June 28, 2011

Bliss Rubberizing Mask

Ok, totally thinking lewd thoughts about the Pulp Fiction gimp when I saw that Bliss had a new Rubberizing Mask.

Say word!


Yeah well, I totes won’t admit that I have a Bring out the Gimp T-Shirt, nope, you didn’t hear it from me.

But if you’re wanting to get your inner gimp on the new Bliss Rubberizing Mask goes no holds barred (I will not say holes, I will not say holes…you either got that joke or you didn’t. SWISH, that’s the sound of it going over your head) on dull skin with this mask.

Check it!

DIY Beauty? Total check! Experience the Spa moment at home with this mask that allows you to mix your own mask!

This mask was designed to temporarily envelop the skin’s surface with a unique rubberizing formula that 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 you can go all DIY on it by mixing it up yourself!

Simply empty the packet into a mixing bowl, add a scoop of water and mix with enclosed spatula into a smooth paste. Now paint the paste onto your face and neck with the spatula, ask your boyfriend, friend, or husband to say “Bring out the Gimp!” and breeze into the room into doing your best runway walk! Now wait for 15-20 minutes preferably with the Pulp Fiction song playing in the background! Peel the mask off after the time is up and Ta-Da!

Good bye dull skin! Hello new you!

I need to try it!

Whatcha think?

Yay or nay on the gimp errr I mean Rubberizing Mask from Bliss Spas?

It’s available now in a five pack from Sephora.com and will be available shortly from www.blissworld.com for $38.

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  • Tammie

    Real comment: Sounds nice but too much work…will stick to MBD sheet masks πŸ˜›

  • Liz!

    I’d totally try it! I’m all about purging the pores πŸ˜€

  • Comrade Garlic

    Yay! Bliss brought this back. I know I’m showing my age here, but I remember when they first had these (like over a decade ago). So messy, so expensive. But so much fun. It really was like going and getting a professional facial.

      • Makedonka

        Ha, same here! πŸ™‚ Now that you referenced the mask to the movie I’ll have to try the darn mask .. πŸ˜›

        • the Muse

          LOL makedonka ;-D Bliss’s GIMP rubberizing mask totally would sell more product ;D!

  • Trisha

    OMG! I can’t wait to get my hands on this. Thanks Muse! BRING ON THE GIMP!

  • Esther

    This sounds exactly like the blilberry and vitamin c mask i get during my facial when i go to bliss49 in the city. I feels amazing when it goes on and when you peel it away you can see every single pore in your face indented into the mask. My facialist uses it on me every time to calm my skin down after doing peels, micro and extractions during my facial. If you want it to feel nice on a hot summer day i suggest using cold water to mix it, it’ll feel great!!