International Mud Day
Got Mud? Well, you should. Today is International Mud Day. So in case you need mud, we’ve got aplenty! After all, mud is the very stuff this company is made out of.
Our number one seller is, essentially, a mud mask for your hair -- our fab Moroccan Rhassoul 5-1 Clay Treatment. Not trying to slip in a dirty sales tactic, but we know all about the beauty power of mud!
And, since 2008, when International Mud Day was started, thousands of people have been celebrating mud’s healing powers. In the tradition of Ol’ Dirty Bastard and his, “it’s for the kids,” declaration, this amazingly dirty day was created so children worldwide, could celebrate the beautiful outdoors and get in touch with nature.
What’s the dirt on all of this this?
You can celebrate today, International Mud Day, however you choose, but to truly celebrate requires some action, for you to get a little dirty. Can you handle that? If you don’t want to be a big kid and jump in the mud, you can try slathering our rhassoul clay on your gorgeous head of hair. And, if you’re not ready to take the leap yet, here are some facts about the rhassoul mud/clay we know so well:
- In Arabic, rhassoul means, “the matter which washes.” Since the 8th century, Moroccan women have used rhassoul clay to cleanse their hair.
- Rhassoul absorbs dirt particles and excess oil just like blotting paper.
- Rhassoul is made up of essential minerals: calcium, potassium, magnesium, silicon, iron and sodium.
- It enhances hair texture and helps make hair shine.
Because mud day was started to connect children to the earth, we’d like to emphasize that our products are safe for children and babies.
So take a little time for you today and this week to connect with nature. Do some gardening or start a garden, walk barefoot in the yard, or do a skin and hair treatment. Celebrate you in the simplest way!