Face and body mask

The Original Fango Mud Therapy | Jor’el Parker

Jor’el Parker | Fango Mud Therapy

Hello my Beauties!

Today I will be reviewing (as the title suggests), The Original Fango Mud Therapy by Jor’el Parker. The mask itself comes in an orange,recyclable tube and I have the 30 ml size.

This typically retails for $10/- (USD). Approximately Rs.671/- only.

A full size 210 ml mask tube retails for $70 (USD) or Rs.4,700/- only. The website states: “Reveal your best skin from head to toe with our Fango Mud Therapy. Blended with moisturizing Sweet Almond and nourishing Avocado oils, along with rejuvenating Green Tea antioxidants and exfoliating Volcanic Ash minerals, our Fango Mud intensely hydrates, protects and deep cleanses your skin.”

This face mask which is safe enough to use on the body as well. Though it doesn’t say what skin type it suits I have a feeling it will be most suited for oily skin types, and offers anti aging and skin brightening properties. .

The product is 100% vegan and is gluten and cruelty free. It protects the skin from harmful damage caused by free radicals and pollutants in the environment.

The mask intensely moisturizes and hydrates due to the blend of the sweet almond and avocado oil. The green tea in it is not only a great anti oxidant but also doubles as an anti aging agent, while the volcanic ash gently exfoliates the skin.

The tube claims that it minimizes pores, reduces fine lines and deep cleanses. Regular use will decrease dark circles and reverse sun damage.

Over time it will purify the skin to bring out your natural luster and tone.Noteworthy ingredients are:

  1. Water (I like it when this is the first ingredient listed in a product)
  2. Kaolin, Bentonite (healing clay mud; Yup so made for oily skin)
  3. Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (organic sweet almond) oil
  4. Persea Gratissima (organic avocado) oil
  5. Gaultheria Procumbens (wintergreen) leaf extract | Tones the skin and prevents acne
  6. Anthemis Nobilis (chamomile) flower extract | Reduces skin irritants by neutralizing free radicals.
  7. Calendula Officinalis (pot marigold) flower extract | An anti-aging ingredient.

You can upgrade this masks potential by:

  1. Bringing water to a gentle boil, and (safely!) exposing your face to the steam.
  2. Allow 2-3 minutes for your pores to fully open.
  3. Immediately follow with mask application.
  4. Apply directly on skin avoiding any contact with the eyes
  5. Leave it on to dry for 15 minutes
  6. Wash off completely with water

So head band on, make up off lets apply this baby to the face! First things first its a lovely green color!

Just a teensy bit on my finger

And now that I have it on, I look like Shrek! I was thinking of including a mask selfie but don’t want to to scare people off!

The mask smells sweet its like you could almost smell the sweet almond oil and the flower extracts.It gives just a bit of a tingly feel which feels quite cooling and relaxing.  

Its very easy to spread and applies evenly.Also pretty fast drying!

The mask as it dries off

As it dries, it turns to an ashy greyish-green. You can see where its working hard on clearing out the impurities.

While washing I found that because its clay based, its a bit slippery and slimy to wash off. I had to finally resort to a wash cloth to get it all off.

But I feel super clean!! And I have to say that this mud therapy mask does exactly what it says!!

I had  blackheads on my nose and enlarged pores on my cheeks now they’re all gone! I have a 30 ml tube so I don’t expect it to last that long (I apply face masks every weekend) but a little goes a long way, so you’re definitely getting your money’s worth!


I will definitely buy the full size once this when gets over and will give it 4.5 stars on a 5 star rating scale.
So that’s it from me. Thank you for reading.
Please like and share this blog with your friends and loved ones. And always, be kind to yourself ‘coz there’s no one like you!
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4 thoughts on “The Original Fango Mud Therapy | Jor’el Parker”

  1. First of all, not everyone has the same skin, so you may or may not like the way this or any other product reacts on you. That being said, I am 47 years old and have started having some issues with my face as far as blackheads go.
    It really is the strangest thing. My chin was full of blackheads and also my nose. They wouldn’t come out by squeezing, I do a hot compress before washing my face in hopes that would open my pores and really get my skin clean from blackheads. BIG FAT NO, IT DIDN’T WORK! No matter what I did, how often I washed my face and no matter what I used, nothing was working. Desperate, I purchased an extracting tool. Big mistake!!! Sure I can get a lot out of my nose but it just tares the hell out of my nose and furthermore, within a proximitly 20 to 30 minutes later my pores had filled back up again. It was never ending. My nose would end up looking like a raw, red, very painful mess. As far as my chin goes, I would try to extract them but nothing would come out at all. All I was doing to my chin was marking it up with blood just under the surface. I was really making a huge mess out of my face. People probably thought I was tweaking out or something the way my face looked lol.
    So, let me just tell you, I just tried this mask for the first time tonight and I have to tell you, I AM TRULY AMAZED!!! Every blackhead on my chin is gone! Looks like my nose is pretty clean as well but am sceptical about the pores on my nose filling right back like they had been so that is yet to be seen. The dark under my eyes look so much better than they did before the mask. As of right now I have to say that I am very pleased with these results.


    1. Thank you so much for your comment Kimberly. May I recommend a natural alternative to you in addition to this one? Try organic bengal gram flour mixed with clean, still water. Make it into a face mask like consistency and apply to cleansed face. Let it dry for 15 minutes and wash off. This also works for the issues you mentioned. Being a natural solution it might not irritate your skin either. Do try it if you can and let me know how it works out for you. Much love!


    1. Hello Paul! Beauty bloggers can like dogs too 🙂 I am a complete dog person but cant keep one as I work full time and it wouldn’t be fair. I try to indulge my dog cravings through these indirect ways 🙂


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