Have you tried the weird bubble mask yet?
The carbonated clay mask, which bubbles up on your face after applying, are pore-purging and filled with anti-oxidants. Though they claim to brighten and moisturize your skin and combat wrinkles, they also provide the perfect opportunity to click entertaining selfies. So, put it on your face, massage it into a lather, and get clicking.

How does it work?
The fizz in the foamy mask is caused by the chemicals of the mask (water, green tea, aloe vera and even oregano) reacting with oxygen in the air, creating bubbles that remove blackheads and moisturize your skin.