I’ve yearned for a trip to a Bliss spa ever since I learned of their existence, but I unfortunately haven’t made it there yet. Luckily, Bliss creates at-home goodies like this one to keep me entertained while I wait.
The Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask looks and feels more like a facial cleanser than a mask; it comes out of the pump-top bottle as a gel-like substance, but quickly turns into a frothy foam once applied.
I left the mask on for five minutes as instructed, and swiftly noticed the froth disappearing. I thought perhaps the product was drifting down my face, but soon realized that the mask was actually dissolving, which really pleased me – I love to watch products actually do something.
After I rinsed, I was pleased to note brighter, more vivacious looking skin tone. Still, was the effect worth the $50 price tag? The jury’s still out. If money were no object, I’d definitely pick up more goodies from Bliss again.
The verdict: 7 out of 10 – a quick, easy pick-me-up if you can afford the price tag.
Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask sells at Amazon for $52.