sea mud


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sea mud

[′sē ‚məd]
(geology)
A rich, slimy deposit in a salt marsh or along a seashore, sometimes used as a manure. Also known as sea ooze.
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With the onset of their growth and popularity, BeautyFrizz is now launching a Dead Sea Mud Soap along with a range of its other natural soaps.
[6] produced ceramsite successfully by the single raw material of sedimented sea mud in Qingdao, China, the sintering mechanism was not revealed deeply.
And with everyone intact and detoxified by the Dead Sea mud, we head south towards the Red Sea.
The access to the sea is very convenient with tubs of Dead Sea mud that can be slathered on.
GABRIELLE'S PICK: Pre-cleansing Active Phelityl Oil and Erno Laszlo's Sea Mud Soap
Other chapters in the first volume explore the corrosion resistance of X52 pipeline steel in the sea mud zone, stress uniformity in high-speed bearings for cold rolling, reverse engineering of optical lenses, and a hole-based self-centering marking gauge.
Arran Aromatics Feel Good Formulas Sea Mud Mask, PS8.50
Treatment: "Using natural sea mud absorbs excess oil, removes dead skin cells and leaves your body soft and smooth," explains Ahava expert Karen Wadman (www.ahava.co.uk).
To celebrate the opening, Talise Spa is offering a special promotional package at RMB780 net for a 2 hours and 15 minutes treatment which includes a 90minutes deep relaxing body massage with organic essential oil, a unique self-heating sea mud for back followed by a mini facial.
All commercially available clay has the same basic properties, but clays from marine sediments or from areas around hot springs usually have higher mineral contents than other clays (for example Dead Sea mud).
"Dead Sea mud is rich in elements like sodium, zinc, magnesium, and sulfur," says Dr.