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Tuesday, 1 August 2017

[JOLSE] TIA'M TROUBLE DRYING PINK BUBBLE PACK - is it the best bubble mask I've ever tired?


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Bubble masks became a thing - right now they are maybe not as popular as a year ago but still we keep repurchasing them. If you follow my blog for a longer time then you might my review of Elizavecca's Bubble Mask. This time Jolse gave me a chance to test a Tia'm Trouble Drying Pink Bubble Pack and share the review with you. 

Couple words about brand
I'm sure you all know the C20 Original Pure Vitamin C 20 Serum - the producer of this serum previously has the name O.S.T C20 but it has changed the name to TIA'M.


Packaging
The design is minimalistic and as you know I love minimalistic designs - it looks really professional. The only thing I can argue about is the lack of spatula but on the other hand, I feel like it's easier to apply this product with your hands than with brush or spatula. 

Skin Type
This mask is recommended for all skin types.


Ingredients
Water, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Kaolin, Calamine, Glycerin, Methyl Perfluorobutyl Ether, Methyl Perfluoroisobutyl Ether, Glyceryl Stearate, Bentonite, PEG-100 Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer, 1,2-Hexanediol, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Stearic Acid, Sorbitan Stearate, Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate, Dimethicone, Allantoin, Centella Asiatica Extract, Butylene Glycol, Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Water, Phenoxyethanol, Tocopheryl Acetate, Isohexadecane, Polysorbate 80, CI 77491, Fragrance

Water - a source of minerals and moisture. It’s the most basic element of the product. Cocamidopropyl Betaine - also known as Coco-Betaine, it’s a cleansing & hair-conditioning agent, but it’s also a foam maker. People with sensitive skin should be careful with this substance. Kaolin - it’s a white clay and the most delicate clay. It’s a source of many minerals such as iron, potassium, calcium and silicon. It makes your skin clean and soft. Calamine - a natural ingredient with antiseptic, anti-irritation and antibacterial properties. It absorbs sebum and dampness. It speeds up the healing process but it also helps with allergy and rash.  Glycerin -a humectant and a delicate preservative, but also a very powerful moisturiser. It helps other substances to get beneath the skin but it also regenerates the skin. Some people say it might be comedogenic, but in the comedogenic rating, this ingredient is placed very low. Methyl Perfluorobutyl Ether & Methyl Perfluoroisobutyl Ether - have you ever wonder why all the bubble masks are making bubbles? Thanks to these two ingredients this product has bubbles too. But do these two ingredients have any meaning to your skin? They help with collagen production but they can also help with wound healing. Glyceryl Stearate - an oily emollient and emulsifier. Unfortunately, it might be comedogenic. Bentonite - also known as Soap Clay. It’s a source of minerals such as iron, calcium or titanium. It absorbs sebum and dampness. It has antiseptic properties that are why this ingredient is used in the product for acne-prone skin as well as in pore care products. PEG-100 Stearate - an emollient, emulsifier and stabiliser. Not the safest substance for our health. Cetearyl Alcohol - an oily emollient and emulsifier. Unfortunately, it might be comedogenic. Sodium Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer - a stabiliser and anti-caking ingredient. 1,2-Hexanediol - a preservative and humectant with antibacterial properties. Some people say that it might be irritating. Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride - an oily emollient, protects skin from dehydration but it helps with product application as well - it makes a product easier to spread on the skin. Unfortunately, it might be comedogenic. Stearic Acid - an emollient and emulsifier, it can prevent skin dehydration and it prevents skin from strong detergents. It helps other substance to get beneath the skin surface, it’s also a good moisturiser. It might be comedogenic. Sorbitan Stearate -  an emulsifier and delicate cleansing agent. It gives a delicate scent to the product. It might be comedogenic. Cetearyl Olivate - an emulsifier and hair conditioning agent. It makes skin & hair softer. Sorbitan Olivate - an emollient and emulsifier, it prevents skin from dehydration, but it can be comedogenic. Dimethicone - an emollient that makes skin soft and prevents skin from moisture loss. It makes the product less sticky and makes it easier to spread on the skin. Unfortunately, it can clog your pores. Allantoin - an ingredient with skin soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. It’s a great moisturiser that regenerates the skin and helps with wound healing - it’s also an ingredient which you can use after a sunburn. This ingredient is recommended for every skin type. Centella Asiatica Extract - also known as Gotu Kola. A source of vitamins A, C and E. It’s an antioxidant with antiseptic and antibacterial properties. It can be used as a treatment for different problems like dark circles under eyes, acne, wrinkles, redness or even as an eczema treatment. It even works on cellulitis, sunburns and it can be used to remove scars that are why it is used in products for acne-prone skin. During the pregnancy, you have to use only small concentrations of this ingredient. Butylene Glycol - a humectant and preservative, it helps other ingredients to get beneath the skin but it’s also a moisturiser. It can be comedogenic. Melaleuca Alternifolia Leaf Water - also known as Tea Tree Leaf Water, it has antiseptic properties and it kills bacteria that’s why it works on acne-prone skin. It makes skin clean. Phenoxyethanol - a preservative, not good for health. Tocopheryl Acetate - a preservative and antioxidant. It’a s form of Vitamin E, it’s a good moisturiser and nourishing ingredient that helps with wrinkles. Isohexadecane - a dry emollient that makes skin and hair soft. It makes the product less sticky but it makes application easier. Polysorbate 80 - an emulsifier and cleansing agent, it should be avoided during the pregnancy. Unfortunately, this ingredient is not safe in use. CI 77491 - also known as Red Iron Oxide, Ferric Oxide or Diiron Trioxide, a natural colourant, safe in use. Fragrance - a scent maker - it can be natural or synthetic one. The natural ones are safe, but the synthetic ones can be irritating and they can be strong allergens.


