Eco-friendly clay mask improves skin
Alaska Glacial Mud is sustainably harvested from Alaska’s Copper River delta and contains more than 60 elements to get a silky-smooth complexion.
Tue, Apr 01, 2008 at 11:16 PM
MUDDY COMPLEXION: Alaska Glacial Mud is available in scents like lavender-peppermint.
From the absolute battering it receives from the sun’s harsh rays, to the once winter, now spring, now stormy temperament that is so often lashed upon it, to the questionable serums that get spread across it in the evenings — seriously, isn’t it about time you cut your skin some slack? And what better way to do so than with the luxuriously mineral-rich Alaska Glacial Mud?
Sustainably harvested from Alaska’s Copper River delta, each container of muddy, yet soothing clay contains more than sixty elements that contribute to your skin’s new and improved silky-smooth complexion. Available in luscious scents like lavender-peppermint, this glacial mud is also combined with certified organic and botanical extracts that are not only moisturizing, but totally anti-aging.
With both recyclable packaging and 10 percent of the profits donated to organizations that work toward habitat restoration and wilderness preservation (just to name a few), we can’t help but have a little crush on this delightful facial mask. Purely irresistible.
Story by Alison Sherbach. This article originally appeared in Plenty in April 2008. This story was added to MNN.com in August 2009.
Copyright Environ Press 2008