Review: Cell Fusion C – Pore Delete Bubble Pack

Personally, I love a nice clay mask to draw out impurities, though I no longer use them as often as I used to owing to the fact that they can be drying – and my skin is no longer all that oily anymore!

Therefore, I’ve been on the hunt for a non drying clay mask and I think I might have found one after all. Let’s take a look together!

What it is: It’s a two-in-one face wash and clay mask that bubbles up upon contact with air.

TL;DR: This is a great option if you’re looking to deep cleanse, especially when travelling.

Price & Availability: I got these for ₩10,900 at Olive Young.

Quantity/Size: These come in a pack of 11 individual sachets à 5 g / 0.17 oz each. This works out to around ₩1,000 per application.

Ingredients: Water, Kaolin, Potassium, Cocoyl, Glycinate, Bentonite, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Cocoyl Apple, Amino Acids, Disiloxane, Glycerin, Capryl/Capramidopropyl, Betaine, Methylpropanedio, Caprylic?capri Triglyceride Magnesium, Aluminium Silicate, Dimethicone, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate,Acrylates/C10-30 Akryl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Cellulose Grum, Decylente Glycol, Hexylene glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin Trehalose, Butylene Glycol, Totarol Fragrance, Xanthan gum, Allantion, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf extract,Bioflavanoids Dipotassium Butyl, Avocadate, Camellia, Sinensis Leaf Extract, Diospyros Kaki Leaf extract, Canola Oil, Vitis Vinifera(Grape) Seed Oil, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, BrassicaOleracea Italica(Broccoli) Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Betaine, Macadamia Intergrifolia Seed Oil, Raffinose, Histidine, Hyaluronic Acid, InositolArginine, Cysteine, Lysine, Glutamine, Glycine, Pyrus Malus(apple) Fruit Extract, Tropolone, Caprylyl Glycol, ArganinaSpinosa Kernel Oil, Prunus Serotina(Wild Cherry) Fruit Extract, Propyl Gallate. (Source:

Unfortunately, I am unable to find an ingredients list analysis for this one, but just looking at the list, it would appear that there are a bunch of smoothing ingredients suspended in a kaolin clay base.



Importantly, this is a product you’re meant to apply on dry skin. I guess you could apply this over made up skin but I would recommend using at least a makeup remover of your choice, then pat your face dry with a paper towel, tissue or face cloth, and then apply this over thoroughly dry skin only.

The reason is that this bubbles up once you expose the product to air, however if you don’t, the bubbles won’t rise up (believe me, I’ve tried) and you’re missing out on half the fun with this.

The product comes out a beautiful pale salmon pink that will look so pretty on your face. After a few seconds following application, it bubbles up. It feels like unicorn kisses on your face – super cute! As it dries down, the bubbles pop and will disappear.

It has a light, fresh, minerally scent that dissipates quickly.

Eventually, you will be left with a slightly matte film on your face. When in touch with water, it will lather up a rich foam and wash away easily. I reckon you could probably get away with leaving it on for 5 minutes; I have had it on for 20 and never suffered any adverse effects.


What I really like about this bubble pack is that it never feels dry or uncomfortable, even after extended periods of time. In spite of it being a clay mask, my skin feels comfortable, fresh and clean after using this, and skincare goes on well afterwards. My skin feels soft and smooth but also very clean, without being squeaky clean.

I cannot say that it deleted my pores – I don’t think any over the counter product can do so – but a freshly cleansed face usually looks smoother than a face that has not been looked after.

Seeing as it is packed individually – great for hygiene purposes!, I would recommend this for travel or going to the gym. I also think that packaging it individually prevents it from spoiling through being exposed to air (this was a problem I had with Neogen’s bubbling Canadian Pore Cleanser, the review is in the link). It does waste a lot of packaging material, though!

Final Thoughts

In spite of its slightly gimmicky nature, I genuinely enjoyed using this and I would consider repurchasing! 👍

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6 thoughts on “Review: Cell Fusion C – Pore Delete Bubble Pack

  1. This sounds and looks interesting, I’ve seen these type of bubbling packs around and always wondered if they’re any good. I’m going to add it to my list of things to try 😀


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