When I visit the Action I always find new stuff to test for my blog, liks masks. I’ve had this set with 3 bubble mask for a while now, but lost it in my mask stash. Because I wanted to review them when they where still for sale I’ve tested them last week.
Bubbling time with the foam mask
The mask contains licorice extracs and milkproteins. The foaming starts inmidiatly when the mask comes in contact with the air. Apply the mask on a clean and dry skin and leave it on for around 5 to 10 minutes. After that massage the skin for 1 to 2 minutes and rinse the mask off with water. This mask has the best effect when you use it 2 to 3 thimes a week.
Applying the mask was a bit hard using a brush
The mask kept dripping of my brush and ones it contacted my skin the bubbles where so big I couldn’t devide the mask well any more. This mask needs a bit time to get used to because the bubbles tickle a bit, but it isn’t a annoying feeling, more a bit odd! I couldn’t use the whole package because my face contained so much bubbles already.
I didn’t really get the feeling the mask does a lot
It does gave a fresh feeling, but more in a way that I just used a dreft soapmask which makes me feel really clean. The mask does feel nice but also a bit odd. For the fun this mask is really good, but for the effect are way better masks for sale.
Contains the next ingredients:
Aqua * Methyl Perfluorbutyl Ether * Sodium Lauroyl Oat Amino Acids * Cocamidopropyl Betaine * Propylene Glycol * Glycerin * Carbomer * Triethanolamine * Milk Protein * Hydrolyzed Yeast Extract * PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil * Phenoxyethanol * Parfum * Methylparaben * Xanthan Gum * 3-0-Ethyl Ascorbic Acid * Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract *
The masks cost €0,99 for 3 pieces at the Action.
Have you tried the bubble mask already?