mudpack


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mudpack

(ˈmʌdˌpæk)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) a cosmetic astringent paste containing fuller's earth, used to improve the complexion

mud•pack

(ˈmʌdˌpæk)

n.
a pastelike preparation, as one containing fuller's earth, used on the face as a cosmetic restorative.
[1930–35]
Translations

mudpack

[ˈmʌdpæk] nmasque m de beauté

mudpack

[ˈmʌdˌpæk] nmaschera di fango
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If you don't live your life on the edge and the riskiest part of your weekend is hitting up lahar trails, get yourself an SUV with the fundamental features and save the extra cash for your fancy sandspas and mudpacks.
Like a beautician trying to smooth out wrinkles on an ageing movie star, the Archaeological Survey of India, the agency that oversees the monument, has spent the last three years applying mudpacks to whiten the walls and minarets.
Studies that examined hyperthermia showed that balneotherapy with mudpack and hot-pool treatments described a pain-relieving effect, which may be explained by a mitigation of muscle tone, increase in the pain threshold in the nerve endings, and/or peripheral vasodilatation [19, 20, 33].
The monument, built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his favourite wife, Arjumand Bano, better known by her title of Mumtaz Mahal, will be placed in the hands of a hundred workers, who under the guidance of the Archaeological Survey of India, will apply mudpacks and re-plaster stones to enhance the gleam of the architectural wonder.
It has taken the 6-ounce jars of mint julep mask acne cream and mudpack in its Queen Helene line and and put them into 8-ounce tubes, updating the graphics for what president Alan Estrin calls "a more '90s look."
And all of this is Aroning: Megiddo and catacombs and citadels of David; the Jerusalem Star restaurant, full of Palestinian intellectuals, across the street from Ariel Sharon's house in the Arab quarter of the Old City; Masada, where the Zealots might have been better off hiking down the road to Ein Gedi Spa for a mudpack and a sulfur rinse and a Dead Sea float.
With my mind filled with images of Motley Crue all doing mudpack facials, I bid Lee farewell and polite as ever he says it was great to speak to me and he hopes to see me at the gig.
The P3,000 is inclusive of food, use of an off-road vehicle, hot sand steam, whole body mudpack, local guide, cottage, and barangay entrance and conservation fees.
The star said she was delighted to leave behind her normal routine of glamorous hair and make-up for an altogether more fun regime of prosthetic wounds and a bloody mudpack.
My wife went to a beauty parlour and got a mudpack. For two days she looked nice, then the mud fell off.
BET OF THE DAY THE moosus tried a mudpack this week in a bid to make herself more attractive.
For a nominal fee, you can ease yourself into the waters and lather yourself up with a warm, gritty natural mudpack which does wonders for your skin.