Product Review: Bliss Multi-Face-Eted Clay Mask
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014
By Aimee
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*This review was made possible by a press sample received by Bliss, all opinions are my own*

Bliss multi-"face"-eted clay mask

I received a sample of the New Multi-"face"-ted Bliss face mask from the awesome girls over at Bliss.

Multi-"face"-ted is a new flexible anti-aging clay mask that will help correct the sixe visible signs of aging.  This mask contains smoothing quartz, 10% glycolic acid, jojoba oil and carbon. These ingredients help to smooth the appearance of lines, will even your skin tone and texture. Soften and brighten your skin, while shrinking the look of pores

Bliss multi-"face"-eted clay mask


Bliss multi-"face"-eted clay mask

I love that Multi-'face'-ted stays moist while on the face and flexible.  You don't have that too tight feeling on your face that can be very drying and stressing to the skin. Just check out these statistics to understand the benefits people who use the mask are seeing in just four weeks:

• 87% agreed it dramatically reduces the look of pore size

• 87% agreed it delivers a healthy glow

• 83% agreed skin feels replenished

• 77% agreed skin looks dramatically radiant

• 70% agreed skin tone looks dramatically even & uniform

• 70% agreed skin looks dramatically revitalized

* In a consumer perception study of healthy females from 26-54 years of age

This is probably the only clay mask that I own that doesn't smell like clay, it's a very refreshing light scent that matches the consistency of the product. You may not think that's very important but if you think about it the worse a mask smells the less likely you are to use it.

Bliss multi-"face"-eted clay mask

Above all I think this mask has amazing benefits. I love how my skin looks and feels after using it, and I plan on buying it the moment I run out of my press sample. The price is a bit heft at $50

Have you tried the Bliss Multi-Face-Eted mask? What did you think?




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