Bliss’ latest, Mask A-‘Peel’ is everything, friends. Don’t be put off by its ramen-cup packaging, i.e., a tub containing dry powder. You have to add water to the line in the tub, mix, and then spread the goop all over your face. The rubberizing mask is then left on your skin for about ten minutes before it hardens and is removed in a few chunks. I always envisioned that I looked like Tom Cruise in Vanilla Sky (and in the words of Planet Unicorn, me, too, Tom Cruise) when his mask was removed post-surgery where he was absolutely restored. Even though it was his Life Extension reality, which later turned out to be fakakta for a host of other reasons, few things beat that moment of relief when he reveals his old face, perfectly intact.
And don’t be intimidated by the whole “make your own rubber” situation—relax, you won’t even need Tech Support. I like to use my liquid measuring cup (I mean, it’s great that I’m using it for something right? I’ve owned it about a decade and have yet to BAKE something), pretend it’s a beaker, don a lab jacket, empty the contents of the packet into it, use the scoopy to add warm water, mix with one of the enclosed spatulas, start envisioning myself a doctor AND a scientist and thereby start throwing around phrases (to myself) starting with “Medically speaking…” and then apply the mixture to my face. I then stare at my reflection and say “This TOTALLY takes care of Halloween.” Twenty minutes later I peel it off and open my eyes to smoother, better-textured skin. Rock it once per week to infuse vibrancy.
The Bliss Fabulous Mask A-‘Peel’ Mask is available at Blissworld.com.
What do you think, R18 Nation? Will you try this mask? Or will you tell me in another life, when we are both cats?
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