Mud has always been popular. I think I tried some in the 70s but it was a very clean mud from somewhere like the Sea of Galilee or Narnia or Mordor. Anyway, I am convinced that it doesn't matter much what you use as long as it is regular. The trick is not to use so much mud that you need hosing off outside.
Hahahahahaha! I remember Mud as a hair product. I must have been thinking of the old real mud facials from some of those party plan buy at home people. Bahahahahahahahahaha. That'll teach me to pay more attention.
I didn't even consider that some of you might take 'MUD' to mean actual mud! So thank you for for the idea, but this 'MUD' is simply a make-up brand called 'MUD'. Personally, I think the makers of this brand may be taking the Mickey out of its customers - like Evian or Ladbrokes! Call me paranoid, but that's my take. And for that reason, I would give it a miss.
I have used face masks made of actual mud (well, clay anyway) in the past. I probably wouldn't use this brand of makeup though because I don't know whether it's tested on animals (I couldn't see anything about that on the website) and I rarely wear makeup these days anyway.
Update . . a few months later. Yesterday I bought a Mud lipstick, mascara and eyeliner pencil. I don't have make up and I had to have a photo taken (yuck!) so I bought these so that I didn't look like a zombie. . . .plus they were cheap, cheap. The mascara was fantastic, I was really amazed. The lipstick smelled, looked and felt just like the old Yardley Pot o' Gloss from the 70s and the eyeliner pencil was very smooth. I only bought the basic mascara, there is another one a little dearer. My eyes were popping! LOL.