First of all, the instructions are very confusing. The bubbles start to form as soon as it touches your skin and you need to wet your hands to work it throughout you face and lather it up. No need to leave it on for 10 to 20 minutes like a regular mask - 30 seconds is enough for the bubbles to start disappearing. I wouldn't say this is a mask, but more like a very strong cleanser - it left my skin feeling irritated and my nostrils and forehead stripped. Just a complicated product, sold as a gimmicky mask that did nothing but dry my skin up. Not to mention the wasteful individual packaging - totally unnecessary.
My age is 31 years. I have combination problematic facial skin prone to breakouts. I really like bubble masks. A few years ago, my husband bought me a package of oxygen bubble masks in Sweden, and since then it has been my favorite type of mask. Therefore, when I saw these bubble clay masks on Ayherb, I decided to order them. packaging - a cardboard box containing 12 masks in stacks. I'm not likely to get any hydration from clay masks, but I do expect skin to be cleansed and tightened. still on trial. I will add a review later.