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daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: skincare, beauty, review, zino bubble mask review, sasa.com, pore cleansing mask
daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: skincare, beauty, review, zino bubble mask review, sasa.com, pore cleansing mask
daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: skincare, beauty, review, zino bubble mask review, sasa.com, pore cleansing mask

Hello sweets! Long time no blog, I've been on a little impromptu hiatus from my little blog, but I'm back with a bundle of inspiration now - don't you worry your pretty little minds. I thought I'd jump back into the swing of things with another little addition to my skincare routine that I've been using. After using my St. Ives invigorating scrub for a while, I realised it wasn't really helping my skin as much as irritating it, and spied this lurking in my cabinet.

The Zino Bubble Mask is a mask unlike others that I've previously tried. While it is targeted at oil control and removal of blackheads, as well as minimising pores - none of which are regular problems for me! - I really enjoying treating my skin to this once a week or so. It purifies my skin and leaves it feeling soft and baby-new, while not feeling too harsh on my skin in the process.

I use the Bubble Mask (best name ever!) after cleansing, and applying a thin layer over my skin. It applies like a dream, and in a gel-like formulation, feeling smooth and creamy. Yum. I then leave the mask for around five minutes while I scroll through the ol' Twitter feed - blogger productivity - which leaves the 'bubbles' to form where the mask has been applied. This draws out all of the impurities, leftover product/dirt and excess oil on your face, ready to be rinsed off. I find that it does just what the bottles describes, but I personally would recommend using it sparingly: if I didn't immediately follow up with my toner of choice, the gel consistency would dry my skin out!

Scent wise, the Bubble Mask is quite citrus scented and fresh. I find the scent a bit strong at times, but not so much that it detracts me from using it. I believe the extracts are all natural, and it is a seriously popular product in Asia, and you know how big the skincare business is there! What do you think of the Bubble Mask? Tempted to try? 

daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: skincare, beauty, review, zino bubble mask review, sasa.com, pore cleansing mask
daisybutter - UK Style and Fashion Blog: skincare, beauty, review, zino bubble mask review, sasa.com, pore cleansing mask

13 comments

  1. Wow ! Would love to try this out actually. I do get quite a bit of impurities especially as I got a T Zone area, so my nose and chin are targets for black heads ! And bubble mask~ It would feel epic I bet! I'm currently using the La Roche Posay Effaclar

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  2. I'd really like to try this, it looks lovely!

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  3. Definitely sounds like something I'd try if it was available here. My skin has turned so bad recently (possibly because it doesn't agree with Mac Studio Fix :( ), I'm desperate to try anything that'll balance my skin's oil levels and deep-clean my pores!

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  4. Sounds amazing, but I'm slightly worried it'd be too harsh for my dry, sensitive skin... Boohoo!

    -Elodie x
    http://www.elle-yeah.com

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  5. Sounds really nice! Tempted to order myself one!
    Emily
    X
    Rose-tinted91.blogspot.com

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  6. I'm tempted! But how much??

    franleanne.blogspot.com

    x

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  7. Quite tempted, although I have very sensitive skin, especially at the moment I have no idea why! I'm using a Clinique scrub atm which is really good :) x
    Sirens and Bells

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  8. I think I need to try more skincare products and this looks great! I think I'll have to add this to my list of things to try!

    I really like the St. Ives scrub though, it luckily doesn't irritate my skin.


    According to Amber xo

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  9. This sounds like such an interesting mask. I need everything I can to help with my pores! xo

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  10. Bubble mask is such a cute name, haha! Just makes you want to use it, doesn't it? Though, I swear by my St. Ives scrub. Different things for different skins, I guess!

    x Michelle | thefeatherden.net

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  11. This sounds fab, I need to try something new with my skin, its awful atm!

    Maria xxx

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  12. I'll have to try this out! I've been looking for a product to sort out my pores for ages, and I love masks so this might be perfect. Thanks for the heads up!

    echocanyon.co.uk

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