B.liv O2 Bubbly Bright Review

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Skincare doesn’t always just mean slapping a bunch of products on your face and call it a night. There are a lot of new innovative products now such as this one from B.liv! This is another new product from a brand I’ve never actually tried before.

This post I have collaborated with the Butterfly Project and Bliv! Surprising, I’ve been doing Korean skincare for a few years now, and I’ve never bought a bubble mask, not even the one by Elizavecca. So, this was quite exciting to try!

B.liv’s founder wanted to provide an affordable pore management products that are quick and easy to use. They have started selling in some Asian countries, including Malaysia as well as Singapore, and Hong Kong. But they also now sell worldwide with free shipping!

About

This mask is really cool and something I’ve never heard of before. The mask has purifying, brightening, and exfoliating properties where oxygen bubbles and rice powder is combined alongside the ingredients available in the product. When applying the mask, it will fizz into a soft foam that soaks up impurities and exfoliates the skin, leaving it soft, smooth and glowy!

The price is originally RM 99 (USD 25) for 50g which is quite reasonable. But it has 30% off now! So if you want to buy it you can purchase it out for RM 69 (USD 17)~

Click here to purchase the mask.

But if you do miss the discount, you can use my discount code to get RM10 off! *Offer ends on the 13th May 2018.

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Ingredients

According to Skincarisma, 98% of their ingredient list is good for all skin types. The mask also promotes wound healing, acne fighting, and anti wrinkle. Overall, the list looks great.

Their key ingredients include O2 bubbles that penetrate deep into the skin to unclog pores and wash away impurities, debris and excess sebum.

Rice powder helps with moisturising and brightening the skin, leaving it soft, hydrated and glowy!

The most interesting thing is the red soft beads that help with exfoliating. They are red cellulose beads that melts away to help remove dead skin which helps with new skin cells generation.

Review

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The texture of the product feels smooth and glides on the skin easily. It’s kinda of a gel like texture and also a little sticky. It looks a little pinkish white in the tub but it goes on translucent on the skin. The mask also starts to bubble if you leave it out for too long, so you really got to be mindful of not leaving it out to be exposed to air.

You are to massage the product on the skin for a bit before the bubbles start to form. After a few minutes, the bubbles with start forming and the mask foams up on the skin. The feeling to be is pretty ticklish as if there’s a bunch of gassy bubbles popping around the face. But this sort of make my skin feel a little itchy and tingly which makes me want to press all the bubbles away.

 

After a few minutes the bubbles will start to disappear (it’s recommended to leave it on for 5-10 minutes). After using it my skin feels pretty smooth, moisturised, and glowy. I can’t believe that it actually made a lot of difference for my dry skin. I actually really enjoy how my skin felt after using the product. A lot of product also does not need to be used for the whole face. It’s especially nice when you had a long day and want to remove that icky feeling on your skin.

Verdict: 8.5/10

Overall, the mask does it job pretty well. After using it my skin feels more nourished, moisturised, and clean. I really enjoy using this when I feel really icky with my skin. I would reconsider purchasing the product again, the price also doesn’t seem to bad!

Have you tried anything from B.liv? Or a bubble mask? Let me know!

FTC – The product(s) mentioned was sent to me. All opinions and thoughts I made are truthful and based on my personal experiences, none of my opinions is influenced by anything else. I am not paid to write this.

Cheers,
Sylvia

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