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Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask


Bliss Fabulous Skin-Reviving Rubberizing Mask

So, I’ve been ever so slightly rubbish lately – sorry. There’s no excuse but really, lots going on, most of it good, some of it not so good, some of it downright rubbish and the arse end of it is that I look shit. Really, really shit. Turning 31 on Monday didn’t help…

Anyway, what did help was the amazing Bliss Fabulous Skin Reviving Rubberizing Mask.
I’ve had this in my testing drawer for the longest time and just haven’t had half an hour to give it a shot but, wow, I’m so glad I did. Aside from the fact that it’s super awesome fun times for your skin (full of seaweed, bilberry and vitamin C) it’s the most fun you can have at home with a face mask. And that’s a lot of fun.

It’s easy, really. You mix the powder with water and then slather the cool sticky goo on your face then lay your ass down for twenty minutes while the whole thing rubberizes. Once it’s solid, you get the extreme pleasure of peeling the tick layer of rubber off your chops, taking all sorts of dead skin and bad times with it. Brilliant. Each box includes six masks, six mixing sticks, a measuring cup and joy. The joy isn’t listed on the ingredients but it’s there.

I have decided it is as good for the soul as it is for the complexion and that I’m peeling away all life’s shitty shit along with the mask.
But you can probably just use it as a face mask and it will be fine.


(4) Comments

  1. Happy birthday!!

  2. Steviie says:

    Awww i LOVE pulling off facemasks!! 🙂

  3. Hello, I´ve started to read your book – I heart New York. I must say… I love it! It seem a little bit naive and unreal ( I mean the story) but it is what I exactly need. I´ve moved from very very small village to the capital city of our republic. I feel very lost here,but her story makes me be strong, be sure that days will be better. I need Angela´s courage and just new people, make new relationships,…
    I don´t know if this is understandable for you. I just wanted to ask you some questions… Had you really lived in London and than moved to NY? Is this book at least a bit autobiographic?
    I´m in a half of I heart New York, so I´m going back to read it and dream about better yesterdays…:-)
    Thank you so much for writing this book. I have to try find your other books, when I´ll be in library!
    Do you think that our biggest, really biggest wish can make true even it seems a bit unreal?

  4. Holly says:

    Originally a fan of your books but then discovered your blog-and FYI i love your blogs. They are always so chit chatty and as though you are talking directly to each individual reading it. Not only do you talk about life/love etc. but now advice on face masks-what more could a girl need… well, maybe a hot boyfriend, expensive restaurants, shopping – who says women are demanding!
    Anyway, I’m definitely trying this one-if only for the fun of peeling it off.
    P.s literally cannot wait for I Heart London!!

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