Honey, this isn’t your average face mask. Bubble face masks have taken Instagram by storm, so it’s time you hopped on the bandwagon or get left in the dust of yesterday’s skincare trends.
Bubble Masks are the New Instagram Makeup Craze
Luckily, we’re not too old to play with bubbles and, every now and then, think we deserve a long evening in a steaming bubble bath with a glass of red wine by our side. If you don’t have time to soak your entire body into a sea of bubbles, do this Instagram craze instead that involves bubbles on your face. The facial foams behind the bubbles aren’t anything new. The trend started in Korea (of course!) and is single-handedly taking the face mask game to an entirely new and never-before-explored level.
Bubble masks are exactly what they sound like: Masks that bubble up when applied onto the skin. These masks fizz, foam up, and make for a nice selfie prop. But it’s not the bubbles that make these masks great, it’s the skincare benefits they possess.
The foaming mask deep cleans your skin, getting rid of all traces of dirt, impurities and makeup. Thanks to ingredients like green tea and charcoal powder, the mask clears and tightens the pores making it a great addition for those with oily or acne-prone skin. Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is the most popularly used on Instagram. Take a selfie with the #bubblemask and wait for the love to pour in.
Like most face masks, you apply it on dry skin, wait for the bubbles to appear, and gently massage the mask onto the skin to create even more bubbles. After your face has been transformed into a Snapchat filter, rinse it off. Oh!, don’t forget that selfie!