Ever since I got into sheet masks, I’ve been neglecting the various wash off masks I’ve received. I finally decided to get back into them with the A’Pieu Real Recipe Clay Mask, and Memebox generously sent me one of their best selling items – the Elizaveca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask – to try out right as I started using wash off masks again.
The mask comes in a jar with a spatula attached to an inner lid. The actual product is pretty creamy and thick, so the spatula is definitely helpful for getting it out (and keeps the actual product a little more sanitary). Once you start spreading out the mask, it starts to bubble up pretty quickly.
Here’s the pictoral from Memebox:
Here’s how it acted on my hand:
I finally got around to using it the other day and decided to take pictures while I wore it. One thing I always try to remember when I use clay masks is that only the product touching your face is actually doing any work on it, so you don’t have to use an excessive amount of product. This is about one minute after applying it:
And then five minutes later:
The best idea is to not get too much around your nose or mouth – at one point I was getting bubbles in one of my nostrils. I totally get why people say they feel like clouds when they wear this – the puffiness is fun and I’m always impressed when people can look good wearing this mask. I just look like a dirty puffy cloud.
I left this mask on for about ten minutes. When I removed it, my skin was so so soft. I totally get why people use this mask if that’s the effect. Unfortunately, this mask also makes my skin feel really dry after I got over the “Oooh look how soft” distraction. I’m used to the tight feeling when I finish using a clay mask, but this seemed different than normal. I felt like I needed to use a moisturizing mask after. I didn’t notice much improvement in my pore size which is what I typically use clay masks for.
Would I use it again? Sure! I think this is an awesome girls night kind of mask. I don’t think it’s the best for my skin type (which honestly I’m not 100% sure what that is – combination, acne prone?) since it felt dry and tight so quickly.
You can find this mask on Memebox’s website here.