Bubbling Over
by Madeleine Ruo

Bubble masks are still quite popular. Probably due to the fact that bubbles are just so much fun and it feels like they're actually doing something to cleanse your skin.
 


 
OMG! 2in1 Kit Detox Bubbling Microfiber Mask
$6

This is a two-step mask. Step one is the bubbling mask. Just place the mask on as with any other mask and wait for the bubbles to form. This happens very quickly! After taking it off and rinsing the bubbles off, apply step two. The second mask was of much thicker material than other face masks so it fit better, stayed on your face and held much more serum. The mask left my face a bit sticky due to all the serum, but also left a shiny glow.



Nature Republic O2 Bubble Black Rose Mask Sheet
$5

With the Nature Republic O2 Bubble Mask Sheet, the bubbles formed quickly and are supposed to cleanse and detox your skin. After washing off, my skin was much shinier and the redness went down.



e.l.f. Hydrating Bubble Mask
$14

This is a regular mask as opposed to a sheet mask so it’s actually applied by hand (or with an applicator that you can buy separately). Because it is directly applied to the face, it is much tinglier than the others. And since it doesn’t foam up as much as the masks, it’s much more manageable in that you can move around without worrying about leaving bubbles everywhere. It left my face feeling clean and soft without drying it out.


JADE Magazine
SEPT+OCT 2017


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