Monday, August 1, 2011

Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask Review

I had the pleasure of being introduced to Bliss rubberizing mask that was recently launched in July. There are two versions, the Fabulous Skin-Reviving (which I am reviewing) for all skin types and the No ‘Zit’ Sherlock Breakout-Busting formula for acne prone skin. They are designed to temporarily envelop your skin’s surface to allow the mask’s key ingredients to be optimally absorbed by the skin.

To use is very simple. Empty one packet into a mixing bowl, add water using the enclosed measuring cup, mix and apply.

Please note, empty any leftover in a wastebasket, not sink.

Price: $38 (6 packs/masks per box)

Pros: It’s fun! If you like to bake or mix ingredients like a chemist, you will have fun with this. Instead of water, you can also substitute some water with toner (the nourishing type like rose water, not astringents) and I even added some rose oil for extra hydration. I also have a money saving tip, I find that one packet is too much product for me; half would be enough and this way, you can have 12 masks per box instead of 6.

Even when used with water alone, it is a smooth paste texture and goes on cool and calming. I left the mask on for more than 25 minutes (the box said 15-20 minutes) and not once did it makes my skin feel tight or uncomfortable. It is also easy to take off, unlike some peel off mask that can pull the skin during removal causing pain and redness.

It peels off in large pieces.

Cons: What is there not to like? Nada!

I dig this mask. I think it is perfect for after a hot summer day because the cooling sensation seems to calm and balance out my skin.

Rating: 5/5

Disclosure: This review contains sample sent for consideration. The review is base on my honest personal opinions and experiences.

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