In recent years, American obsession with Korean beauty products has reached an all-time high. As a result, there are more adorable and quirky skincare products available to us than ever before.
One of the most buzzed-about is a face mask that not only delivers nutrients to the skin — it delivers major hilarity, in the form of giant, fuzzy bubbles.
The aptly-named Elizavecca Milky Piggy Carbonated Bubble Clay Mask is a Korean beauty mask that is formulated with carbonated water, mud and charcoal to help eliminate blackheads and tighten pores.
Oh, and there’s one other little bitty, semi-important detail: it will make your face look like a dust-bunny.
Reddit user ZeApollo recently posted a photo of the mask in action, and the results are unbelievably (and delightfully) fluffy.
While the mask starts out as an innocuous, gray mask, it slowly progresses to a bubbly, fuzzy fluff-fest on your face. (Which, if I’m being honest, kind of looks like mold spores, but whatever!) Once the bubbles start to form, you wash off the mask, and are left with clean, soft skin.
Despite its unorthodox methods, plenty of Amazon customers are writing rave reviews for the fluffy mask.
They’re even sending in photos of their faces encased in bubbles.
But, be forewarned: if you have very sensitive skin, use caution when proceeding with this mask, as charcoal can be somewhat abrasive on delicate skin.
If you’d like to achieve your own fuzzy sheep face, you can purchase the mask on Amazon for $10.45.
Perhaps you’ll end up with fabulously clear skin — but, more importantly, you’ll get the most hilarious selfie opportunity ever.