Product Type: Mudd Original body care
Newest Review: ... application of their pure clay formula original mask. On the back of the packaging we are told that the product will tone and tighten you... more
Breasts like two pulsating beacons.
Mudd Original Face Mask
Member Name: Sexy Kay
Mudd Original Face Mask
Date: 28/07/01, updated on 28/07/01 (978 review reads)
Advantages: Smooth skin
Disadvantages: Grit in BF's teeth
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 given me. She gets all sorts of samples and bits from where she works - quite legally, of course! "I'll give it a try", I thought - as any good little Dooyoo'er would.
Mudd, in case you don't know, is a face mask that is said to tone and tighten the skin. I hadn't used it before, never really felt the need, so I didn't know what to expect. I read on the packet that it was also a deep pore cleanser that draws out hidden oils and grime. What was the packet trying to insinuate! It went on to say that it helps control spots and blackheads. Charming! I looked in the mirror closely at my face, was it really that bad? Did the packet know something I didn't? I didn't think so, my skin seemed OK. I still had a suntan which helps, but I did look a bit tired. Right what do I have to do?
'Soak face with a warm, moist cloth and blot dry'. This didn't seem beyond my capabilities. Then apply Mudd over the entire face, avoiding eyes. No problem. But, before I started slapping it on, I had a thought. Ding! If it tones and tightens would it be good for boobs as well? I must have been feeling brighter!
The tube of Mudd I had, 80ml, was supposed to be enough for up to eight applications so I had plenty and, as I hadn't d
ressed yet, I thought, "Why not". I squeezed some mud onto my hand. It looked like ... well, mud. A sort of a khaki gunge of a colour and it had a very slight perfume smell. In the interests of science and discovery (& Dooyoo), I smoothed it onto my face and then over each breast.
I pulled on a pair of jeans, slumped in my favourite chair in the living room and put on my headphones to listen to a bit of Beethoven - yes, Ludwig van!
I shut my eyes and relaxed. My skin, covered by the Mudd, started to tighten and tingle as the storm of the Pastoral Symphony reached a crescendo. It felt sort of odd, not upleasant, everything was just getting tighter - and the 'thanksgiving after the storm' began.
This is a good time to stop the story and suggest that you remember two things if you decide to use Mudd:
(1) Bolt all doors.
(2) Read the full instructions
To continue. I opened my eyes and there was BF just standing there looking at me, briefcase in hand. He wasn't supposed to be back until the next morning. This wouldn't have been too bad, after all there isn't much he hasn't seen, but he had someone with him! Oh dear. Of course in such situations your mind starts ticking over very rapidly: 'Oh my God, just look at me. Mudd over my face and boobs, slumped in a chair wearing only jeans with the zip half undone, bare feet wiggling to the music. Oh dear. Do I cover myself and rush out or what?' I made a decision.
I stood up while pulling on my zip, kissed BF on the cheek, said 'hello' to the other bloke and walked calmly to the bathroom as if everything was quite normal. Crikey my skin was tingling. How do I get the stuff off? Read the packet again, 'Allow 10-15 minutes to dry then soften with a cool wet cloth and gently wipe off'. 10-15 minutes!! I must have had it on for .. oh I don't know ... ages, no wonder I was overdosed with ting
I attacked my face first using my face flannel. The stuff was like ... well mud still ... but dried mud. I tried to soften the gunge and some come away but a lot seemed to be resistant to my flannel's efforts. I got the worst off and then started on my boobs. My goodness they tingled and the mud seemed lodged in the most sensitive places. I worked away like a woman possessed and eventually removed most of the dried Mudd.
My face was glowing and my breasts were like two pulsating beacons. What on earth had I done! And then I remembered the man with BF, "Wonder who he is?" I touched my face and it actually felt quite nice and soft. Almost like it was slightly damp following being moisturised. It looked pink though - likewise my boobs, and again the skin felt smooth and tight.
My immediate opinion overall of Mudd was pretty good. I had used the 'Original Mask'. The pink glow after use is seemingly quite normal and simply indicates an increase of circulation. So no harm done! There is a warning that should any skin irritation develop then you should discontinue use - which is obvious really. I seemed to be OK.
The ingredient's are described as 'Nature's Own', whatever that means, and is said to be a pure clay formula. When I look at the listed ingredients, which I'll leave at the end, they don't sound that natural to me - but they well may be, I just don't know. The final ingredient and therefore the smallest is Kaolin which, I believe, is a fine white clay used in making porcelain. The product is not tested on animals.
Anyway I got dressed properly and tried to make my self respectable and went in to see BF and his 'friend'.
He was James, who had also gone along to Bristol with regards to working there. He was a nice guy and too polite to mention my original appearance, though BF said he thought I looked flushed.
had left I anxiously looked at BF and said, "Well?"
He looked at me and answered that he wasn't going to move to Bristol as he thought there were better opportunities for advancement, and more money potential, in London. I got a bit niggled inside as he didn't say anything about our relationship. I was about to have a pop at him when he came out with the something that for once made me quite speechless (no not that!)
"Kay, will you marry me?"
"Are you serious?!"
Product: Mudd Original Mask
Manufacturer: Chattem (UK) Ltd.
Ingredients: Aqua, Solum Fullonum, Disodium Cocamido MIPA-Sulfosuccinate, Alcohol Denat, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Methyparaben, Parfum, Propylparaben, Styrax Benzoin, Iron Oxide, Kaolin.
"You taste a bit gritty."
"Well leave 'em alone then!"