GlamGlow was founded in 2010 by married couple Glenn and Shannon Dellimore. They began with no experience in the skincare market, and after consulting with chemists, they created their first product, YouthMud. They have since grown into a multi-million dollar brand. They are headquartered in Los Angeles, CA and their products are manufactured there as well.

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19 products

700 reviews

50% would repurchase

Recent GLAMGLOW Reviews

Masks -GLAMGLOW -Supermud Clearing Treatment Masque

on 4/17/2018 8:25:00 AM


Price is outrageous for what it is. It's basically a clay mask with some acids for exfoliation (glycolic, salicylic and lactic acids) and peppermint extract. Grab yourself some Ordinary glycolic toner, salicylic acid and lactic acid and you'll have the same effects (if not better) without the added fragrance and irritating menthol.

TLDR; Overhyped and overpriced. Skip it.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Masks -GLAMGLOW -ThirstyMud Hydrating Treatment

on 4/14/2018 8:40:00 PM


Beautiful packaging and yummy smell! I was really looking forward to getting this on my typically dehydrated skin. The mask easy to apply, and left my skin feeling softer. I really wanted to leave it overnight but after about 15 min my skin started feeling a little minty fresh cool, which was a little odd and I did not like the feeling of this coolness and removed it. Other than that it is a good mask, but there are other options out there for less that do the same.

Moisturizers -GLAMGLOW -Glowstarter


As someone with extremely dry skin, I do appreciate the moisturization that this product gives, but I have to say that I otherwise feel pretty neutral about this product. Generally it's alright; it illuminates my skin nicely for more "natural" days when I wear less makeup, and functions as a decent enough base for days when I wear heavier makeup. I like the orange creamsicle scent, too!

I'm actually surprised at the negative reviews that say that this makes foundation patchy, because I haven't experienced this problem myself, but maybe that result is dependent on which foundations you use together with it (I use primarily hydrating foundations, such as the Sephora Brightening & Hydrating foundation). So I think it's an okay product, but honestly, there are other products out there that perform the same way with a much less hefty price tag; because of this, I won't be repurchasing.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Moisturizers -GLAMGLOW -VOLCASMIC Matte Glow Moisturizer

Delighted I found this moisturizer, the way it converts from a balm on the skin feels so luxurious and gives great “slip” while massaging it in. I love the smell, and I love the act of putting it on it’s so enjoyable. It goes great under make up or by itself it’s my staple AM moisturizer now. It also wears fine for me, I always have to blot my nose through the day anyway.

Cleansers -GLAMGLOW -Supercleanse Clearing Mud to Foam Cleanser

on 3/30/2018 9:10:00 AM


This cleanser is way too harsh for anyone's skin in my opinion. First I have acne prone skin, and not a newbie in regards to acids/retinols/retinoids. (Pixi Glow tonic, Sunday Riley Good Genes, Sunday Riley Luna oil, and Differin user) So my skin really isn't sensitive. I love the GlamGlow supermud mask, so I figured I'd like the cleanser as well. Nope, a big mistake. This really irritated my skin.

Like prior reviewers leaves skin very tight and stripped of oils. Due to that fact, I can't use this around my eyes (I get eyelid eczema occasionally) and after 1 week of use, I got my eyelid eczema back as well as dermatitis on my cheek, and corner of my mouth. (Argh)

It does feel great on the skin, like a watered down version of the mask. Pleasant smell, applies smoothly and washes off without scrubbing. However due to clay and charcoal it's messy clean up. So cleaning up the skin twice a day to avoid staining is a pain.

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