Glacial Marine Mud
- Proprietary homogenization process delivers a refined particle size for maximum mineral surface area.
- Deposits more than 30 skin beneficial minerals to nurture skin.
- Softens and purifies the skin.
- Helps draw out impurities and toxins.
- Safety-allergy-dermatologist tested.
- A donation of $0.25 from each Epoch product sold goes toward the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation, a nonprofit organization committed to fostering lasting improvements around the world.
- Glacial Marine Mud (Maris limus)—obtained from a remote glacial estuary in the Pacific Northwest, absorbs impurities from skin (dirt, dead cells, excess oil) without robbing precious moisture. This skin-beneficial mud is homogenized to increase its absorption powers and provide ideal consistency.
The following are some of the over 30 skin beneficial minerals featured:
- Copper—helps improve skin strength, cutting down on fragility.
- Zinc—an essential mineral for healthy skin.
- Magnesium—a necessary component of the skin's natural energy cycle.
- Silver—aids the skin’s antimicrobial activity.
- Chromium—helps maintain balance in the skin.
Apply a generous layer of mud to skin, avoiding mouth and eye areas. Let mud dry 15 to 20 minutes or until it turns a light aquamarine color. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Use Epoch Glacial Marine Mud two to three times a week.
Epoch Glacial Marine Mud is naturally deposited in an estuary in British Columbia. Legend tells that the mud was found and used by Native Americans centuries ago. Nu Skin has exclusive rights to use this rare resource. The mud contains over 30 minerals and trace elements.
Questions & Answers
How is the mud mined? Is the environment harmed?
All Canadian governmental regulations are followed in the extraction of the mud. Every day the mud is covered by 8–10 foot tides. When the tides go out, the mud is mined. The upper layer of mud is removed and the mud is harvested from a 3–4 foot depth to ensure consistency. All holes are filled with rocks and the top layer of mud replaced. The mud is constantly replenished from the tides and from nearby mountain springs. The mud is in a very remote area—two and a half hours by jeep on a dirt road and two hours by boat from the closest road.
Will Epoch Glacial Marine Mud stain fabrics?
Yes, be careful when applying and washing off the mud. It can stain clothes, washcloths, and other fabrics it may come in contact with.
Maris Limus (Glacial Marine Mud), Water (Aqua), Algae Extract, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Chlorphenesin, Phenoxyethanol, Methylparaben, Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben.