I just added “what is a milky piggy” to my Google search history. I didn’t get an answer.
Carbonated bubble clay I understand, though. That’s what is on my face in this post.
What’s in it exactly? Who knows? I don’t read Korean. I spackled (with a tiny included spatula!) some clay onto my face in a thin layer and waited (~5 minutes) until I didn’t feel many bubbles anymore. Are those the official instructions? I also don’t know, but it seems to be what the rest of the internet does with this.
It starts out moderately normal.
But then it’s fizzing and your nose itches and you can’t make faces because that pops the bubbles and oh wow that feels really weird.
Then you wash it off and unearth your angel skin.
I’m not kidding. I’ve been using this a few times a month since December and it’s my favorite mask. It smells good, it makes my skin super smooth and soft, and it makes my pores look smaller. WITCHCRAFT.
Experience: 10/10. It’s a casual form of torture because you can’t scratch your nose, but I think that’s some of the appeal. Skincare masochism.
Post-mask skinfeel: 10/10. Clay masks aren’t supposed to be moisturizing. They’re also not supposed to make you look like you have face rabies, so.
Overall: 10/10. I love it so much.
You can get your own from Amazon here: Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask
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