Like most men I know, I don't have a "beauty routine." Take a shower, brush my teeth, shave and a little deodorant/cologne and I'm good to go. Well, maybe not "good," but at least acceptable.Not anymore.Now I use GlamGlow, a mud mask created for Hollywood stars that gives you an instant facial that I promise will make you look 10 years younger in about 10 minutes. It's like getting results from a $300 facial for about $5 an application.Yeah, yeah, I know. Women reading this will be skeptical; they've heard it before. My wife routinely orders these lotions, serums and creams she sees advertised online and in her women's magazines and uses me as the test bunny to see what effect they have. Most promise that if you'll use their product for the next 60 or 90 days, you'll start seeing noticeable results.But GlamGlow promises results in 10 minutes .. and I'm here to tell you they're right! It didn't turn me into Brad Pitt, but danged if it didn't work just like they said it would.My wife spread this black goop on my face, and after I washed it off in the shower I was ready for my magazine cover shot. There was a huge improvement in my skin immediately.GlamGlow is made with sea mud from the south of France and contains volcanic rock to grind down the fine lines and wrinkles, activated charcoal to suck up the excess oil and other impurities on your skin, six different acids to add a healthy glow, and a mixture of lavender, cucumber, aloe vera, green tea leaves and peppermint to soften and moisturize.The cost is $69 for a 1.7 ounce jar, which is good for about 10-12 applications. The results last for about three days, but they are most noticeable for 24 hours. So if you need to look stunning for that big event, this is a great way to supercharge your face.You can get it at Neiman Marcus, Dillard's, Nordstrom and Sephora.This Super-Mud (they trademarked that name) was created by a married couple in Hollywood for actors who needed an instant cosmetic boost before a photo shoot or TV/movie scene. With everything in hi-def now, even they need help to look flawless.Tommy Lee of Mötley Crüe was apparently an early adopter and loves the stuff.OK, maybe that's not exactly a compelling endorsement. But the website, glamglowmud.com, also boasts raves from Natalie Portman, Karina Smirnoff of Dancing With the Stars, Miley Cyrus and Ryan Seacrest.And, of course, now there's me.