Mask Monday: Elizavecca – Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

Mask Monday: Elizavecca –  Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

If you’re looking for a unique mask experience look no further than the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask! The name itself should give you an idea of just how one of a kind it is. This is probably the most random and talked about mask that I’ve ever seen. It’s lost a lot of it’s hype lately but I still think it’s worth talking about! A lot of brands have come out with their own versions of this bubbling mask because they knew just how much of a hit it was.

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This mask applies like a creamy and thick jelly. I find it easy to go on if you spread it with the spatula that comes included. It’s easiest to work it on in sections quickly across your face. If you leave it to set in and then try to apply more on top of it or around what you’ve applied it just makes a mess. (You can somewhat see that on one of my cheeks in the pictures that I’ve included)

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When it comes to the bubble clay mask you can either apply it as the first step of your skincare routine or after you’ve washed your face. I tend to be a little lazy at night time so this mask is great for that! I pretty much always apply it as the first step of my skincare routine.

This is one of the quicker masks that I’ve used because you only have to leave it on for 5 minutes. I’ve found that if I leave it on any longer it actually bothered my face. After just seconds of applying it the mask starts to bubble up. It sounds like a bowl of rice krispies on your face which is quite an odd experience! But after 5 minutes the bubbling starts to feel weird on my face and I always need to wash it off.

It’s pretty thick and goopy when you go in to wash it off which always surprises me every time I use this mask. Like I just expect that it’s all bubbled up and that it would just be like foaming soap on my skin and lather up real good. I usually just go in and lather it up as much as I can for a bit. I then wipe it off with a clean face cloth if I’m washing this off in the sink or sometimes I like using this before getting into the shower because then any mess doesn’t matter. I usually end up with this in my hair so washing it off in the shower is usually key!

I don’t know if I see a huge difference after using this mask though. It kind of just feels like it gives my skin a deeper clean compared to just using a facial cleanser. I don’t find that it does much to help my pores or clean up any blackheads. It really just kind of bubbles up on the top layer of your skin and I don’t think that it really gets deep into the skin in my opinion. But it never has made my skin breakout or feel tight so I really don’t think it’s a bad product overall.

I think for the price point it’s definitely worth it to pick up. It’s such a fun experience and I’ve always enjoyed doing this mask on a fun spa night with friends or family members. One of my cousins isn’t huge into skincare but when we get together she always wants to try the newest or most unique makeup/skincare product. I’ve tried this with her and she thought it was just such an extra but fun face mask.

Have you jumped on the bubble mask trend? What has your favourite bubble mask been? I would love to chat about it in the comments below!

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