Elizavecca: Milky Piggy Hell-Pore Clean Up Mask
100g; Made in Korea
Purpose: To remove skin impurities that are clogging the pores. This mask is supposed to remove blackheads, whiteheads, & dead skin cells from the skin. This mask contains charcoal extract to deep clean, and caragana sinica to help control excess sebum while leaving skin healthy and glowing.
To Use: Apply the mask to your face, and allow it to set (dry). Peel the mask away from your skin. You may check the dried/peeled mask for sebum and dead skin.
Notable Ingredients: This mask contains charcoal extract to deep clean and control excess sebum, and caragana sinica (and antioxidant) to leave skin healthy and glowing.
Performance: The product dispensed easily out of the tube. I applied it to the back of my hand, and brushed it onto my face with my other hand - this gave me an easy and even application. I applied a thicker layer, thinking this would make it easier to peel off later on. The smell of the mask was strong at first - like Vodka and clay - I almost couldn't handle it, but thankfully the smell started to disappear shortly after I applied it, and by the time the top of the mask started to set the smell was gone. The hardest part of this mask was waiting for it to fully set so it could be pulled off. After an hour I removed the mask, and it did come off completely in one piece with the exception of a few gummy pieces that still hadn't dried (one on each cheek & one on my chin).
|These few stragglers just didn't want to dry! I ended up washing them off with a damp cloth.|
This mask was a big success for me! My skin is somewhat oily, but also dehydrated, and I get clogged pores easily. Despite being sensitive to alcohol, this mask did not irritate my skin. This is a great mask for cleaning up the pores and removing dead skin, as well as brightening the complexion.
I purchased this mask from Memebox USA (affiliate link) for $16.
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