Sunday, October 11, 2015

Bliss Multi-'Face'-Eted All-In-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask: Review

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Bliss Multi-'Face'-Eted All-In-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask: Review
A kaolin mask infused with 10% glycolic acid, jojoba oil, and crushed quartz, the Multi-'Face'-Eted All-in-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask ($60 CAD) is a spa-quality, at-home mask that nourishes, cleanses, and softens the skin all in one go. To see how effective the it is, click.......
Bliss Multi-'Face'-Eted All-in-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask
Packaging:
The Multi-'Face'-Eted clay mask comes in a beautiful frosted glass jar with a silver cap. The jar holds a generous 65g of product, which lasts quite a while as you only need very little for each use.
Bliss Multi-'Face'-Eted All-in-One Anti-Aging Clay Mask
Formulation:
With 10% glycolic acid, the Multi-'Face'-Eted Clay Mask exfoliates the skin by melting away dead skin cells. The mask is kaolin clay based so as it dries, it helps absorb excess oil. With a smooth and easy-to-spread formulation, the clay mask has sparse bits of crushed quartz that helps gently scrub away rough, dry patches. Last but not least, the mask is also infused with jojoba oil that leaves the skin feeling nourished and soft after each use.
This is a great clay mask that not only cleanses but nourishes. However, a huge drawback with the formulation is how difficult it is to remove. After using a wet face cloth to wash off the mask, a slightly greyish tint stay remains on my face. Therefore, I actually have to use my Clarisonic after the first wash to remove all the rest. So all in all, this mask is best avoided if you have a busy schedule.

Availability:
Bliss is available online and in stores at Sephora and The Bay.
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