Mud Slinging: Why Wear a Mask?

If you’re Batman, “you wear the mask to protect those you love.” If you’re just a regular guy, you should wear a mud mask to draw out toxins and impurities from clogged pores and re-hydrate your parched mug. Trust us.

Who doesn’t pine for fall afternoons when you’d rush into the yard, post-thunderstorm, and rough it in the best muck Mother Nature had to offer? Exactly. No one. That’s why we went looking for the grownup version of that deliciously dirty experience. Aside from the raw grittiness of the Tough Mudder challenges (which we’re frantically getting in shape for) we managed to find one other use for wet dirt that’s good for you and your skin. Gentlemen, meet the men’s mud mask from Borghese.

This isn’t the mud you’re thinking of. This is smooth stuff sourced from Tuscany’s volcanic hills. It’s bright green in color. This lab-perfected clay product not only draws out toxins and impurities from clogged pores, it can also help calm down redness or irritation—perhaps a post-shave rash?—and re-hydrate your parched dermis. When you’re in a pinch, this mud is your go-to tool to instantly brighten and perk up dull skin. Intrigued? Find out how to use it, how to wear it, and how to love it in the video below. Also discussed in the video: Careless Whisper, multitasking, and Sunday Night Football.

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