Short on time this week, but looking for a deep clean, I turned to the e.l.f. Hydrating Bubble Mask.
I like the product fine, but I have some thoughts - namely, the packaging.
This mask comes in an awful dispenser. You push the top down and the product comes up from the middle. There is no way to actually use all of the product. As soon as the product hits the lid and the air, it begins to bubble, so you need to be ready to apply it quickly!
It takes just seconds for this mask to bubble and grow on your face. I tried to angle my face so you could see the thickness and richness of the bubbles, so I hope that works well for you. The bubbles are tingly and feel wonderful.
Another note, as I washed this off, I realized this is NOT an eye-safe product! My eyes stung like crazy and my skin was actually fairly red - although soft - after I rinsed. I have used this in the shower before with happier results, so I think it's getting tossed back in the tub.
All in all, for the price, my skin was soft but slightly irritated, and my eyes were just tore up!! I have my Exuviance Triple Oxygen Mask, too, which does the same thing. It's like $75 compared to this - I think it was $10 or under - but the Exuviance earns it's price tag compared to this one.
Have you tried it? Do you like it?
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