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Nevada Mined Mud
Nevada Mined Mud

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AIR DATE: November 30, 2012

In the world of cosmetics, mud masks from exotic places around the world like the Dead Sea are touted as beneficial for skin appearance and health. Those masks also carry a pretty hefty price tag. In Burning Man territory, a company in Gerlach, Nevada wants to give those companies some competition.
 
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Shelly Egbert, co-founder, Black Rock Mud Company
Summer Powelson, co-founder, Black Rock Mud Company

 

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