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Kiko bubble mask

Today maskthursday is about a mask I already bought a while ago. During Black friday Kiko had a 3 buy + 3 free sale. I bought a lot of stuff and afcourse this bubble maker mask.

This is the first time for me I tried a mask from Kiko Milano and I’m so curious. I am a big fan of their make-up products and especially their nailpolish.

The bubble maker is a purifying facemask in the shape of a towel (textile). This is a mask for onetime use. The mask has a vegan carbon which makes bubbles when it comes in contact with the air. For a mattifying effect it is important to rub the package a bit before using it. The mask needs around 10-15 minutes to do its work.

kiko bubble maker

I didn’t know what I could expect from this mask

Unwrapping the mask i already saw the foam on the mask, applying the mask it smelled liked a soap. I had to get used to mask a bit, because I felt the bubbles continue under the mask, but it wasn’t a unpleasent feeling. Like the most of the facemasks I find this one a bit to wet too, so I squized it a bit so my neck wouldn’t get all wet.

After 15 minutes I removed the mask

I still felt some bubbles foaming on my face, I massaged the rest lightly into my face. My skin felt very thight, and I could see a clear difference on my skin. This isn’t a mask who wil help agains inpurities and pores, but gives a refreshing pure effect definitly. The effect isn’t permanent afcourse, but if you would use the mask for around 2 to 3 times a week, you will certainly see a benefit from it.

The mask costs €3,95

kiko bubble maker

This mask contains the next ingredients:

Aqua * Glycerin * Dipropylene glycol * Methyl perfluorobutyl * Ether * Methyl perfluoroisobutyl ether * Disodium cocoamphodiacetate * Cocamidopropyl betaine * Sodium chloride * Betaine * Sodium polyacrylate * Butylene glycol * Paeonia suffruticosa root extract * Centella asiatica extract * Xanthan gum * 1-2 Hexanediol * Hexylene glycol * Chamomilla recutita flower extract (chamomilla recuttita (matricaria) flower extract) * Glyceryl * Capryltate * Ethylhexylglycerin * Epilobium fleischeri extract * Undecylenoyl glycerinee * Xylitylglucoside * Anhydroxylitol * Xylitol * Glucose * Citric acid * Potassium sorbate * Disodium edta *


Have you ever tried a facemask from Kiko?

Want to read my previous mask blog? Dr van der Hoog macaron masker.


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