Product Review | Bliss In The Honey Mask
Product Review | Bliss In The Honey Mask ($16, Ulta.com)
Product Details (from Ulta's website): Bliss In The Honey Mask soothes and relieves super parched or irritated skin; rids skin of dullness - especially in cooler months. Leaves skin dewy and baby-smooth
Hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested
Cruelty-free. Blissfully Free From: Parabens, Phthalates, Sulfates, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), DMDM Hydantoin, Urea, Petrolatum, Mineral Oil, DEA/TEA/MEA/ETA, Formaldehyde
Review: As mentioned in my previous review, products where honey is a main ingredient are my favorite. You can thank Farmacy Beauty for their honey love skincare line for that love connection. I own and/or have owned other Bliss Skincare products before such as the What A Melon Overnight Mask and it performed really well. I currently own the Bliss Gel Cleanser (I have yet to open it). There's something about Bliss' packaging that is quite simplistic yet its colors are very uplifting without overwhelming the eyes. This comes in a white, teal and honey colored box with orange typography. The jar has the same exact print and colors as the box with a white screw cap. The consistency of the mask is a thicker but feels like a finely blended puree, no clumps, just perfectly smooth.
I have been using this mask since mid-December to present time. I love the way it leaves the skin feeling fresh and soft. It definitely keep the skin moisturized. It also applies better than the Andalou Naturals Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask. Because its smooth consistency, it is easy to apply on the skin. It has a better grip and you can really feel it working evenly on the skin. One thing I noticed is that when I rinse it off, some areas of my face feels like there's thin layer of film left over and other areas seem to be fine. I do have to use my Farmacy Beauty Clean Bee Cleanser to fully take off this mask instead of just a water rinse. I try to keep my skincare routine simple with less steps so the extra step is sometimes annoying but is worth it. I definitely recommend this product if you are looking for an effective but also an affordable skincare with honey as its primary ingredient.