Fans of Glamglow’s mud masks, the wait is finally over: The brand’s cleansers are going to be available in Singapore starting end of April.

For less fervent fans, here’s some context: Glamglow launched a new range of cleansers based on its cult-favourite mud masks back in January. But they were only available in the US.

B Glamglow mud facial cleansers thirstycleanse and supercleanse in Singapore.png

These cleansers follow the same concept as the brand’s Powermud treatment, a mud mask that transforms into a cleansing oil when in contact with water.

Similarly, the new facial washes come out of the pump packaging as a luxurious mud, which slowly lathers into a gentle foam with water, dissolving oil and makeup in the process.

WATCH: See how the cleansers work in beauty vlogger Steve Jan’s video

There’s one to match each of the four mud-masks in the line, too.

Supercleanse – counterpart to the brand’s most powerful pore-purifying Supermud – uses a blend of bamboo charcoal, eucalyptus and glycolic acid to draw out impurities and reduce blemishes.

Those with drier skin types should opt for Thirstycleanse, which contains pure green coconut water and olive milk on top of clay for the most comforting cleanse.

Excited to try it? Supercleanse and Thirstycleanse, $59 each, will be available from 30 April 2015 and 28 May 2015 respectively, at Escentials and Sephora.

Stay tuned for more news on when Youthcleanse and Powercleanse will be in Singapore.