Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask Review

Hello! I am back with another skincare review! This is a product among others might recognize because it has gotten so popular. I believe it is one of the first unique type of mask invented that creates a foamy, bubbly effect. The brand is also known to have the famous Hell Pore Mask. I bought this mask along with my Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask. Sadly, it was out of impulse and I spend about 10 USD more for each product than the online price. Definitely better to buy online!

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On the other hand, it does prove its authenticity! So keep a look out for these stickers! The description of the product is in Korean so I snapped it from the Memebox website:





The Memebox description for the product is very thorough and I am pleased.

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The packaging comes in a simple plastic jar. Especially the cute little scoop! A plus for being hygienic! The art and logo is super cute and quirky with the little piggy. The smell reminds me of a soapy fragrant, almost like a fabric softener but faint. Untitled design(4)

Texture is gooey, almost like pudding or a mousse. Scooping the product with the spatula is very entertaining to me. Once I apply it, the mask is cold to the touch. I try to apply it very quickly so I can keep the product inside the jar from bubbling up. I try to keep the mask away from the nostrils or at least apply lightly around the nose because some of the product went inside my nose while washing haha. Not fun.

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This is what it would look like once it bubbles up. I like to spread the bubbly mask around my face and it would leave some on my hands.

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Here is a before and after of the mask. Hopefully the difference between the textures are noticeable. It usually takes about 5 minutes or so to start bubbling up. I could hear the little crackling noise (very similar to the Rice Crispy cereal) as it starts to bubble up, it felt a little ticklish.

Overall the product is unique and entertaining. I don’t usually wear a heavy amount of makeup like eye shadows so the mask made my face really clean afterwards. No dryness either. I may have seen a few blackheads and whiteheads disappear but not all. I definitely recommend applying lightly especially around the nose and eyes. The mask is pretty stubborn to wash off. I usually apply the mask when I shower so it’s easier and less time consuming. I honestly wouldn’t purchase again just because the mask itself is hard to wash off, or at least it feels like when I’m rinsing I would still feel the slick texture and I would have water mess on my sink. It is also time consuming. I would find this enjoyable as a spa type of night and maybe a ladies night with my friends, other than that I don’t think it’s ideal for me as a part of my skin routine.

I hope you enjoyed reading my review! Thank you so much for reading! Till next time!

Published by Rosellery

Personal blog for beauty (makeup and skincare) reviews. This blog expresses honest thoughts and inspire self-care through beauty products.

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