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Hold up! It’s already time for another MemeBox Review? That’s just downright awesome. But why am I acting shocked? I’m the one who made the purchase to begin with. First of all, the name of this product is a mouthful. Second, I want to know who was the mastermind behind the brand name “Elizavecca Milky Piggy”.
Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask Review
This was what I thought I was purchasing back in my CAOLION Premium Steam Pore Pack review. I still don’t understand how I did that, but that’s life for you.
Unlike the last review, this product was as expected. I never thought I’d gain an ounce of excitement over a face mask that bubbles on my face. But here I am. You use the included applicator to take a quarter-sized amount of product out. Apply it to your face like a lotion, but don’t try to rub it in entirely. Within a minute or so of application, the mask immediately starts reacting and bubbles up across your face.
It tickles and makes you want to sneeze. I’m not going to be cute about it. Similar to the other face mask, it does take some effort to remove in that it continues bubbling as you agitate your skin. However, the finished product leaves your skin feeling smooth. Toss on some moisturizer and you’re good to go.
I’ve used this product once a month as part of my current skin care regiment. Namely, because the reaction still entertains me. It tends to sell out fast but is restocked just as quickly. You can buy it from Memebox for $12 USD.