Mud Mask Rap Promotes Natural Skin Care

The Mud Mask Rap - a different approach to getting the message out.

Daily skin care is a challenge for most people, especially those of us with issues such as acne, large pores and skin that shows signs of aging - pretty much everyone on the planet.

We wrote some lyrics and gave them to rap artist JMoon to put to his beats. We love what he came up with. Is this a first? A skin care rap? Get your mud mask on!

You can watch this video on YouTube here: Mud Mask Rap

Toxic Chemicals In Your Cosmetics

What Is Your Skin Absorbing?

When you place any skin care or cosmetics product on your skin, your skin absorbs that product. If the product is made with synthetic or toxic chemicals, your skin will absorb those toxins as well. Although your skin is designed to be a protective barrier, it is porous and will absorb the ingredients in many skin care and cosmetics products. Regular use of chemical laden ingredients will cause the body to store these chemicals. Over time this accumulation can cause many health issues.

Avoid Putting Harmful Chemicals On Your Skin

Take the time to read the labels on the skin care and cosmetics products you are purchasing. Where possible, seek out skin care products that contain all natural ingredients. The label on most commercially sold skin care and bath products will include a list of ingredients that you may not recognize. The infographic below sheds some light on these ingredients and the health effects they may have on your body over time. For more product reviews check out Comparoid.

Chemicals in Skin Care Products

Dead Sea Mud Mask Video Review and Demonstration

Charlotte's Review of the Dead Sea Mud Mask by Pure & Essential Minerals.
In this demonstration and review Charlotte talks about her search for an all natural facial mask and how the Dead Sea Mud Mask is working for her sensitive skin type.

You can see the video on our you tube channel here:

Mud Mask Review

Men’s Skin Care – Get Your Mud Mask On!

Men's Skin Care Face Mask

Traditionally, men spend less time caring for their skin than women do. They also spend more time damaging their skin through hazardous work conditions and rugged outdoor activities.
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