Masking with Bliss

A while ago I picked up two face masks from the newly revamped Bliss brand available at Target.

The two I decided to try were the What a Melon and In the Honey. After always using masks that are upwards of $40+ usually, a mask that came in under $15 was automatically a win in my book, and even better if my skin loved them.

When I purchased both I thought they could both be potential dupes for the Farmacy Honey Potion mask and the Glow Recipe Overnight Watermelon mask. And while they have basic similarities, both are completely different from their dupe counterparts.

Starting with the What a Melon overnight mask, the mask is heavily scented when you first put it on and in the tub, so if you’re sensitive to fragrance, maybe this isn’t your mask. That being said the scent did disappear rather quickly.

 

Leaving it on overnight when I slept, I woke up with a little glow and slight overall brightness. As for the In the Honey mask, this mask was hydrating and calming, but not as hydrating at it’s “dupe” the Farmacy Honey Potion.

Basically if you don’t have the money to spend on the Glow Recipe Overnight Watermelon mask or the Farmacy Honey Potion but still want to treat yourself, try these out. But they don’t pack as much of a punch as their higher price tag twins.

I definitely prefer the watermelon bliss mask over the honey but I do have oilier skin and hydration isn’t necessarily my #1 priority.

xx,

Chandler