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The “Squidward” Face Mask?

Lauren Kim, Staff Writer

Has your skin hit Bikini Bottom? Does your face feel like the Chum Bucket, dirty and unloved?

Then the Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a face mask I definitely recommend. If you’re looking for a mask that magically gets rid of your acne, then I’d like to say right away that no face mask will create such miracles. Now I’ve suffered from mild acne since middle school, but this clay mask definitely didn’t make my skin break out or get any worse.

No, this mask isn’t carbonated like a soda can, but it is quite entertaining to use. Applying it is simple. All you do is take the mask and rub it gently across your skin. Careful to not put too much on your nose because it could get a little fizzy. “Are you feeling it now Mr. Krabs?” 

Beware this clay mask does foam up pretty quickly, so apply fast. Once on your face, this k-beauty item will bubble up and tingle on your face, cleaning out your pores and leaving your skin refreshed, and after 10-15 minutes, you can wash it off with water and continue your skincare routine.

This slimy product is better than a Krabby Patty, so this a skincare item definitely worth investing!

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