Product Review: Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

Hello!

It’s no secret that I have oily skin and huge pores! I’ve tried quite a few pore cleansing products over the past few years but I didn’t try anything too memorable to keep it in my skincare routine. I love face masks and pore packs because I find that they unclog my pores really well.

The face mask that I’ve been reaching for recently is the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask which I got from the Memebox Special #16 OMG Box. This mask is so unique that I definitely had an OMG moment when I first saw it!

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This is the ultimate one-step facial mask with both pore care and cleansing functions. Not only is it packed with green tea extracts, pomegranate extracts and charcoal extracts, this clay mask contains carbonated water which starts to bubble up the very moment it’s applied on your face and deeply penetrates into your pores for getting all the gunk out without having to harden up like average clay masks.

This clay mask is definitely different compared to the other ones I’ve tried so far and let me tell you that I’ve tried a lot of clay masks in my life! I love that this clay mask contains some of nature’s best extracts! These all-natural ingredients make this clay mask very safe to use on the skin. I haven’t encountered any breakouts or skin irritation after I used it.

Unlike other clay masks, this one doesn’t harden after being applied on the face. I’ve always thought that clay masks that harden are more effective because they suck out the dirt better. But, this clay mask cleans out the face effectively. After I tried this for the first time, I noticed how it left my face feeling soft and clean. I’ve been using this mask now for quite some time and I’ve also noticed how my blackheads have reduced significantly.

Ofcourse I have to tackle the bubble aspect of this clay mask! It feels weird – no it looks weird, when you apply it on your face and it starts forming tiny bubbles! I swear my sister and cousins got a good laugh out of seeing me with this clay mask on! But fret not! These bubbles, which are brought about by the carbonated water in the formula, gives the skin a tingly feeling and helps stimulate the skin to exfoliate dead skin cells. This will then leave the skin with a cleaner, healthier glow!

I use this clay mask atleast twice a week and I leave it on my face for about 5 minutes until it starts to bubble up. Once it bubbles up, I massage it onto my face for another couple of minutes for a deep cleansing effect.

Pros:

1. This clay masks contain natural extracts which are safe on the skin.

2. It effectively cleans out the skin from excess oil and dirt. It always leaves the skin feeling clean and soft!

3. It helps eliminate blackheads!

4. This mask doesn’t harden after application which makes it more comfortable to leave onto the skin for a few minutes.

5. I love its freaking cute packaging! I adore pigs so much and I just couldn’t resist the cute Miss Piggy picture on the product’s label!

Con:

1. You need to make sure to store this clay mask properly and to keep the packaging air-tight. Otherwise, the product will turn into bubbles and you wouldn’t want that to happen unless the product is on your skin!

I definitely give this product a two-thumbs up and I highly recommend it for people with the same skin problems like me or if you are just looking for a great clay mask to add into your skincare routine!

Make sure you join the GIVEAWAY that I’m hosting with Memebox! To learn more about this, you may go to this link. The giveaway will only run until the 20th of October so don’t miss out on the fun! 

Xoxo!

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