What is mud?
Mud means ‘wet soil with moisture’,
which is formed by geographic and chemical disintegration of microorganism for long time as clay containing mud, breakdown product of animal and plant, earth and salts have been accumulated.
Types of mud
There are various types of mud and especially 'dead sea salt of Israel', 'glacier mud of Colombia coast, Canada', 'Baikal of Russia', 'clare mud of California' and 'volcano mud of New zealand' are well-known. Korea has been relying on importing whole quantity.
Boryeong mud Korea's first localization of mud ingredient (Launched in 1996)
It contains mud powder made of processed high-quality ocean mud from coast around Boryeong Daecheon beach and mud water extracted from mud powder, which has excellent efficacy for anti-aging, skin waste removal and skin care. It is on the market with quality gaurantee in Boryeong-si through OEM production by a famous cosmetic company of Korea.
Use of mud
According to history, mud has been used for skin care and skin condition, for example, as it was used for mud makeup of Cleopatra and white clay powder of China. Even today, it influences widely across human living such as cosmetic ingredient, skin care, dyeing clothing and sauna.
Efficacy of mud
mud has abundant active ingredients including natural mineral that prevents skin aging,mineral substances
that provides skin with vitality and elasticity to make young and refreshing skin, colloid and crystal which can be used for
physcial treatment by sand bath or sauna. Its anti-bacteria and inhibiting bacteria also have remarkable effect for traumatherapy.
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