[muhd-pak] /ˈmʌdˌpæk/

a pastelike preparation, as one consisting of fuller’s earth, astringents, etc., used on the face as a cosmetic restorative.
a cosmetic astringent paste containing fuller’s earth, used to improve the complexion


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