Elizavecca Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

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Hello to the camp of trying new things! I decided to get a little wild and pick up a new facial mask and then I thought – let’s get even wilder and buy a facial mask from another country! So here it is: the Elizavecca Bubble Clay Mask! This Korean beauty (which was purchased from Amazon meaning that it may be of a different origin) makes a lot of strong claims such as, exfoliation, deep cleansing, make-up removal, pore tightening, and sebum control. As delightful as those benefits are, I mainly bought this for the intense bubbling action and the adorable pig on the front packaging.

My only expectations going into this product was to have fun with it and it did not disappoint. The packaging is just as adorable in person, the bubbles make great Snapchat fodder, and it has a pleasant and light floral scent. Did it clear up my skin forever, block oil out of my life with the save fervor that I block Instagram spam accounts, and leave my skin so radiant that everyone wants my number? No. But, it does leave the skin smooth to the touch and deep cleanse without sucking all of the moisture from your face. It’s only $11-$14 and while it didn’t change my life forever, the deep cleansing action and overall fun experience makes it a worthy recommendation in my book!

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Also, pro-tip: everything on the packaging, including what I’m assuming are the instructions, are in Korean. A Google instruction quest is both simple and required!

Thanks for reading!

Until next time, have an awesome rest of your day and an amazing rest of your week!

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