Wednesday, September 30, 2015

#Elizavecca Milky Piggy Egg Pack [Dalgyal Bareun KangsiPack] #Review

I few weeks ago I saw Elizavecca posted photos and videos of their Dalgyal Bareun Kangsi Pack on Facebook, and I thought it looked so fun. I recently received a package from them, and I literally squealed with excitement when I saw this mask pack was inside!

This mask is an egg pore pack. For exfoliation, whitening, and pore cleansing and tightening - you mix the powder and liquid together and apply it to your face and allow it to dry to get results. We're going to jump right in on this review, because pictures are going to do a lot of my talking...

Start with a freshly cleansed and gently dried face.

You'll take your Dalgyal Bareun KangiPack powder.

And add three "scoops" with the included spatula to clean mixing dish.

Then you'll need your Dalgyal Bareun Kansi Jjwa Jjwa Ack.

You'll add in roughly 20 pumps of liquid solution.

And you'll mix them together.

Until you get a whipped egg consistency.

Spread the mixture on your face with a flat brush.

When applied evenly (trying to avoid hair and eyebrows, as well as eye area) just sit back and wait.

After about 10 minutes your mask will look glazed over as it sets on your face.

Around 15~20 minutes the mask will be hardened, and you will feel it pulling on your face as it firms and tightens everything up.

At this point you will wash off the mask. You can use a gentle exfoliating brush if you wish, but I find that it washes away well with some warm water and massaging with my hands. Gently dry your face, and... TAH-DAH! Brightened, tightened, and refreshed!

I mean really, look at these pores...

This is a great mask that really does what it claims, is fun to use, and even helps control my oil too! This has quickly become a favorite wash-off mask of mine.

This mask is available directly from Elizavecca (Korean site).
You can connect with Elizavecca on Facebook & Instagram.

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  1. I haven't done a face mask in a long time. This one looks like it is fun to put on.

    Michelle F.

  2. I've never tried this kind of mask. I'll bet my skin would tank me profusely!

  3. I've never tried this before, Im gonna try it and I'd love to share it too.