India's Taj Mahal Gets a Facial
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Age and pollution has taken a toll on the Taj Mahal’s gleaming white marble façade, which has turned brownish-yellow under the sooty conditions. Occasionally, the monument is given a spa day. Specifically, a mudpack facial called “multani mitti”. This traditional recipe used by Indian women to restore radiance is applied, and then washed off with brushes, after which the Taj’s blemishes vanish, and its glow returns.Tiny Fox Lab Facts

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