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Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask - a new fave!

Here is the carbonated clay mask I used in the fb live video. I (and my kids) adore it.

"Packed with Charcoal Powder, this quirky carbonated mask cleanses, exfoliates, and unclogs pores. It bubbles as it sloughs off dead skin cells and lifts pore-clogging dirt and sebum. Its powerful nutrients also replenish the skin, softening and smoothing for a youthful glow."

If you watch the video you'll see I mention my friend originally purchased these products for me as a gift and I fell in love with them. It was interesting because I would have been skeptical of these products, not only because of the price (so much lower than I get even professional products at wholesale price) and because they're not technically "professional" (i.e dermologica, etc). She shared with me some of the information she had from her research, I did my own as well, and then another friend, who is a licensed esthetician recently told me she'd just ordered these products because her own research looking for products for her own problematic skin led her to them. I'm super picky about what products I'll publicly endorse because I know so many of my clients and social media followers try the stuff I say is legit, because they trust that I've checked them out.


 

these are the directions as posted on amazon:
Indications
Formulated with carbonated water and mud, washes off pores and dirts on your on face. Contains various vegetable ingredients such as green tea, pomegranate and charcoal powder extract etc. Carbonated water gives a soft massage to pores. A adsorptive power of Charcoal and mud removes excessive subum clearly. Clay mud and charcoal powder removes makeup dirts and tightens pores at the same time.


I start applying the mask at 7:13. This is from a fb live video I did for members of my  VIP page on Facebook. 


Ingredients
grean tea, pomegranate, charcoal powder, aloevera leaf, witch hazel, alantoin etc

Directions
1. Apply it to all over your makeup face or bare face. 2. After about 3-5 minutes, massage your face lightly for 1 minute. 3. Put some water on your face and massage lightly. 4. Wash your face with warm water.

this is the cream i applied after (remember, i did a s*it job rinsing, at home rinse well with warm water before applying serums and moisturizers)              
   Snail Cream may sound super gross, but TRUST, it's so not gross.  This following I'm also just pasting from amazon, because it explains it well. I've done lots of research about the validity of these claims, and I'm giving it a thumbs up. I use it all the time.
  • With 92 percent snail mucus extract, it provides outstanding skin regeneration and recovery, solves multiple skin concerns and trouble all-in-one
  • Anti-aging, fine wrinkle, blemish, acne scar, and pore care that creates elastic, bouncy, bright, and healthy skin
  • Contains snail mucus filtrate, adenosine, peptides, and vitamin 5 certified for anti-aging effect
  • Free from fragrance, artificial color, and parabens, ideal for sensitive skin types-step 1 in the snail repair line
  • Use with mizon's snail repair intensive ampoule heightens trouble vestige care and skin resilience

If you buy through these links, I get a (crazy small) percentage as an affiliate. The product does not cost you any more.  

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