Not very similar to the name brand.
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Beauty Guru, Kristin, says: This mask from Treehut has a much different texture than the pricy SuperMud treatment - it is full of small exfoliating particles that are actually quite rough. The GlamGlow is a smoother texture, and it dries down completely, allowing you to see when the treatment is done working. The TreeHut mask, while it has similar ingredients and is advertised as having similar benefits, really seemed to be an exfoliating and brightening product. While it has its own benefits, it doesn't dupe the Glam Glow.
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