Milky Dress Bomb Mask review by @craftingdeeds

Since I had makeup on yesterday, figured it's perfect timing to test out the Milky Dress Bomb Mask that was gifted to me by @goryeocosmetics ~ .
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💣PURPOSE: remove fine dust and waste. This is a bubbling mask that will cleanse and moisturize the skin .
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💣NOTABLE INGREDIENTS: there are hydrating and soothing ingredients like aloe and cucumber extracts. Other than that. I'm not familiar with a lot of the ingredients .
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💣SCENT: typical generic scent. Not offensive .
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💣ESSENCE: 10ml of essence which seems quite low but it's actually okay seeing how this is not a hydrating mask .
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💣MATERIAL: normal sheet mask .
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💣FIT: good .
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💣TIME: supposed to be about 2 to 3 minutes. I think I had it for about 3 minutes .
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💣RESULTS/RAMBLINGS: the mask starts bubbling almost immediately after I removed it from the package. The bubble formation is a bit uneven. Some spots on the cheek doesn't have bubbles even after 3 minutes. But it's quite fun since the bubble bursts and tickles .
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Instruction says remove then wipe the mask gently against the skin. I also did it on my eyelids because I wanted to remove the eye makeup as well. The formula is pretty gentle because I was able to open my eyes to grab a towel and didn't hurt at all .
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The leftover essence rinsed off pretty quickly. But unfortunately. I think it's too drying for me. As I was grabbing the cleansing water and cotton pads, I can feel my skin feeling very tight and uncomfortable.


I used the cleansing water to see what is remaining on my face. And I am quite happy to report that nothing is on my face besides some eye makeup. I don't blame the mask though since it wasn't technically used on the eyes. So it's okay
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The mask is pretty fun and cleanse well. I did use normal makeup and not waterproof ones, so I can't attest to how it performs against waterproof makeup. However. I don't think it's meant for dry or dehydrated skin types. I think it's much better suited for those with oilier skin

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