Friday, July 8th, 2011


Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask

Want to jump on the DIY trend and recreate the Bliss Spa experience at home? ‘Mask’ and you shall receive! Snag a spa-worthy experience from the comfort of your own bathroom and put your best face forward with Bliss’ NEW fabulous skin-reviving rubberizing mask.

Designed to temporarily envelop the skin’s surface, this unique rubberizing mask absorbs into the skin, peeling back to reveal purged pores and renewed skin. The brightening formula is packed with powerful nutrients and antioxidants(vitamin c + bilberry to name a few!), refreshing the skin for a vibrant, even look.

Not only does the mask help you say goodbye to dull, tired skin, but the fun application is also perfect for a blog photo or video demo!

  • Empty the packet into a mixing bowl, add a scoop of water and mix with enclosed spatula into a smooth paste
  • Paint the paste onto your face and neck with the spatula
  • Allow mask to rubberize for 15-20 minutes (and paint your nail while you wait!)
  • Peel mask off in one swoop
  • Ta-da – a true at-home spa experience!

availability: bliss fabulous skin-reviving rubberizing masks contains six masks and are available in July for $38.00 at bliss spas, blissworld.com, bliss catalog (888 243 8825), and Sephora and Ulta retailers.

Anyone else curious about what a rubberized mask feels like? Hmm…

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15 thoughts on “Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask

  1. mumtaza

    sounds like a giant biore strip. i’d be into it. but it’s way too expensive.

  2. “Rubberize” sounds *so * unappealing. xP

  3. Shilpa

    im not courious about a “rubberized” mask, im more turned off by it. is this going to make my skin rubbery? no thx, ill pass!

  4. Dorna

    Rubberized masks are AWESOME. I hate messy facials and scrubs. You can feel it tightening on your skin just like any mask, but it peels off in one big piece and goes straight in the trash. Only downside is there’s no exfoliation really.

  5. joey

    keen on trying it but the cost puts me off!

    p.s. “Allow mask to rubberize for 15-20 minutes (and paint your nail while you wait!)
    Peel mask off in one swoop” – can’t peel off mask if my nails are wet! :p

  6. Rae

    Okay, Bliss, you have my attention! :P This sounds delightfully strange.

  7. Um, WHOSE nails take 15-20 minutes to paint and dry? Not mine, thank you very much.

  8. Stephanie

    This sounds interesting. Pretty pricey though, but I suppose it only comes out to a little over $6 per mask and this isn’t something you’d do on a daily basis so it might be worth it if the results are good.

  9. Cupcake888

    This sounds like a re-issue of one of its older product. I remember it was a giant jar of powder. Came with a scoop. You need to put that in a bowl and add water as well. When applying that I usually put some sort of serum underneath otherwise when you pull the mask it’s gonna hurt!

    Of course, now that it’s reissued in packs, it’s much more expensive per mask…

  10. karla

    I’m willing to try it. My skin is going crazy lately. It sounds interesting …once I get to sephora i’ll pick it up and try it out.

  11. Sounds so inconvenient, and Asian companies have been coming out with peel-off masks for ages. And you DON’T need to mix it around in a bowl first.

  12. Laura

    This mask is on my face as I type this. Feels pretty wierd but very nice cooling sensation. Also can definately feel a strong tightening effect. Not so much it hurts but just enough. Feels very relaxing. I also found the mixing part quite fun.