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B-Liv bubbly bright oxygenating mask review

I am a massive skincare fan, I just love trying new ideas and products, so when I got the opportunity to try a bubble mask, I was certainly intrigued.

B-liv bubble mask review

This isn't a mask in the traditional sense, it doesn't dry, or peel off, it bubbles, the bubbly mask contains oxygen and rice powder that work together to brighten your complexion. 
Just rub a small amount of product into your face, and wait for it to start bubbling and fizzing away, after 5 to 10 mins massage in for a final deeper cleanse, before rinsing.
The O2 bubbly bright oxygenating mask* feels light and fresh on the skin, with no obvious scent. When massaging the mask into the skin it feels creamy and once rinsed my skin feels lovely and I think looks brighter. 

B-Liv bubbly bright oxygenating mask

B-Liv bubbly bright oxygenating mask

I have really been enjoying using the mask, my skin looks brighter, you don't have to leave it on for ages and its not a faff to remove, so it gets a thumbs up from me.

B-Liv bubbly bright oxygenating mask

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* Product sent to me for review purposes but all opinions are my own.

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