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What Do You Guys Think About Mud Masks?

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Has anyone seen any success with mud masks? I am going to start using Formula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox Ultra-Cleansing Mud Mask! It uses orange and bergamot.

Has anyone ever used this product?


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I haven't used mud pack yet but i have used queen helene julep masque. This is great and refreshes my skin. When i see a pimple coming in, i also used it as a spot treatment. I used it for the entire face for once a week and spot treatment when needed :)


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I've used the Formula 10.0.6 Deep Down Detox mud mask, and I would say it's a fine mask. If your skin is sensitive, you might feel a little cooling at first but it will fade within a few minutes. It flattens any bumps and makes skin a bit smoother. Overall it's a good mask, especially for the price.

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I've been using natural mud masks for years. It's a nice addition to your regimen, but doesn't do wonders. I usually go with black natural mud, mix it with warm water. Depending on how my skin feels, I might add honey/essential oils/lemon juice/couple drops of oil.


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I am using a mask with camphor in it and it the only thing that has reduced breakout of bumps on my forehead. I use it 3 times a week only on my forehead. You leave for 15 minutes and then rinse off with cold water. I guess the ingredient cleans and calms the skin.

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