Mud Masks from Mars

@Inlemay (17121)
South Africa
September 30, 2015 2:09pm CST
I have this beautician that is constantly trying to sell me Mud Facial Masks from the Dead Sea - apparently very good for the skin due to the SALT contents, now this has me wondering . . . . What would the MUD off MARS do for our faces seeing its deep into SALT water? - or would we change face forever??? I might become unwrinkled, anti-aging, anti-graying, super toned LANY!! Imagine that! Salt water on MARS!!
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@Jessicalynnt (47939)
• Centralia, Missouri
30 Sep 15
Ok that photo made me giggle. I am ok with the masks, but mud from another planet? not sure about that, lol
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@Inlemay (17121)
• South Africa
1 Oct 15
we would have to sterilize it first I think - but with the strange people on earth - who knows what is next on the market - mark my words
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@rebelann (34045)
• El Paso, Texas
30 Sep 15
K, I'm in How much? I wouldn't mind lookin 18 again
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@Inlemay (17121)
• South Africa
30 Sep 15
i wouldn't mind look even 30 again but dont want all the learning curves ahead that i have already done.
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@rebelann (34045)
• El Paso, Texas
30 Sep 15
Oh hey @Inlemay I'm with ya on the latter, just wanna look young but keep my whizzdom
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@garymarsh6 (12370)
• United Kingdom
1 Oct 15
You could end up with a very red face!
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@Inlemay (17121)
• South Africa
1 Oct 15
ha ha ha - that is funny
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@mom210 (5939)
• Atlanta, Georgia
1 Oct 15
I am sticking with our planet, I am also keeping all my wrinkles
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@vandana7 (57611)
• India
4 Mar 16
Me too...I look good with wrinkles...well not good at least smart...
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@MALUSE (33609)
• Denmark
30 Sep 15
With everybody around you aging you wouldn't want to be the only one forever staying young. --- The other day I met a member here wh's thinking of surgery to get rid of her wrinkles. She's 27 years old. I told her she was mad but I'm afraid she didn't believe me.
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@Inlemay (17121)
• South Africa
1 Oct 15
I agree - I have no problem with aging that is why i say NO to my beautician
@ElicBxn (60131)
• United States
26 Feb 16
Or it might do something else entirely....
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@ison_1 (1255)
1 Oct 15
Hi Lany :) I don't have a beautician
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@Inlemay (17121)
• South Africa
1 Oct 15
it shows - wakakakakakakakaka - especially in that Katerina photo
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@vandana7 (57611)
• India
4 Mar 16
Before that, they have found how to repair skin...don't worry we are just 10 years away from looking young again AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE.
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@Tampa_girl7 (22128)
• United States
1 Oct 15
I have never used a mud mask.
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@LadyDuck (125715)
• Switzerland
1 Oct 15
I doubt that the Mars salt would be good for our face as the temperature is -23 degrees. Our face would froze. Well a frozen face would look like those actresses without expression that had surgery after all.
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@Asylum (48086)
• Manchester, England
30 Sep 15
I believe that the an in the moon uses Martian Mud Masks and we both know how rough the surface of his skin is.
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