Face masks have become a nig thing as of late. Whether it's a charcoal peel-off exposing all the dirt from within your pores or a luxurious glossy one, we'll do anything to get our skin as clean as possible.
So when we saw the next big thing in face masks we just had to share.
When Emma Tallerud posted pictures of what happens when you apply a carbonated bubble clay mask, the Internet went wild.
As soon as you apply to the skin, it's of a bubbly texture, but it just keeps growing and growing and growing, until you basically turn into a grey cloud.
Founded in Korea and made from carbonated water and mud, the masks are supposed to clean the pores whilst softly massaging them.
A word of caution though that many Twitter users have found when wearingt the mask. Don't put anywhere near your nostrils as it will try to 'smother' you.
One user said: 'These oxygen bubble face masks are ridiculously wonderful. 100% looked like a doofus but my skin feels amazing.'
Get yours from Amazon for £8 and be ready to take a ridiculous amount of selfies, snapchats, boomerangs, anything that'll show how much fun these masks can be.