Because bubbles are STILL fun. Don’t judge me…
e.l.f. Hydrating Bubble Mask: This is one of those magical gels that turns into something else products and I LOVE it. Once the bubbles form a mask on your face, you can watch it bubble and fizz…which is also when the product is actually removing dirt and cleansing your pores 🙂
You want to let the mask sit for about 5-10 minutes for the real-deal effect then, once you’re done watching the fizzy goodness, use your fingertips and warm water to remove it.
Peter Thomas Roth Brightening Bubble Mask: This version, from Peter Thomas Roth (one of my faves), is designed to even out skin tone, brighten, clarify and detoxify. Getting a little into the science nitty gritty, it’s formulated with the brand’s FIFLOW complex that assists with carrying oxygen into the skin, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and plump surface cells—resulting in a more luminous, healthy-looking complexion (and trust me, it works). The cooling sensation means the mask is working, by the way, and you always want to follow this with a moisturizer since the ingredients that do all the good detoxifying can be a tiny bit drying.
Miss Spa Oxygenating Bubble Mask: Infused with antioxidant-rich white tea extract, this self-activating crème mask turns into a refreshing, bubbly foam when applied to skin to reinvigorate and reenergize. Pineapple fruit extract (yum) and vitamin B3 work to gently help exfoliate and even skin tone, revealing your freshest face eva. I was the most skeptical about this one, since I’m not as familiar with the brand, but I was pleasantly surprised at fresh and smooth my skin looked after using this bubbly mask.
Merle Norman Revitalizing Bubbly Mask: To start, the scent of this bubbler is super refreshing and I ended up using it a few times in the morning to help wake myself up! Just like the others, this mask was designed to help with clarity and skin tone and even has time-released antioxidants to soothe, condition, and improve the skin’s clarity.
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