I’ve been testing out a mattifying face cleanser and it has been drying out my normal skin so I needed some hydration ASAP. I’ve heard a lot of mixed reviews about the new hydrating elf line and I wanted to see for myself. The packaging of the bubble mask is very sleek, and I love the light mint color theme they have for these products. Unlike my clay masks, this mask has a pump. To get product out you have to remove the clear cap and push down on the top of the product and the mask comes out. To be completely honest, I hate the push down pump. First off, I found myself pushing really hard to get little to nothing out and when I did get it out, I had to quickly put the little that I did have on my face before it started to bubble. Pretty much you have to move fast with this mask. Now, with that out of the way I want to say that I love this mask! Not only is it fun to watch the product bubble up, it left my skin feeling very clean and hydrated. The mask has a very clean and fresh smell, but it is not overpowering. It does sort of tickle at first and then it starts to burn up! It was fun smashing the bubbles up too. The hydrating bubble mask retails for $14 and you get 1.69 oz of product. The mask suggests to follow up with the daily moisturizer, and I ended up buying the moisturizer as well! It comes in the same minty packaging, but the moisturizer is in a tube with a pump. I know a lot of people do not like the pump but I honestly don’t mind it. The moisturizer is a little thick so it needs to be applying and rubbed in for an even application. This moisturizer is very hydrating to the skin, but I am a bit oily on my nose so it made my nose a little slippery – which is no big deal because I usually treat my oily areas differently from my normal skin. In all, this moisturizer is a good one for drugstore. It retails for $8 and contains 2.53 fl oz.