Smell & Texture
The texture is funny, it's a pink bubbly and fluffy cream, somehow it reminds me of clouds... pink clouds. The smell is really nice but intensive, hopefully, it disappears really quickly. It's a floral scent. 

How does it work for me?
The main star here is Calamine, it's a trouble soothing mask so it should work on acne-prone skin. I've tried before Elizavecca Bubble Mask and formula here is very different - it's not a jelly but fluffy cream which you have to spread on your face with your fingers and that's better for me - it's easier to apply it than other bubble mask. It oxidises very quickly and it tickles my face but somehow I like it. It really leaves my skin without any signs of dirt or sebum/oil. I also couldn't see any new pimples. I have to mention that you have to make the application quick - another way it'll start to oxidise in the jar so you have to be quick and close the lid after every use but if you're used to this type of masks then it should be easy. This mask does really cleanse your pores and it's probably the better way to clean the pores than pore stripes - it's not as harmful and it cleans more than a charcoal stripe but to really see the effect you need a consistency - nothing new, every beauty treatment needs a consistency, I've been using it twice a week to see results - they might not be perfect but I feel like after using this mask one enlarged pore which I've got for a long time is cleaner than before. Personally, I prefer this mask - it's softer and not as harsh as other bubble masks.


Additional Information
There are 2 other variants of this mask - Sebum Drying Black Bubble Pack and Anti-Pollution Salt Facial Scrub.

Where to get it
You can get this Tia'm Trouble Drying Pink Bubble Pack on Jolse (22.40$/80ml).

Sum up
I had no expectations but it turns out that I've found new favourite bubble mask. It's definitely a good bubble mask and it's worth its price. I'll try to test Black Bubble Pack and Salt Facial Scrub from this brand in future. If you have problems with clogged pores then I really recommend you using products based on perfluorocarbons because it's fun and it's more effective than pore/charcoal stripes. 

Let me know how do you like this mask. Do you know Tia'm? Have you ever tried a mask with perfluorocarbons? 

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*** This post was made in collaboration with Jolse, even though it still shows my personal opinion on the topics and products***

48 comments

  1. Interesting post dear! thanks for sharing xx

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  2. Wstyd przyznać, ale ja jeszcze żadnej maski bąblującej nie stosowałam :) Z Tia'm chetnie wypróbowałabym wersję czarną, może kiedyś wpadnie mi w ręce!

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  3. Really interesting post) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Nie znam tej marki i nigdy nie używałam takich maseczek, ale zaciekawiła mnie taka maseczka :)

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  5. I always love to get to know new Beauty products and Brands.
    Most of all items from different countries.
    This is such a lovely and detailled Review.

    with love your AMELY ROSE

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  6. Wow, this looks lick pudding :D
    Great post.
    Have a nice day, dear!

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  7. ooo, brzmi mega fajnie :) i też mi przyszła na myśl chmurka jak ją zobaczyłam :)

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  8. Interesting review!
    http://beyoutiful.com.ua/?p=4035

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  9. Jaacież, ale konsystencja ♥ Generalnie koncept przeciekawy! Ale Cocamidopropyl Betaine zabiłaby chyba moją twarz :D

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  10. I never tried any bubble mask and I'm so curious! I want to try this <3
    The Fancy Cats

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  11. Jak zawsze konsystencja figlarna :D

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  12. Wygląda uroczo :D Nigdy nie miałam tego typu maski :P

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  13. Uwielbiam bąbelkowe maski ta jest trochę droga ale nie zmienia to faktu że chcę jej wypróbować :)

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  14. First time I saw the photo, I was like " OMG, this bubble mask is super cute, I should try" - then after reading your review, I become more obsessed to try this bubble mask, I thought it's not Korean product though, it's my first time knowing Ti'am brand. Thanks for the review Emilia <3

    xoxo,

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  15. Nie miałyśmy jeszcze maseczki z bąbelkami :P Super, że sprawdziła się na Twoim i naszym typie cery :)

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  16. To zdjęcie z początku wpisu robi wrażenie ;)
    Chyba zgłodniałabym po odkręceniu opakowania :D Polubiłam tę maseczkę tylko po zdjęciach i Twojej recenzji. Nie znam tej marki, co nie jest nowością, ale z chęcią bym taki produkt kupiła :)

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  17. Hah, a mnie jakoś ominął ten trend i nie miałam jeszcze żadnej bąbelkowej maski, bo większość ma po prostu nieciekawe składy :P W tym przypadku jestem zaskoczona, bo jest on całkiem dobry i gdyby nie ten PEG i kilka innych substancji, to byłby ideał :) Z drugiej strony, nie jest na początku, więc może mogłabym to wybaczyć? Fajnie, że maska sprawdziła się u Ciebie tak dobrze!

