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Written on Monday, June 26, 2017

I buy Korean products because they are unusual, but I don’t expect them to work wonders or anything. Korea is so ingenious about everything that no other country can ever beat it.

There is nothing special about the Elizavecca Bubble Clay mask packaging. However, I was sold on the idea of my face foaming into bubbles. So I bought the product right away.

Now meet Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask! The name is quite long, odd and complicated. I also wonder, what on earth is this piggy here for?

I purchased the mask for about 10$.

I’ve never tried Elizavecca before, so this is my first product of the brand.

About the mask:

Formulated with carbonated water and mud, washes off pores and dirt on your face. Contains various vegetable ingredients such as green tea, pomegranate and charcoal powder extract etc. Carbonated water gives a soft massage to pores. The adsorptive power of Charcoal and mud removes excessive sebum clearly. Clay mud and charcoal powder removes makeup dirt and tightens pores at the same time.


The product comes in a paper packaging with a hare wearing glasses on top and a pig with a black muzzle and big eyes at the side. Well, I don’t get it.

The packaging contains some writings in Korean and the only useful thing here is a sticker that confirms that the product is original.

When I open the packaging, there is a small gray pot sealed with a protective film that provides the same information about the product as the paper version.

The pot comes with a specific spatula for distributing and scooping the mask. Don’t touch the contents by the way, because the mask starts foaming instantaneously. You can find a leak proof plastic seal with the Elizavecca logo inside.

The product is made in Korea.


Texture and smell.

Milky Piggy mask has a potent smell that reminds me of clay diluted with water.

It smells like a cheap soap and somewhat sour, astringent and earthy. I’m underwhelmed by the smell.

The texture reminds me of a thick and sticky gray gel with fine granules. The mask was quite liquidy after opening, but it got thicker after a while.

In general, I like the texture. It applies easily with the help of the spatula included.




All the information is in Korean, unfortunately. But here is the list of ingredients in English:

green tea extract, aloe vera leaf extract, matcha powder, charcoal powder, pomegranate extract, fermented soy extract, alantoin, peony root extract, oregano leaf extract, white willow peel extract, portulaca extract, cinnamon extract

Suggested use

Scoop a proper amount of the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask and spread evenly on dry, uncleansed face. Wait for 5 minutes until bubbles start to appear then gently massage it all over the face to melt down dirt. Rinse off with lukewarm water.

About my skin.

My skin is normal to oily with blackheads and large pores.


I heard that the mask can also be used with makeup, but I don’t see any sense doing so and apply it only to clean skin.

I apply a thin layer to the whole face, which is equivalent to 2 tsps.

You should be extremely careful when applying the product to your nose and upper lip, because there is a chance to breath in the foam Smile

The mask starts kind of swelling in 3 mins after application Smile

The feel is quite awkward, as when the bubbles appear, they tickle my skin and I want to scratch it immediately Laughing out loud


- “Hey, you have mould on your face!” - my husband shouted.

- “It’s OK, I’ll be beautiful after that!” - I thought cheerfully and scratched my skin like a dog infested with fleas.


I wait only 8-10 mins and wash it off, as there is clay in the ingredients, which can dry out my skin.

The mask turned out to be hard to remove. I wash off the upper layer with bubbles quite easily, but the next one is somewhat sticky and greasy, so that it’s almost impossible to remove it with hands. Therefore I use a sponge for that purpose Smile


I’ve been using the mask for half a year now and can say that it has neither shrunk my pores nor changed my skin tone. Moreover, no deep cleansing or rejuvenating effect to be seen. So I guess that a regular clay would be more useful here.

Before and after
Before and after

All in all, Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is an ordinary mask with unusual bubbles. The mask goes a really long way.

I recommend trying the mask just for fun, but don’t expect any miracles Smile


Thank you for reading my review!

Best wishes,

your Destruction ↯

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Type: Mask
Brand: Elizavecca
Category: Skin Care