Bliss Mask-A-Peel Complexion Clearing Rubberizing Mask*

It’s Sunday, which only means one thing in the LuxeList household – it’s face mask time. There’s nothing like having a bit of an extended cleanse to get you ready for the week, and I like to try and undo a little of the makeup damage I will no doubt wreak in the week ahead. I fell in love with Bliss Mask-a-Peel last year when I tried the Radiance Revealing version, so when I found out that there was a complexion clearing mask, I just had to get my hands on them!

The masks come packaged in their own little pots, which you just add water to, then use the provided spatula to whip it into a thick, smooth mixture. Then you just apply a thick layer of the mask to freshly cleansed skin. Since it’s all about clearing skin, there is both Tea Tree Oil and Menthol extracts in the formula, which, once it’s on, get to work drawing all the ick out as the mask dries. Pro tip – the thicker the layer of mask you apply, the easier it is to pull off! Unlike a lot of masks I’ve tried that you peel, Bliss’ feel puffier, and they give you a good twenty minutes or so to sit back, relax, and know your skin is going to be glowing. Then, once the mask is try, you simply pull it off, and reveal your freshly cleansed skin which feels all soft and clear – I love it!

Bliss Mask-a-Peel is priced at £20 and is available here (UK) and here (US)

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