Rave: Bliss Triple Oxygen Energizing Mask

While I wilt away slowly on my comps, let me just tell you that it's torture and my lenses won't stay in my eyes because my eyes are so dry. So during those wee hours in the morning where I forgot to put my night cream and my skin looks sallow and dull (I could be mistaken for a long dead mummy or the rotting bark of a tree at this point, whichever is more dead), I started using the Bliss Triple Oxygen Energizing Mask.


I will admit I always bypassed Bliss products but after consistently using this mask for the past few weeks I cannot stop raving about it. The Sephora website lists that the mask contains oxygen, vitamin c, time-released antioxidants, and moisturizers which all sounds great. The mask is easy to apply and I wet my face and massage the mask into my skin and wait for frothing action to start. The mask froths and seems to clean my face well and gives me a great glow. It's also a great mask to apply at the beginning of the shower and wash off towards the end.

At first, I didn't really see much of a difference. But with exams being stressful I kept to using this mask in an effort to perk up my skin. After consistent use, my skin got this great glow and felt well cleaned. My skin also feels soft, supple, and moisturized after using the mask. The effects last a good two days after which I slather on the mask again.

This is a great mask to use between facials. It's incredibly gentle and doesn't break my skin out and calms my skin during periods of stress and dryness. For me, I've decided it needs to stay in my arsenal at all times. It's a great mask when you've not slept in days (or weeks) and need to look halfway human in less than 10 minutes.

image source: www.sephora.com

5 comments:

diana said...

I love this mask too! I've been using it for a month now and it brightened my face and refreshened it too. My face looks better each day.

9:29 AM
Cassie said...

Don't you just love Grad School!, Well I get the Bliss catalogs regularly and simply browse the product line and this mask kept catching my eye, however, being skeptical of millions of skin products I refused to order it. Anu let me say that your suggestions for skin care products have really began to help my hyperpigmented skin! So this I am def going to order and add because my NC50 skin is taking on a dull greenish/gray hue (no sleep)... Good luck on your comps!

1:05 AM
Anonymous said...

Anu,

could you please post a pic of yours wearing the MAC Hug Me lipstick? I am assuming you have it in your makeup stash...who am I kidding! :)
i would like to see it before i buy it online...have heard great things about it...and I hope it's the MLBB kind - just the right amount of rosy pink/brown....I am NC42 for reference.

thanks!

9:05 AM
Sandra said...

Hello! I've been browsing your blog, and so far I love it. I was wondering if you have any tips for my skin since lately as I'm getting closer to graduating from college, my skin has been breaking out a lot more on my chin and my nose is covered with blackheads. I've tried a ton of products, but nothing really has done anything spectacular.

I would appreciate any tips you have. Good luck in grad school!!

2:24 AM
An Indian's makeup musings said...

OOh gotto try this ! Will be fun using the foamy foamy mask I guess !
Good luck with comps !

7:57 AM

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