredients of Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer are: vitamin B5, cherry tomato extract, opuntia extract and February daphne extract. All of them supply skin with hydration and protect it against adverse external factors.

How to apply Glamglow cream the right way?

Volcasmic Matte Glow Moisturizer cream has to be applied morning and evening. It has to be put on cleansed and dry skin of face, neck and cleavage. Remember to distribute the cosmetic evenly on the skin by applying circular motions with your fingers. If you would like the treatment to bring even better results, follow this volcano rock cream with Supermud Clearing Treatment face mask. To be frank, I haven’t the opportunity to give a go to this ‘cosmetic combination’ yet. Therefore, if someone of you happened to use these two products, I encourage you to comment and share your thoughts concerning the outcomes of the treatment.

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