[Review] Elizavecca, Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask
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Today I’m talking about another Korean product for skincare that I wanted to try for a long time and that has always intrigued me for its particularity: Elizavecca’s Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask.
Quantity: 100 g
Price: $ 11.90
So what exactly is the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask?
It’s like a traditional clay mask that works to draw out impurities and clarify your skin. But wait – there’s an added bonus! The carbonated bubbles “massage” your pores and help the clay go even deeper to remove black heads and dirt.
The key ingredients are clay, green tea extract, aloe vera leaf extract, matcha powder and charcoal powder.
How do you apply it?
You apply a thin (and I mean THIN) layer of this mask using the spatula. If you apply too much you will be foaming out of control in a matter of minutes and it will not be pleasant! A little goes a long way. If you try to use your finger tips you will end up with a globby mess that will get everywhere. Just use the tiny baby spatula, trust me.
As soon as you have applied it all over your face be sure to seal up the tub immediately to prevent it from starting to bubble as well. You’ll notice that mask starts working almost instantly! You leave it on for 3-5 minutes and then gently massage the bubbles into your skin for 1-2 minutes before washing it off with warm water.
How does it work?
Fast. Within 30 seconds of applying the mask my face was bubbling up a storm. It was a weird tickling sensation that wasn’t uncomfortable but wasn’t enjoyable either. If you apply the mask too close to your nostrils you’ll be breathing in bubbles by the 1 minute mark so beware!
I only left it on for about 3 minutes before massaging it into my skin and rinsing it off. The tingling sensation was just too intense for me. In 3 short minutes, the mask had bubbled so much it looked like my face was puffed up three times
As I said before, this would be a super fun mask to do with a friend because there’s just no way to do this mask without looking totally insane and hilarious.
Did you like it?
After all, is said and done, this mask really did leave my pores clear and tightened. It worked like a vacuum to remove everything from my pores and my skin felt super clean and smooth afterward. Normally with clay masks
I would totally use this mask again, maybe once a month just for fun or when my skin really needs a deep cleanse.
Have you tried any bubble masks before? Is this something you would try?