I’ve had the Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Pack in my collection for quite some time but I never actually got around to using it. I’ve never heard anyone talk about this mask and I think that’s why I never ended up using it! But I’ve been trying to mask more often and I felt like this was the perfect time to give it a try!
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I really was intrigued with the fact that the mask came out as a mousse. I’m used to most masks going on as a kind of a gel or paste so this was a new experience for me. I would recommend only squeezing out a small amount of product at a time. I overestimated just how much product I would need and I ended up with a lot of extra product that I didn’t really need to use.
It was a little difficult to really get the mask on my face evenly. It has a thick foamy texture to it that is similar to shave gel in my opinion but it just didn’t transform into a gel upon application. This made it tough for me to apply it evenly and I kind of just ended up with extra product layered on parts of my face.
Upon application the product started to disappear from my face, it was like the the bubbles were all popping so quickly. I couldn’t even take a picture with all of the product on my face because everything kind of disintegrated in such a short amount of time!
I left the mask on for just under 10 minutes and I removed it because it was starting to feel uncomfortable around my nose.
When I went to remove the mask it essentially was just a film of product on my skin. There wasn’t any bubbles remaining. I wet my face and the mask really lathered up on my skin. It felt super soapy and took a little while to completely remove since it ended up becoming a little thick.
My skin felt super smooth after removal and I followed up with my normal nighttime skincare routine. I still felt like my nose was irritated even after all of the hydrating products I applied after. I’ve had a bit of a cold lately and I’ve been permanently attached to a box of tissues so I felt like that was really the problem and this mask just kind of amplified the feeling. The rest of my face felt fine and I really didn’t have any issues after removing the mask.
When I woke up the next morning my skin felt soft and smooth but I did feel like I needed to put on a lot of hydrating products. Which is probably partly because the weather has been colder and I’ve been needed a lot more hydration this month compared to the last few months! My skin didn’t feel irritated or look red but I did notice that my nose was extra dry and flakey. I kinda feel like the mask did push the skin around my nose to the next level.
Overall I would be a little careful as to where and when you apply the mask. If you have sensitive skin or painfully dry and irritated skin I would definitely spot test the mask and be aware of the fact that this mask probably isn’t the best choice.
I did feel like my skin felt nice and smooth and it seemed like a better way of achieving that compared to something like an aggressive exfoliating product. I do want to keep using this product in the future but I’m not sure if the winter will be the best time for me to get use out of it because that’s usually when my skin is the most irritated.
Have you tried out the Too Cool For School Egg Mousse Pack? I would love to hear your experience in the comments below!