When I first saw this mask I was hoping that it would be dupe for the GlamGlow Supermud Clearing Mask (which I’ve done a review on) and about $60.00 cheaper. While it is a good mask it doesn’t in my opinion hold a candle to the GlamGlow Mask. It works in a similar manner; it goes on black and as it dries turns grey as it ‘draws out impurities’. I like using this as an everyday mask and reserve the GlamGlow for special occasions as it really does transform your skin.
I also compared the ingredient list of the two masks and they do have some similar ingredients but not enough to say that the Avon is a dupe for GlamGlow.