Bubble Trouble: A Review of the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

If you’re a skincare freak like me, then you’ve probably already seen this mask making waves around the internet. Not only does it cleanse and exfoliate, it also makes you look like the moon emoji, a troll from frozen, and Thomas the Tank Engine. I’m talking about the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, and in this post, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on and experience with it.

The Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a clay mask formulated with Charcoal Powder, Green Tea and Pomegranate Extracts, and Collagen. The mask bubbles up within 5-10 minutes upon application, and the bubbles help exfoliate, unclog pores, and deliver nutrients deep into the skin. You should be able to notice tighter pores, decongested skin, and a youthful glow.

The mask comes with a spatula and a tighter lid inside. The spatula is for applying the mask onto the face, and the tight lid is to make sure that the mask doesn’t oxidize when it’s not in use. The mask is thick and gooey, and has a strong, fragrant small. I can’t imagine people with sensitive skin being able to use this mask.

When I say this mask bubbles up, I mean it really bubbles up. I’d recommend not applying it too close to the eyes as sometimes the bubbles pop, and this could cause the eyes some irritation. I have to admit, it’s pretty fun to watch my face turn into the moon emoji right before my eyes. After about 5-10 minutes, you’re supposed to massage the bubbles into your face. This is to help exfoliate and remove the dirt and toxins from the skin. Once it’s massaged in, you can wash it off with warm water. I find that it can be a bit difficult to wash off, so I like using this mask before I get into the shower.

I really enjoy using this mask because I do feel cleaner and my pores feel less clogged after I use it. I wish the smell was less strong, but overall, it’s a pretty good mask. I recommend it to people who have oily skin as it is supposed to help control sebum production. It also has a reasonable price tag for an effective clay mask at Php550 on Althea. I’d say that the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a really fun way to spice up your skincare routine.

2 thoughts on “Bubble Trouble: A Review of the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask

  1. Too bad about the smell. I’m always wary about trying products that have strong scents as my skin /and/ my sinuses are incredibly sensitive.


  2. I have a very senstitive skin and I am glad that this mask did not break me out. I also did a review about this product and I must say that we share the same thoughts about it. It’s really fun and enjoyable to use.


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