Bubbles + bare faced: Rodial Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Masks

The first time I had ever seen bubble masks, it was during a Jeffree Star video.

In case you have no clue what I’m talking about, these Korean skincare masks bubble up the longer you wear them. It’s like a foaming cleanser for your face that foams up the longer you leave it on.  Anyways, ever since I saw how hilarious these looked in that video, I’ve been wanting to get my hands on this to try it out.

Luckily, Rodial came to the rescue, as they recently released the Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble masks that work the same way, except these are in a sheet mask (as opposed to a charcoal or gel formula). The bubble mask works by generating oxygen bubbles to remove dirt, dead skin cells, and excess oil, revealing a brighter-looking complexion. This also includes purifying bamboo, which deeply cleanses and unclogs pores for fresher, smoother-looking skin, as well as collagen, ceramide, vitamins A & E and peptides, which will leave your skin revitalized.

Radial Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Masks

A friend and I tried these out last weekend and put it all on Instagram stories. When you first open the package, the mask is black with what looks like soapy cleanser on it. As soon as you put it on, it goes to work foaming up. We left it on for about 20 minutes and by the end it was pretty foamed up. Before removing the mask, I did moisturize the product into my skin to get the full benefits.

My face did look and feel revitalized. It was definitely a nice (and funny-looking) treat for my skin. These also contain Syn-Ake Dipeptide, which helps to freeze the appearance of lines and wrinkles, hyaluronic acid for pumping and moisturizing, and oxygen bubbles for refreshing the skin.

Rodial Snake Oxygenating & Cleansing Bubble Mask before and after

Although you can find the bubble masks as a gel mask formula (for probably a more affordable price), I’m totally digging the sheet mask version as it feels so luxurious when you apply it. Plus, you know, I couldn’t help but pop by a mirror every five minutes to see how much it was bubbling up and laugh about it.

Have you tried any bubble masks? What were your thoughts?

Please note, products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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