Anyone try a bubble mask?


#1

So I got a sample with an order I made recently for THE SAEM Gem Miracle Black Pearl O2 Bubble Mask.

I was pretty excited to try it out. I had seen videos of a different brand and it looked really neat.

I knew I had to go fast because it’s a gel that bubbles/foams up quickly. So I went quick and got the sample on most of my face but the smell was so horrible. Perfume/fragrance. Yuck! Once it foams up a bit you are supposed to rub it in so I started to rub in the right side of my face and it turns into like this gel again. I didn’t bother rubbing in the left side, I had to wash off the smell. I was disappointed I really wanted to like it. So after I looked up the ingredients and it definitely has some fragrance/perfum and preservatives (im not knowledgeable enough to know if these are bad yet).

There is another one Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask that I have heard a lot talk about. Any try that? I see the ingredients also have pefume/fragrance in them. So I guess I wont give that a try.

Anyone know of any other bubble masks they liked?

But for those of you who do okay with fragrance you might like it. It seemed like a fun mask type thing to do.

Here is the video, sorry not in English. Not my video. But it shows how it bubbles up.


#2

Sounds very new and interesting but never tried pearl mask. I will look in to it.


#3

I’ve wanted to but now I’m not sure!


#4

I love trying new masks! They are so popular now and there are so many to choose from. I have not tried a bubble mask yet but would too. I have always been interested in the Elizavecca Bubble Mask. I really like that brand so I think their mask would be great!


#5

I tried a bubble mask that came with my I pay bag.it was awesome


#6

I love these. like you mentioned, i think the piggy is the most well-known, but i have tried others, though some don’t carbonate as well. this used to be my favorite, but i usually use sheet masks now since they are less messy.


#7

I’ve never heard of them until now and your first experience definitely doesn’t pique my interest! A terrible smelling product is definitely a turnoff for me. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!


#8

Yeah, I am sensitive to smells. I would not even try if it has perfumes in it. Yuck.


#9

I have used the ELF Bubble Mask. Sometimes it’s hard to get the product out. But, I do like it. However, it tickles me so much at first. I truly do giggle each time I’ve used it. I don’t think I’ve used a bubble sheet mask. Does it tickle, too?


#10

Did not know this was a thing. Never saw it before.


#11

never saw this before… cant wait to try this…


#12

:heart_eyes: looks very soothing


#13

I haven’t I’m interesting I trying them. They look neat.


#14

Not that I recall. I know the video I posted she seems to say she can hear it bubbling. I think I was just too concerned about the perfume smell and wanting it off.


#15

love sheet masks especially if I stick in the fridge a bit before use.


#16

I had never heard of a Bubble Mask before. But of course I googled it. Supposedly it’s a mask that uses carbonated water. I guess that provides a different effect when using it, but it seems the benefits aren’t much different from a non bubbling mask.


#17

i’ll have to try that, I’ve never even thought of that and yet it probably makes it feel even better.


#18

I have been curious about these bubble masks. I would love to try one.


#19

I’ve seen some videos on instagram of people using these bubble masks and it looks kind of funny, but based on what you said about the smell, I’m not sure I want to use one.:thinking:


#20

I tried a couple of bubble masks last month and they were okay. I got them in my ipsy bag. They left my skin feeling really clean and soft, but I didn’t find them to be any better than regular, non- bubble masks. I prefer a good clay or sheet mask.