I love to use face masks, but even I have to admit, they do get a little boring sometimes. So anytime I can try one that doesn't have your run of the mill apply, sit for 15 minutes, rinse off process, I'm excited. Bliss' Fabulous Skin Reviving Rubberizing Mask definitely fits that bill. To use it, you empty one of the packets in the box into a mixing bowl, then add a scoop of water and mix it into a thick paste. Then you apply the paste to your face and hang out for 20 minutes while it rubberizes before you peel it off.
First of all, rubberizes is such a weird word that I was totally curious what it would look like. It really does form some sort of thick, rubbery consistency on your face, but it's not painful or stingy at all. It's just kind of... cool, for lack of a better word. Definitely different than any mask I've ever used before. The one thing that I would be careful of though is to keep it away from your hairline and your eyebrows. I wasn't really thinking about that when I applied it and once the stuff rubberizes, it's a nightmare to get out of hair. At one point, I was really worried that my eyebrows would come off with it, but I was able to finally get it all out without becoming eyebrow-less. But still, you can easily avoid that torture if you take your time, so just be careful. It's also really fun to peel off - it's totally satisfying to do it, plus it doesn't come off in tiny pieces, so it won't take you three hours to get it all off. (There's nothing more annoying than a mask that has great results, but requires you to spend an entire "Scandal" episode to take off). It basically peeled off my face in about five big pieces, then there were only a few places where I had other small pieces to peel seperately. Totally easy and kind of fun!
You're supposed to use it once a week and I've only tried it once so far, so I can't really talk about long term results, but my skin did look really clean and glowy after I took it off, plus it felt all smooth and hydrated. I'll definitely use the other packets in the box to get Blissed-out!
Note: A sample was sent to me by a PR representative working with Bliss