This iconic, super bubbly $10 face mask is all over TikTok

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TikTok is a treasure trove of weird-as-hell beauty products — and this mask just might be the strangest of them all.

Elizavecca’s Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a wacky $10 face mask that won’t stop going viral. The carbonated clay face mask first took over the internet back in 2016 with an iconic meme that’s basically the funniest thing ever posted on social media:

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And now, that same mask is taking over TikTok, inspiring a whole new generation of hilarious posts. But the mask isn’t just a silly looking foaming mess. It actually has skincare properties.

The K-beauty product contains a mixture of carbonated water, collagen, green tea, charcoal and clay said to clean pores and demolish blackheads.

While the product goes on like a gray clay mask, it quickly bubbles to a foaming cloud-like texture. Foaming masks like the Elizavecca bubble mask use oxygen to activate ingredients, causing them to penetrate deep in the skin.

Shop: Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask, $10

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The mask is also available on iHerb and YesStyle.

While Elizavecca’s bubble clay mask is pretty singular in the beauty space, several brands have come out with foaming sheet masks that provide a similar effect. Check out these options below for less mess and a similar cloud-like appearance:

Shop: Earth Therapeutics Deep Purifying Charcoal Bubble Mask, $12

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Shop: Glamglow Bubblesheet Mask, $9

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Shop: Julep Break Out The Bubbly Face Mask, $10

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Shop: Yes To Detoxifying Charcoal Bubbling Face Mask, $3.99

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Shop: Oh K! Exfoliate & Cleanse Bubble Sheet Face Mask, $3.50

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If you enjoyed this article, you can also snag this $15 at-home spa kit from Ulta.

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