    Sakurakotoo ❀ ❀ ❀

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  18. Nie miałam nigdy bąbelkowej maseczki. Mam cerę mieszaną ze skłonnością do niedoskonałości, więc możliwe, że również byłabym z niej bardzo zadowolona! Opakowanie ma urocze!

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  19. Thanks for the interesting post! Have a nice day)

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  20. Maseczka bąbelkowa, pierwsze słyszę!
    Jak tylko zobaczę gdzieś taką stacjonarnie to biorę i muszę wypróbować!
    Pozdrawiam ♥

    http://kammage12.blogspot.com/

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  21. muszę się w końcu skusić na taką maseczkę, bo jeszcze takiej bombelkowej nie próbowałam, a to co się dzieje na twarzy jakoś bardzo mnie ciekawi :D

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  22. Jak już pisałam na insta, nie używałam jeszcze maseczek tego typu... Kuszą mnie bardzo :)

    Z tego co widzę ta byłaby idealna do mojej skóry :)

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  23. Marki nie znam- zawsze na Twoim blogu dowiaduje się o ciekawych kosmetykach :D

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  24. I really like your pictures!
    Your blog is very interesting and I would like to stay in touch with you. Would you like to support each other on Bloglovin, RSS and Instagram? That would be so cool and I look forward to hear from you. :)

    Best Regards,
    Sophia
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    INSTAGRAM
    BLOGLOVIN

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  25. Kolor maseczki jest świetny! :)
    Za każdym razem, kiedy u Ciebie na blogu jestem zachwycam się Twojim marmurkowym tłem. Podoba mi się bardzo. Możesz mi powiedzieć, czy to są jakieś płytki, blat stołu, stolik? I gdzie można to dostać? :D Tak mi się spodobało, że chciałabym mieć w sowim domu :)

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  26. Mam wrazneie, ze zapach bardzo by mi sie spodobął. Ogólnie produkt swietnie wyglada <3

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  27. I love that this mask is pink. I've never heard of a bubble mask before but sounds really interesting.

    xoxo
    Rina Samantha
    http://www.andshedressed.com

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  28. Such a wonderful mask!
    Your photos so amazing!
    www.recklessdiary.ru

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  29. Bardzo polubiłam maseczki bąbelkowe, więc koniecznie muszę wypróbować również tą sztukę. Jestem bardzo ciekawa czy mnie oczaruje :)

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  30. to dla mnie nowość. mam maseczkę bąbelkową ale w płachcie ze skin 79

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  31. A ja jeszcze nie miałam takiej maseczki :P

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  32. Nie słyszałam o niej, ale chcę! <3

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  33. Pełno w sieci jest o tych maskach bąbelkowych, że chyba wreszcie się skuszę. Ja mam właśnie cerą problematyczną, więc produkt idealny dla mnie. Pozdrawiam

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  34. Bardzo ciekawa maska i muszę sobie ją kupić, tylko nie wiem czy byłabym na tyle systematyczna żeby takie zabiegi przeprowadzać regularnie .. bo zawsze mam z tym problem, niestety :/

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  35. Pierwszy raz spotykam się z taką maseczka, treściwie napisane :D
    Mój blog - KLIK

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  36. i want bubble pink korean mask :)
    Hi dear, i'm new follower on your nice blog, can you follow mine on my blog?
    https://amoriemeraviglie.blogspot.it/

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  37. What a lovely product, the color is so pretty!
    http://www.laveinechronicles.com/

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  38. A jak z wydajnością tej maseczki?

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  39. As usual great post! Thanks for sharing)

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  40. wygląda bardzo zachęcająco. Nie miałam okazji używać
    Sandicious

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  41. Z chęcią wypróbowałabym taką maseczkę :)

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  42. I have never heard of a bubble mask before! The product looks so nice, smooth and fluffy, I would really like to try it out! Thank you very much for sharing this tipp with us. Best greetings, Eva
    http://nicovabeauty.com

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  43. Fajna konsystencja. Lubię taką, ale skład...taki sobie niestety

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  44. Ostatnio nie mam aż tak dużego problemu z zaskórnikami, ale zawsze kilka z nich mnie dręczy i kusi mnie przetestowanie takich bąblujących masek. Ta ma taki słodki kolor, wygląda jak wata cukrowa <3

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  45. Jeszcze maseczek bąbelkowych nie miałam okazji używać, bo kończę stare zapasy. Przyznam że ten kolor jest czarujący i chętnie bym ją nałożyła na twarz:D

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  46. Nie miałam jeszcze maseczki bombelkowej ale bardzo mnie kuszą i z całą pewnością w końcu po jakąś sięgnę :-D Kolor śliczny, a o marce nie słyszałam. Jak zwykle wynajdziesz coś co mi w pięty pójdzie :-D

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