Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Review: Alaska Glacial Mud Co. Glacial Facial Purifying Mineral Mud Masque

It's no secret that women spend hours in front of the mirror. However, few stand there to gently caress their faces, in disbelief at just how soft they can be. Yes indeed, I am a convert to the Alaska Galacial Facial. It's an amazing product produced close to the source with sustainability in mind from start to finish. Read on to find out why I love it.

  • Simple ingredients
  • Great texture
  • Easy to apply, especially with a brush
  • Left skin incredibly soft
  • Stylish and recyclable packaging
  • Available in unscented as well as two lovely scents
  • Produced with sustainability in mind
  • Limited retail availability

The Alaska Glacial Facial is an amazing mud mask that truly rises above the competition. They have proved that a beauty product can not only be sustainable, but also offer great results. I love how the mask is available in multiple scents and travel sizes. The brush is vegan (like the mask) and makes applications easier. My only suggestion for improvement would be to expand retail availability. However, they do have a good presence in popular online stores such as Amazon.com. If you're looking for baby soft skin, the Alaska Glacial Facial is a great choice.

Also available on Amazon.com.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


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