Clear Skin with bubble clay mask, how does that sound?
Can you become addicted to the bubbles? Well, I think I’ve become addicted to it. Ever since I tried Bubble Mask 7th Heaven. If you haven’t seen this review, click here and take a look.
The full name of the product we are going to talk about today is BIOAQUA Carbonated Bubble Clay Piggy Mask.
Yes, you heard it right Piggy Mask🤣. I have to admit that packaging played a big role in the purchase. Who can resist?
Clear skin and black bubble mud texture are what this mask has to offer, plus a lot more. But, how does it look like? Is it foamy? Let’s see…
Bubble Clay Piggy Mask
What’s this all about:
- contains a variety of plant ingredients
- for skin nourishment and rejuvenation
- mask lightens skin tone
- soft and smooth skin
- rich foam
- cleanses the skin
- cleansing properties
How To Use:
- apply the mask evenly to the face (avoiding the eye area)
- spread the mask evenly
- leave for 5 minutes
- when the bubbles cover the whole face, massage your face with a small amount of water
- rinse the mask from the face
- moisturize the skin after the mask
Don’t forget to do an allergy test. Applying a small amount of product on the ears. It’s always good to be careful.
What can I say, it’s fun to use masks like this. But before I say what fascinates me about bubbles, let’s talk about this product.
The color of this mask is … well, not really pretty, but considering its clay, that’s fine.
The smell is not too intense. It is easily applied to the skin. Bubbles appear very quickly. So fast that I didn’t get to take a picture of how the mask looks on my face without bubbles.
So I put a small amount on my hand and took a quick picture.
After this mask, my skin was squeaky clean. I needed a lot of face cream.
I would recommend this mask to people with oily skin.
And as for the bubbles I like that tickling sensation, and that’s what makes me addicted.
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