e.l.f. Hydrating Bubble Mask Review


2 weeks ago, I shared a post about what I received in my e.l.f Voxbox from Influenster. One of the products was the Hydrating Bubble Mask…one of the most talked about masks in the beauty world right now. The second I saw it, I knew I had to write up a review on this product.Β e-l-f-hydrating-bubble-mask-review


Unlike every other mask I own, this mask comes with a pump technology that releases a small amount of product each time you push down on the cap. I believe it is packaged this way because once this formula touches the air, it starts to foam up.


The easiest and quickest way to apply this mask is with your fingers. I would recommend moving fast when applying this mask, so that you can have an even coverage of bubbles all over your face.


The bubbles begin to appear almost instantly. As it starts to foam up, the mask gets extremely ticklish. It’s not the most comfortable feeling in the world and you can’t really itch your face or you would ruin the fun, foamy look.


After the mask completely foams up, the directions state to rub in all of the foam. While the foam appears very light and airy, it actually turns into a thick cream as you rub it into your face. After you rub it in, you are supposed to wash it off with warm water.


This was definitely the most unique mask I have ever used. I wouldn’t say I saw a big difference in my skin after using it. I just think that this mask is really fun and perfect for a girls’ night in…it’s also totally Instagram worthy!

At such an inexpensive price point, I would definitely recommend you trying it out. It won’t break the bank, but it’ll always be around for some fun mask time.

Have you tried the e.l.f. Hydrating Bubble Mask? What did you think about it? Let me know down below!


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