Mudd Original Face Mask Reviews
Product Type: Mudd Original body care
Description:Brand: Mudd Original / Type: Face Mask / Suitable for: Face / What it does: Cleanses, / Deep Cleansing Pure Clay Formula
Newest Review: ... fashion as most other face masks: apply and leave to dry before washing off. I tend to find that this face mask doesn't apply ... more
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Mudd Mud Face Mask Deep Cleansing Original - 100ml
mudd original mask remains a popular face treatment that uses nat ...
Last Update 09.03.2014 00:43
Customer Mudd Original Face Mask Reviews (28)
by - written on 16/01/08 (Very useful, 361 readings)
Face masks seem to have disappeared from the beauty shelves a bit in recent years, but I'm still a big fan. Not only do they make you feel really pampered, they freshen, exfoliate and tighten your skin. Plus, put one of these on and jump out on your partner and you'll give them the fright of their lives. Mudd mask is cheap and cheerful, coming in a nondescript white and brown tube, in a pretty unappealing cardboard box. This is definitely a product that relies on its price and efficacy to sell, because looks-wise, it's just horrible! The mask itself is a thick, dark brown (yes, it really is pure clay!), and holds its shape when you squeeze it out. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/11/10 (Very useful, 427 readings)
The Testing Ground....... for a pure clay, deep cleaning (with no exotic "dead sea" heritage) facial mask. I've been using Mudd Mask as long as I can remember, at least two decades, but currently it is applied to a 42 year old face, which is being deeply unfair to its owner by suffering from blemishes PLUS wrinkles. Rather than combination skin it is more what I'd call "downright fickle about what state it wants to be" skin. It randomly changes from fairly dry in places (with oh so attractive flaking) to quite oily for my age group. The face still gets spots despite its advanced years, in the main caused by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/04, updated on 26/09/04 (Very useful, 1269 readings)
I can remember as a teenager when I was first introduced to face masks. My Mum was a big cosmetics lover and had a wealth of lotions and potions in our bathroom, all of which I?d try at some point. In those days there wasn?t a lot of choice in the face mask department, it was either the Avon peel off ones which made my face soooooooooo itchy, or good old Mudd masks which dried to a brown crust making you look like a leper as they flaked off all over the floor as soon as you moved. Fast forward twenty years or so and I still use face masks although I?m not regimented enough to pamper myself every week as I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/02, updated on 17/11/02 (Very useful, 401 readings)
Although I have no intention of growing old gracefully, I have settled over the past few years into a relaxed state with my appearance. Without the presence of my handsome husband (he was 9 years younger than me) to have me busily moisturising and hair tinting and generally tittivating in secret, I no longer bother too much about make up for daily life. I still care about trying to keep time at bay, but the days when I would not have left the house without careful application of lippy, eye makeup and blusher have been replaced by quick trips round the supermarket in green wellies. That is a slight exaggeration, but not always far from the truth. By the same ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/07/01, updated on 28/07/01 (Very useful, 981 readings)
It'd been hell at work. I'd rushed about all day long with deadlines to meet, missed lunch, had a disagreement with one of the heirarchy and got stuck in a jam on my way home. It was just one of those days. My BoyFriend was in Bristol deciding if he was going to take a job there or not. So all in all it wasn't a very cheerful Kay who stepped through my front door. Never mind though, must be positive. Straight in the shower and before dressing I went and did my yoga followed by twenty minutes meditation. That felt a lot better. My face still looked a little strained as I returned to the bathroom. Then I remembered the Mudd that my friend had ... Read the complete review
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