Sunday, April 16, 2017

Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask: Review

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Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask: Review
You know cream masks, sheet masks, clay masks, peeling masks, and bubble masks, but have you heard of rubberizing masks? Well as strange as they may sound, the rubberizing masks from Bliss may just be the next big thing. Made with diatomaceous earth and seaweed extract, the Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask ($15 CAD each or $38 CAD for 3) starts off as a powder and turns into a thick gummy slurry that sets to a rubber texture. To read my review and see it in action, click......
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask: Review
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' COmpexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask
Packaging:
Available individually or as a pack of three, the Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Rubberizing Mask comes in a small plastic container. You get 14g of product and to use, simply fill the little jar up to the designated fill line and stir to mix. Unfortunately, the mask doesn't come with a spatula so I had to sacrifice one of my Omorovicza spatulas.
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask: Review
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' COmpexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask
Formulation:
Made with diatomaceous earth (the pulverized fossil of marine phytoplankton), seaweed algin, tea tree oil, sea silt extract, and willow extract, the Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' comes in a powder form. Once mixed with water, the product develops a thick, gummy consistency that will set and dry pretty quickly. The product was a bit messy and drippy to spread evenly across the skin but you get more than enough product to cover your entire face and neck (you can probably split this between two people).
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask: Review
Bliss Mask-a-'Peel' COmpexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask
While set, the mask feels like a thick coconut jelly sheet mask on the face, super cooling and very relaxing, hugging every contour of the face and sealing in every bit of moisture. Within 15 or so minutes, the mask can be easily peeled off of the face. At first, I was worried that this might rip off my brow hairs but it actually came off super easily and smoothly, all in one piece with very few remnants. After removal, my skin felt very soft and hydrated! Overall, this is a pretty cool mask! If not for the expensive price point, I would definitely use it on a regular basis.

Availability:
Bliss is available online and in stores at select Sephora, London Drugs, and The Bay.
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