You Need It: Cosline Oxygen Drop Foaming Mask Review

The economy is on it’s way, very slowly, to recovery and just think once we ht a good speed bump, instead of the nasty pitfalls, we’ll have a ton of good stuff to look forward. Extra fees, taxes, and all sorts of fantastic new ways to get more money from us should be coming atcha soon. Excited?

Heavy sarcasm.

Which had me thinking about when we’ll have to pay for oxygen or perhaps it’ll simply be a tax on the air we breath. Granted we already pay for the very basics of things like water from the tap, why not the air we breath too?

I pay $18 for my oxygen and love it! It’s one form of oxygen I’m very willing to pay for.

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Cosline Oxygen Drop Foaming Mask is a foaming face mask to deep clean skin with self-generating oxygen bubbles. Granted it promises to deep clean pores but I honestly don’t have large pores so can’t speak for that however I can say it’s absolutely lovely and makes my skin feel squeaky clean.

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The product starts out as a slightly sticky gel which you smooth onto dry, clean skin. Massage the gel for a few minutes and proceed to sit around and relax. As you relax, the gel will activate and start to turn into foaming bubbles on your face.  Within a minute or so you’ll have a face full of froth and you can proceed to massage the bubbles in and again sit back and relax. The bubbles will continue to regenerate each time you swipe them off, it’s a rather fun process. After leaving the mask on for 20 minutes or so you can rinse with warm water and proceed to love all over your newly glowing face!

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The bubbles have a knack for taking my dull, tired skin and revitalizing it, creating nourished, moisturized skin! Pretty nice results that’s for sure.

Overall, I’m a sucker for oxygen masks of any kind so of course I totally love this one! At $18, it’s actually one of the cheaper oxygen masks I’ve had the pleasure of using. Absolutely adore it and Muse Approved it for purchase.

Get it!

You need it.

Available from Sasa.

Disclosure: The following item was purchased by me for review purposes (and because I like flinging my money at makeup products of any kind) on Musings of a Muse. For further information please see my FTC Guidelines or my Disclosure/Disclaimer posts.

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  • 3/15/10 14:47 Kate:

    I might actually buy this. (Anything to help my pores!)

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    • 3/15/10 14:48 the Muse:

      if nothing else it gets your face looking gorg Kate :D

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  • 3/15/10 14:59 Jennifer:

    I find taxes in the US to be really low (especially sales tax), and if that’s the reason why healthcare is in the state it’s in, then I’d gladly pay higher taxes to make it more like home (Canada!). Then again, I’m not in a high salary bracket and don’t own property.. perhaps I’ll change my tune in a few years :)

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    • 3/15/10 15:44 the Muse:

      Hey Jen! I guess being born here we don’t realize how good we have it but sometimes it feels like uncle sam is sucking me dry. I’m single, own two homes, plus have my own business so it seems like I’m constantly shelling out :-D but your right compared to other places in the world, the US is actually quite low :D

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  • 3/15/10 16:02 Audrey:

    Reminds me of Bliss’s Triple Oxygen Energizing Mask… smells just like their Blood Orange + White Pepper line and it’s a fun-feeling mask :D

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    • 3/15/10 16:24 the Muse:

      I love the Bliss TO Mask Audrey!!!!!!! this is way cheaper though :D

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      • 3/15/10 16:42 Christine:

        Hi Muse!

        I was going to say this reminds me of Bliss’ Triple Oxygen Mask as well – if the Cosline Oxygen Drop is as good as Bliss’, then I’m totally picking this up next time I order from Sasa. Such a great deal!

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        • 3/15/10 16:47 the Muse:

          christine I actually like it more particularly b/c of the killer price :D

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  • 3/16/10 14:05 Angie Twe:

    I don’t know much abt this brand Muse but I do know that O2 Mask or cleanser are so fun!

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    • 3/16/10 16:07 the Muse:

      angie don’t think I tried :D any link!?

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      • 3/17/10 1:56 Angie Twe:

        Hmm… I’m still at the ‘wondering’ aroud at what O2 mask can do.. Currently, I think Taiwan or Korea that offer such mask.
        But you have one O2 mask alr Muse! Wait till you finish using that then you get another one yea girl. :D

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        • 3/17/10 9:12 the Muse:

          I’ll have to look angie :-D aw I’m all for something new whether I finish something or not :D

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          • 3/17/10 11:45 Angie Twe:

            I say… My failed attempt at trying to help you save some money. haha.

          • 3/18/10 9:53 the Muse:

            lol angie!

  • 5/27/10 7:30 Shirley:

    I have just finished using the innisfree 02 pore mask.
    The foaming action in innisfree foaming action is amazing!
    Feels like a proper salon facial massaging mask.
    Please try this Muse from sasa.com too!

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    • 6/15/10 16:49 the Muse:

      will have to try it out Shirley thanks for the rec :)

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  • 10/20/11 14:31 jesse dziedzic:

    What a frankly incredible writing!!

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