Monday, 29 August 2016

Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask Review

As you will already know if you have been following my blog for a while, I love Asian skincare. They're just more effective and much more fun than the products you can find here in the UK. I loved checking out the many different brands when I was in Asia and I do sometimes get an itch to try out more items.

Speaking of fun skincare, today's post is all about the Bioaqua Carbonated Bubble Clay. This is a product that my housemate showed me weeks ago, I was really intrigued about it so I bought some online to try out. If you get it from Amazon or Ebay it can be quite cheap to have it delivered which is always a plus when buying such items.

The consistency isn't exactly what the name suggests, it's less like a clay and more like a slime. It's not particularly sticky, not particularly thick and it spreads onto your face quite thinly. When applying the mask you should try to make sure that you apply an even layer or the mask won't have an even effect.

Personally the mask left my face feeling clean, though, I wouldn't say that it felt deeply cleansed. It didn't effect my pores either way but the rest of my face felt refreshed and less congested. 

The carbonated side of the mask is the most interesting thing about this mask, once it has been applied it starts to bubble up. The sensation of it was not like anything I had felt before because I could feel the mask foaming up and bubbling against my skin.

Once it has bubbled up it starts to bubble away again and leaves a very thin but sticky layer which you then just was away as it becomes like a face wash. So if I was to rate this mask I would give it a seven for the clean feeling after use and the novelty of the bubbles. I would deduct points for the lack of action against my clogged pores.

Thank you for reading today's post, I enjoy reviewing beauty products so this is a fun type of piece for me to type up. Let me know if you've tried anything similar in the comments below. Until next time, bye!

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