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Post Festive Season Skincare Pampering ft. Bliss Nd Berry Face Packs in Rose Petals & Orange Peel Off

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Changing weather coupled with festive hype over Diwali leaves my skin dull and de-hydrated. Though, I do increase my water intake for restoring back the moisture of the skin but a little external help doesn’t harm anyone, right? Thus, I take out a bunch of my favourite facial masks which assists in pampering my skin and bringing back its natural lustre. ✨

Recently, I was hovering over my favourite social media platform, which is Instagram, wherein I encountered a brand known as Bliss Nd Berry. Upon interaction, they agreed to send me few of their products for reviewing purposes. If you are wondering if this is a sponsored blog post then that is not the case here. Brand collaborations are a normal part of the blogging community wherein the samples are sent over to bloggers for reviewing. However, a blogger has complete liberty to represent their honest opinions about the product without any biasness. #NotSponsored #JaagoReadersJaago
I highly believe in keeping such information transparent with my audience as it plays an imminent part in the blogging ethics. So next time when you land up at a blog, make sure to notice if the blogger is willingly stating that the post is sponsored or a part of the PR Package. 

With all that enlightenment, let's see what we have today for reviewing on the directory of the Glistening Lane. Today, I will be reviewing two of the face masks which the brand sent over to me. So, without more dilly-dallying, let’s hop onto the review.

Product Packaging:
These face packs from the brand Bliss Nd Berry come in a brown pouch like packaging which has an air tight seal on the top. For taking out the contents, I use a wooden spoon and the face pack goes directly into a ceramic bowl. As the packaging does not include a plastic or glass jar, you can travel easily along with this, without worrying about the product taking a lot of space in your suitcase. These pouches are also fall-resistant plus you won't really be responsible for adding more plastic containers on the surface of the earth. Nonetheless, I was disappointed by the fact that the labels on these pouches lack complete details. For instance, the brand states that the product lasts for 3 months only but nowhere did I find a date which says when was the product manufactured. Also, a complete ingredient list is missing and we only have key ingredients stated. 

Rose Petals Face Pack:
Rich blend of fresh rose petals and oatmeal

Key Ingredients: Rose petals, kaolin clay, colloidal oatmeal and besan.

Directions: Take a tablespoon of the face-pack and mix it with milk or water to form a paste. Apply this paste onto your skin and wash it off with water after a time span of 15-20 minutes. Use it twice a week for optimum results.

Best Before: 3 Months

Net Weight: 75 grams

Price: INR 199

Skincare Benefits of Rose:
Rose is added into a wide array of skincare products as it contains vitamins, minerals as well as antioxidants. It helps in hydrating the skin and catering astringent properties which ultimately help in eradicating acne, irritation and inflammation. It is also infused with anti-ageing properties which supports in minimizing the appearance of fines lines and wrinkles.

My Experience:
To be honest, I am someone who always finds something or the other to do as I am constantly juggling between my professional life and blogging deadlines. Therefore, I tend to reach out towards ready-made face masks which require preparation of no concoction and all you have to do is slather the facial mask after its taken out from the tube/tub packaging. However on weekends, I don't really mind taking out the time to mix different powders and masks in order to form a tailor-made face pack. During those days, I like my freedom of customizing powder face-packs as you can make them using tap water, rose water, lemon juice, aloe vera, honey and milk.

When I first prepared the Rose Petals face pack, I knew its going to help my skin in reducing the inflammation around pimples. That is what actually happened! The face mask came off easily with few splashes of water and it left my skin radiant and glowing. Ingredients like rose petals and oats helped my skin in acquiring back its healthy glow and bidding goodbye to the dry patchy spots. In short, I was impressed to such an extent that I tried the face mask as a powder cleanser as well! 😍

Orange Peel Off Face Pack:
Rich blend of organic orange peels

Key Ingredients: Orange peel, turmeric powder, kaolin clay and almond powder.

Directions: Mix a tablespoon of the mask in hot water or milk. Apply it onto your face and let it dry for 15-20 minutes. After this, slowly peel of the mask to enjoy a radiant skin. Use it 2-3 times a week for getting rid of facial hair, dead skin and tightening of pores.

Best Before: 3 Months

Net Weight: 75 grams

Price: INR 275

Skincare Benefits of Orange:
🔸 Boosts complexion
🔸 Natural oils present in oranges aid in moisturizing the skin
🔸 Draw out impurities from the skin and leaving it with a beautiful healthy glow

My Experience:
I have never ever tried peel off masks in my 24 years of life because I’ve seen my sister using one, several years ago, and the process of peeling looked painful to me. In my first attempt of preparing this face pack, I added warm water and the consistency turned out grainy/molecular like that of a scrub. Assuming that I don’t need to read the label, I tried it the way I thought is right and my skin glowed still! 😂😂 But this got me a little confused and that’s when I contacted the brand and they told me that it’s supposed to be used with hot water instead of warm. In the second attempt, the mixture looked like porridge and I applied it onto my skin to see if it was really a peel off mask. I was so doubtful because I’ve never seen a powdered peel of mask as of yet. After around 20 minutes, my skin began to tighten and the mask was set for me to peel off. I started off by peeling from the chin area, expecting it to remove my facial hair. However, when I peeled off the mask slightly, it turned out too painful for me to handle. I mean, I am kind of sensitive when it comes to my skin which is why I don’t get myself waxed either (TMI). But that’s when I decided I’d remove it with water even if it takes a lot of time. In short, I failed in trying out the mask in the manner it is suppose to be used. Nonetheless, I will share my experience after all the hassle of removing the mask was over because it's not necessary that everyone's skin would be this sensitive as well. The mask left my skin feeling radiant as well as healthy and it appeared as if it worked for closing my pores too. 

TGL Recommends:
I personally really liked these face packs, especially the rose variant because I’m not really into peel off masks; however, I wish to try more of their products!

Please WhatsApp on the number 9626959333 for placing your order. 

That’s all we have for today! I hope this post was helpful for you.
Feel free to drop your views about it in the comments section provided below 😊😊

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  1. Lovely post as usual. Sounds like a good way to pamper yourself with natural ingredients. Will check out the brand.

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