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Happy September!

Today, I’m going to try a DIY egg white mask. When I first heard about this mask, I thought I was being trolled. Like egg whites on your face? Gross. But as crazy as it sounds, there seem to be some awesome benefits. So of course I had to try it out! If you want to know how this mask works, just keep on reading!

BEFORE YOU TRY THIS DIY: If you have sensitive skin, think before you try this DIY. If you’re allergic to eggs, stay away from this DIY. If you’re a vegan or don’t like eggs, uh its up to you! I am not a skin care professional. Just a blogger who loves to try new things! 🙂

egg mask infographic

You will need:

» 1 egg

👆 Yep, you read that right, all you need is one egg!

All you have to do is crack that egg open and separate the yolk and egg white. (add another egg to that yolk and you can have an omelette. yum!) Then use a fork to froth up the egg whites. It takes a little bit of work but oof that was a workout! 💪 Finally, use your fingers and apply a layer to your face. Let it dry for about 10-15 minutes and wash off with warm water.

This mask is said to temporarily tighten your skin, giving you a short term face lift (lol). I don’t think my face looked lifted but okay. It is also supposed to give you this beautiful glow. Did I have a glow? Yes! My skin felt so much smoother than before. Gotta have that flawless base before slapping on some makeup, am i right?

My main skin concern were the pores on my face. They were so visible and the mask supposedly shrinks your pores. I did notice my pores shrink a little so I think it will definitely help once I get onto a routine.

So did it work? 

YES! It did work but in my opinion, you’ll have to do it regularly to really get the affects. My skin felt softer and tighter plus my pore kind of shrunk.

Would I do it again? 

Honestly, probably not often. It didn’t smell very good and you are putting egg whites on your face. There’s also a concern with bacteria and such.

But if you’re curious, definitely give this mask a try! The ingredients are so simple. You can also add a few teaspoons of lemon juice into the egg mask if you want some cleansing effect.

If you think putting egg whites on your face is gross (cause it is..), but want similar effects, check out these options!

» Skin Food Egg White Pore Mask ($10.50) // here

» Skin Food Egg White Pore Hot Steam Pack ($13.00) // here

Let me know what you think of this mask. Gross or no?

As always, thank you so so much for stopping by! Like, comment letting me know what other DIYs I should try! Hit that follow button to be notified when I post and I hope you have a beautiful day. Don’t forget to shine bright, you’re beautiful ❤


Shine bright, peace out.✌


❤ , TIFF


psst… check out my last post here!

psst… more info about the benefits of this mask here!


Disclaimer: I am definitely not a skin care professional. Please try this DIY at your own discretion. As always, all opinions are my own. Not sponsored. Just a blogger who loves to try new things!


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I have been seeing reviews of this bubbly mask that pretty much makes you look like that episode of Spongebob where Squidward is covered in cement.


I’ve seen this product on the land of Youtube and on Instagram. So what is it? This mask is called the Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask from Elizavecca Milky Piggy. You can find it on amazon for about $10.90 with amazon prime (free shipping)! Amazon prime was definitely a deciding factor in whether to try this mask or not. And of course, I had to try the magical bubbling mask!

Elizzavecca Milk Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask ($10.90)| Find it here!

This mask is packed with powerful ingredients such as charcoal powder, green tea, collagen and many more.

Charcoal decreases pore sizes, reduces oily skin and treats acne.

Green tea has anti-aging properties that delays skin aging.

Collagen reduces signs of aging.

The mask bubbles and bubbles on your skin to remove dead skin cells and unclog your pores. This leaves your pores tighter and helps fight against future clogging.

// Quantity: 100g // Use 2x to 3x a week // Use as makeup remover or foaming cleanser //



How I use it:

The clay mask comes with a tiny spatula. I use the tiny spatula to slap some onto my face and then I use my fingers to spread it out. Avoid getting it too close to the eyes, nostrils and lip area. The bubbles will expand and end up in very awkward places. (Trust me, I’ve made the mistake heh oops!)

TIP: I recommend starting out with a small amount and then build up from there. A little goes a lot way!

I put wayy too little on my forehead! OOPS! But usually I’d put more. 🙂

As soon as you apply it, the product will start tingling! I wait about 15 minutes or when the bubbles have fully bubbled out and my face pretty resembles the picture of Squidward above. (oof it tickles!) Then I massage the product into my face for about a minute or so and head over to shower and remove the face mask.


TIP: Make sure you tightly close the container because it may dry out. The product also oxidizes in air so tightly close the container to preserve the product!

Things I like 😊:

This is a really fun mask to use! I love that it applies as a gooey clay and then transforms into bubbles! It also has a tingling sensation that tickles! After washing it off, my face felt softer like a baby’s butt! I noticed that my skin is less oily and my pores have gotten smaller, which mean success!

Things I Don’t Like 😞:

I don’t like how difficult it is to remove this product. The clay mask is so thick and gooey that even after massaging it for a while, it doesn’t go anywhere! That’s why I use it before I shower. Then during my shower, I am able to scrub scrub scrub and finally get it off.

Do you guys have this issue too? Let me know if you have any suggestions on how to remove this mask!

Also, if you must know, this clay mask tastes disgusting! haha! While showering, the water residue went into my mouth and blah. Avoid ingesting. 🙂

Have you tried this bubbly clay mask? What do you think? Let me know what masks I should try!

Remember to like, comment, or stay awhile and follow my blog! Thank you for stopping by and I’ll talk to you next time!

Shine bright, peace out.✌

❤ , TIFF

The fine print that no one reads aka the disclaimer: All opinions are my own. I used my own money to buy this product. OH and these links are non-affiliated. I just want to make it easier for my readers to see the products I’m talking about. 🙂 ❤

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