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The importance of washing your face is not always that obvious when you are dead-tired. I know the feeling… You come home late, you’ve been running around all day and the first thing you want to do is collapse in to a heap of exhaustion and just go to sleep. Taking off your makeup is probably the last thing on your mind and you probably shrug off that voice inside your head nagging you to reach for the makeup wipes. We are all guilty of it but what might seem like no big deal really is and I’m here to tell you why.

First and foremost, sleeping in your makeup clogs your pores. Throughout the day makeup traps pollutants and other nasties on your skin and when you don’t wash your face this allows for dirt and bacteria to build up and enter the pores. Yuck! This can lead to enlarged pores, dehydrated skin and painful pimples. Not to mention the fact that any lotions or potions you put on top can’t work their magic.

If you want to get your glow on, not washing your face is not the way to go about it! One of the keys to glowing skin is exfoliation but when you have a layer of makeup caked on top of it this seriously impedes your skins ability to naturally exfoliate. On average we shed 50 million skin cells a day and if there is a layer of makeup sitting on our face our skin just isn’t able to shed those dead skin cells. The result? A noticeably grey, sallow, lackluster complexion.

If you’re still not sold on the importance of washing your face, then this next fact is sure to get you reaching for the face wash. Sleeping in your makeup not only clogs your pores but can also exacerbate inflammatory skin diseases such as rosacea and eczema and can even lead to nasty infections such as sties or conjunctivitis. In fact, your eyes are the perfect petri dish for nasty bacteria and dirt to build up and the longer eye makeup stays on your eyes the higher the risk of infection.

So the moral of this blog post? Wash your face kids! Ow and don’t forget to use the MUDMASKY® Facial Detox Purifying Recovery Mask once a week to purify and minimize large pores. 


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Broken Capillaries, also known as spider veins are very hard to treat. Medically speaking there are no known methods to shrink capillaries, but there are ways to make them disappear and to prevent them.

How to prevent Broken Capillaries?

  • The most common cause of Broken Capillaries is sun exposure. Always use sunblock, protecting your skin is very important.
  • Vigorous scrubbing of the skin can aggravate already sensitive areas. Be gentle with your skin and use a pH-Neutral Soap.
  • Don’t drink alcohol. It “feeds” the Capillaries with poison.

What makes Broken Capillaries worse?

  • Don’t go to the sauna and watch out with hot baths if you suffer from Broken Capillaries. Changes in temperature can aggravate broken capillaries.
  • Strenuous exercise. Blood vessels break in the skin when the pressure around the area is increased, as during a heavy weight-lifting session.
  • High stress can dilate blood vessels and result in broken capillaries.

How to make Broken Capillaries disappear? 

  • Upgrade your natural vitamin intake with drinking 2 glasses of fresh orange juice a day.
  • Try using natural vitamin-e oil (watch out 90% isn’t natural). You can purchase it anywhere for 4 or 5 dollars max. Take 2 drups and gently rub the area 3 times a day with your finger tips. Make sure washing your hands before doing! This takes a couple of months before you see any results.
  • Mineral salt baths can stop itchiness and itching the area makes it worse.

Last but not least

Some skin-care companies claim that they can treat Broken Capillaries. It’s best to stay away from this companies. It’s a false claim. If you need any advice about “how to treat a skin condition’ it’s best to visit a Dermatologist.


Written by Lloyd Diamond, Head Chemist at Mudmasky. Mr Diamond has worked as a dermatologist for over 20 years. Please also visit:


Lemons are good for your skin; do you want to know why and how to use them, read more about the most well known citrus fruit in the world.

While the very first encounter with a lemon may not always run smoothly, there are enough reasons to love this citrus. The juice is not only refreshing in cuisine and cocktails; it also does wonders for your skin.

Lemons are rich in nutrients and can be used for numerous skincare treatments. Lemons act as cleansers and detoxifiers for the body systems. They contain many substances such as citric acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C and flavonoids. This makes lemons not only good for the skin but also for your entire health.

Vitamin C in lemons

The most notable substance that lemons behold is Vitamin C. Vitamin C is an antioxidant, which is vital to removing free radicals that can damage healthy cells throughout the body. Free radicals are the biggest threat to our skin because they damage the cell and its membrane. Vitamin C is the only antioxidant that that can also increase collagen synthesis. Collagen is responsible for skin strength and elasticity, and as we age collagen production decreases and causes wrinkles. Additionally vitamin C found in lemon juice has been known to kill specific strains of bacteria that can cause acne.

A healthy way to get more lemon juice into your system is by adding some lemon juice into a glass of water each day. It’s not only good for your skin but can be nice for a change.

You can also use lemons on your skin to treat:

Acne and blackheads

The antibacterial and antifungal activity of lemons you can use as a natural alternative to acne and blackheads.
Chop just a lemon in half and rub the juice on your face. You can always smear a thin layer of honey on top, before you tackle those black dots. Let everything soak for 3- 5 to minutes and wash your face thoroughly with cold water.

Spots and blemishes

Scars from acne, dark spots and imperfections are pretty tough fight. The acid in lemon juice will gradually settle your skin. Watch out for small wounds. Contact lemon can prick properly.

Oily skin

If you suffer from an oily skin lemon juice can help you too.
Squeeze the lemon juice into a bowl and add 50% water into the bowl. Then use just enough to dampen a cotton ball. Apply to affected areas 3 or 4 times a week before you go to sleep. When you wake up, rinse your face with warm water. Wait at least 10 minutes and apply moisturizer as usual.

 Important note:

Never use lemon (juice) if you go out in the sun and always test patch on sensitive skin.
– Lemons or lemon juice may not be longer on your skin than a couple of minutes because the low pH-Value.
– Lemon juice can lighten skin temporarily.