Bubble Mask Review


Today I'm reviewing the Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask which I have had for a little while now and was a big craze with YouTubers and bloggers.....so here's my opinion.....

Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

Packaging
The packaging is very cute although not exactly sophisticated or luxurious, it does come with a little spatula which I do appreciate as it makes application easier and less messy. The downside is most of the information is written in Korean (or so I'm lead to believe) so you need to venture online for ingredients or directions.

Product
The product itself is an ugly greenish grey colour with a slimy goop texture which is not all that appealing. The scent I did not originally mind but as time goes on I've grown to dislike it. This product claims to be 'a powerful pore treatment - the bubbles help exfoliate dead skin cells and unclog pesky pores while delivering the nutrients deep into the skin' 

Application and Results 
I use the spatula to scoop out a small amount of product and begin spreading over the face avoiding the eye, nose and mouth areas, within minutes you feel the mask tingling as the tiny bubbles begin to form......this mask does not look particularly attractive when it's fully.....bubbled? (or immediately after application for that matter) but it is fun to use. Trying to rinse this product off is a little difficult and I recommend using a sponge or muslin cloth to make things easier, once removed my skin was left feeling very clean and smooth....perhaps a little tight but this made my pores feel more refined.

Final Thoughts
I would recommend this product to anyone who loves face masks and is looking to try something fun and different, I don't think it provides miracle results but I will continue using and would probably repurchase for the right price.




No comments

Follow by Email