Su:m37 White Award Bubble-De Mask Review

sum37bubblemaskGirl. Get your credit card ready and save your coins because you need the su:m37 White Award Bubble-De Mask in your life. Trust me.

Right after I moved from Vietnam, one of my dear friends sent me a Kakao message.

“Have you tried the su:m37 bubble mask?”
“Nope. How is it?”
She sent me a selfie, and literally her skin was glowing. “Girl, this mask is freaky awesome!”

If there’s anything you know about me, it’s that once you tell me you love something and I need to buy it, I set out at that moment to try and find said product/s. I don’t waste any time. But sadly, I couldn’t find the mask ANYWHERE online, not even at w2beauty.com. I had all but forgotten about the mask until I was browsing w2beauty one day and BAM, there it was in all of its glory. I didn’t even bat an eyelash at the price (cry), and immediately put it into my cart. I tried it the first day I got it and GIRRRRRLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL. Girl. GIRL.

First off, what is this su:m37 bubble mask? It’s a detoxing foaming mask, very similar to Bliss’s Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask. It foams up and releases oxygen bubbles into your skin, creating instantly brighter skin. The mask also deep cleans your pores by drawing out harsh pollutants and it also soothes and softens your skin.

The product is packaged in a plastic bottle with a built in pump and top, containing 100mL of product. You use it right after you wash your face, before the rest of your skincare routine. I typically use it at night, but I see no issues with using it in the day, especially if you’re going to a special event or you just need an extra boost of glowy, radiant goodness. Instructions state that you can use it 2 to 3 times per week, but the results are so amazing you’re probably going to reach for it more often. After you use it, remember to wipe off the top and make sure that it’s firmly closed and stored in a cool place.
maskswatchAfter I wash my face, I pump the mask onto my fingers and apply to my face in a thin layer. This is definitely one product where a little goes an incredibly long way. After about 10 to15 seconds, the mask will start to foam up and tingle all over your face. Leave the mask on for about 15 minutes, or until most of the bubbles have dissolved.

swatchmask2After about 15 minutes, rinse the mask off with tepid water and admire how much brighter, radiant, and gorgeous your skin looks. It’s legitimately an instant facial. Each time I use this mask, my skin is noticeably brighter, smoother, softer, and more clear. I’ve even had a few pimples pop up here and there, and after using this mask, they’re much less pronounced. And the best part is, with this mask the results last! When I woke up the next morning after using the mask for the first time, Johnny complimented me on how great my skin looked. SUCCESS.

If you live in a heavily polluted area, I feel like this mask is a godsend. I’ve started driving a motorbike, and even though I wear a mask whenever I drive, my skin is always so dull and congested by the end of the day. This mask is a lifesaver. I haven’t been breaking out, and on days when I know I’m not going to get a lot of sleep, it fakes 9 hours of sleep like a charm. I feel like it’s also a great mask to use before a date, girls night out, or a big event like a wedding. I love it because it’s SO easy to use. It’s easy to apply, easy to remove, and it works. I’m obsessed! I actually have to stop myself from using it every day, because I don’t want to run through the bottle.

There is one negative though – it’s hella expensive. I bought it from w2beauty.com for $62.45 with free shipping. It’s also available via¬†Amazon.com for $58 + shipping, and Ebay seller makozzang for $53.00

But the thing is, the mask is going to last you a LONG time. You only need a little bit, and honestly, for the kind of results you get from it, I believe it’s more than worth it.

So treat yo’self girlfriend! If you get it from w2beauty, make sure to use my code¬†05632401 to receive $5 off your first order!

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