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How to Make Easy Homemade Mud Masks by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 26 Mar 2010 10:47pm Once we pass our childhoods, we tend to avoid mud. We see it as nothing more than a dirty mess, without considering the benefits of these two natural resources combined – dirt and water. When dirt and water are mixed to create mud, there are tons of benefits, and you need to be aware of these so that you can make use of mud once again, for some ... Read on »
Good and Dirty Moroccan Mud Mask from Moon-Organics Review by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 May 2012 5:49pm I received the Good and Dirty Moroccan Mud Mask from Susan of Moon-Organics to review. This is one great mud mask! Don’t dare call Good and Dirty “just another mud mask”. We’ve collected mineral rich volcanic ash from around the globe and combined it with 100% pure Dead Sea Salt crystals to provide you with a facial treatment that w ... Read on »
Glamglow Super Clearing Treatment Mud Mask: Look at the label by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 02 Jun 2013 2:01am Glamglow Super Clearing Treatment Mud Mask is the 23rd best selling beauty product on this week. (How random is that!) Water It takes water to make mud. Kaolin, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate It also takes dirt to make mud. Or at least clay which is what these two materials are. Sod ... Read on »
Look At The Label: GlamGlow Tingling & Exfoliating Mud Mask by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Sat 28 Jan 2012 1:01am One of our favorite websites, InventorSpot , brought a new product to our attention: GlamGLow’s tingling face mask.  According to GlamGlow’s website the tagline for this product is “Tingle effect + exfoliation = sexy!” So it is an exfoliationg mask? Or is it a masking exfoliant? And why the heck does it tingle?  Let’s look at the label t ... Read on »
Auromere Rejuvenating Mud Bath & Mask Review by Tara B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 06 Nov 2011 2:04pm I received Rejuvenating Mud Bath & Mask to review. This mud bath and mask is AWESOME! It’s made with 12 Ayurvedic herbs mixed with 4 types of clay. It’s easy to use. Simply mix with water to make a paste and apply. It felt so great on and I felt relaxed and renewed afterwards. Yes, this is pic of me using it fo ... Read on »
Holy Mud Complimentary Mask Treatment at Fred Segal by Shannon N. Posted Thu 21 May 2009 10:09pm This Saturday (May 23) The Holy Mud Company is offering a complimentary mask treatment at Fred Segal in Santa Monica. From 1pm-5pm stop by the beauty store on 500 Broadway and treat yourself. And why not bring a friend, everyone loves something free after all. For more information, you can call Fred Segal at 310-394-8509. Read on »
Face masks by Jules Posted Thu 27 Nov 2008 12:00am Using a face mask once a week is good for your skin. I like Trilogy Purifying Masque, $33.90 for 35ml. Evolu Purifying Mask $35 for 75ml, is also good. Although both these masks are for all skin types, they are clay-based masks, which are good for oily skin, as are mud masks. Another clay mask is Dr Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask, $62 for 90g, w ... Read on »
A mask for all seasons by CultBeautyBlog Posted Thu 13 Jun 2013 1:20pm Face masks are generally seen as a bit of a luxury, something to do on those rare moments when everyone is out of the house and the bath is brimming with bubbles. I used to sit very soundly in this camp, but every skin expert I talk to extolls the wonders of bi-weekly face masks. For my dry skin I do one for extracting impur ... Read on »
Perfect Facial Mask For Me by estertey Patient Expert Posted Sat 25 Jun 2011 11:10pm I did my Home Facial Deep cleaning today but I was suppose to do it yesterday. I really need to focus on doing my Home Facial Deep Cleaning at least 3 times a week to remove those extra dirt and oil on my skin which give me acne breakout. My Murad Facial Mask is starting to run out and it so good in removing extra dirt and oil on my skin, ... Read on »
Warm up to Winter with a Mud Bath at Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort by Shannon N. Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 5:11am Ok, so it’s not winter yet, but here in the Poconos, there are plenty of nights where I could easily believe it was! Warm up to winter as you slide into a toasty mud bath or hot mineral springs pool at the world-famous Dr. Wilkinson’s Hot Springs Resort in historic Calistoga, California. Dr. Wilkinson’s features three thermal pools: an enormous ... Read on »