Personal Care

The 2 Most Fun Korean Beauty Inspired Masks

So i took on the task of looking like a cloud just for you all! And I’m not gonna lie, it was super fun.  The Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask and the Elf Hydrating Bubble Masks were on my list.  Each with a different purpose but both I was sure would be fun to try out and use.

The Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is designed to deep clean your pores and be a very fun experience.  The photos of women looking literally like clouds was too much to deny!  It comes with a cute tiny spatula and just spoon a nice layer all over your face (careful under your nose cause it does expand and it does tickle)

Yup! Thats the insanity that ensued! And ill be honest, it did a great job of cleansing my skin, it did feel a bit “squeaky clean” which is a bit harsh to me but it did a great job deep cleaning my skin and pores.  If you are on the oilier side and not at all dry this might help balance out your skin, but for any level of dry this is too harsh and drying.  My other issue with this mask is how difficult to remove it is, the shower and a washcloth are my recommendation!

Now the owner of E.L.F. has flat out said how much she loves Korean skin care, the quality of the ingredients and unique ideas.  Theres no denying the influence with their cleansing products that they have been rolling out.  They even have a magnetic mask at a great price point.  Now this is a hydrating mask not a cleansing mask but BUBBLES! So its worth a shot for comparison.

Now the packaging is very different, its not a pot you scoop from but instead you press down and the product squeezes out the top which I find more sanitary not dipping into a larger container, I know this seems silly but think about all the germs on our hands and phones and surfaces around our homes and the effect that growing in a mask may have on especially acne.  We change our pillow once  week for germs, oil and skin cells, we need to think the same way about our products.

This starts out clear unlike the expected mud look and texture and has white bubbles.  It does not get nearly as insane as the other BUT i must say I felt like my skin was very clean in the end and not nearly as harsh as the other mask.  My skin was smooth, plump and fresh.  I might not have been a fluffy cloud but I must say I did prefer this mask’s end result far more.


Happy Masking
Love and Light


P.S. Is there a beauty routine you want to know about? I’ve been getting a ton of eye makeup requests!  Drop a line below and let me know!!!

(2) Comments

  1. Tashakyx says:

    What do you suggest for sensitive and dry skin?

    1. Jess says:

      Ill work on a post about this! 🙂

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