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Unless you've been under a rock (and by that we mean not on Supergreat) you know that we launched Bliss' Glow & Hydrate Day Serum and Renew and Smooth Night Serum. Before that we shipped out hundreds of their What a Melon Toners and moisturizers—so you wouldn't be wrong in thinking that we are big Bliss stans.
Founder Marcia Kilgore had her start in skincare by giving her friends facials in her East Village apartment. She opened her first spa in Soho called 'Let's Face It!' in 1993, renting a second larger location only three years later, which would become the first Bliss spa. Her facilities have since been credited as the catalyst for the 1990's spa boom, attracting celebrity clients like Oprah Winfrey, J. Lo, and Madonna. In 1999, luxury products group LVMH (which also owns beauty brands including Benefit, Fenty Beauty, Marc Jacobs Beauty, Make Up Forever, Fresh, and more) acquired a majority stake in Bliss spa for $30 million. This deal was more than a big...deal; it was LVMH’s first North American acquisition.
Today, you can do your own Bliss spa treatments at home, and judging from the hundreds of reviews of their products on the app, you guys are just as big stans as we are. We’ve rounded up your reviews and these are the five best Bliss skincare products, according to your reviews.
Now that you know the ranking, keep scrolling to read about the ingredients in each products and watch some informative reviews from our Supergreat community.
Get healthy, glowing skin with Bliss’ Glow & Hydrate Day Serum. This $22 serum contains niacinamide to diminish dullness, blemishes, and the appearance of pores. It is also formulated with holy grail ingredient hyaluronic acid, which Bliss claims holds 1000 times its weight in water to keep skin hydrated and lock in moisture.
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Exfoliate the day way with Bliss’ Renew & Smooth Night Serum. This $25 serum contains glycolic acid to dissolve dead skin cells overnight and reveal softer, smoother skin by morning. Polyhydroxy acid is another gentle exfoliant that helps the skin retain moisture without any skin irritation.
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After cleansing, refresh your skin with Bliss’ juicy What a Melon Toner. This toner formulated with witch hazel, willow bark, and hyaluronic acid is only $6. Our SGers especially love the pump on this product that makes it easy to soak reusable cotton pads without having to tip the product or spill it all over the counter.
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Shine bright like a diamond with Bliss’ Bright Idea Vitamin C Serum. This $27 spa-grade serum contains Bliss’ highest concentration of vitamin C, which firms, brightens, and diminishes dark spots while tri-peptide boosts skin’s elasticity.
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Great for combination skin, this $20 What a Melon Water Jelly Hydrator by Bliss smells like a freshly sliced watermelon. This jelly product turns to a water consistency on contact so it sinks into the skin easily. This moisturizer also works well as a primer for flawless makeup application.
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Do you agree with the top 5? What products from Bliss make your skin feel blissfully refreshed? Add your review below and the ranks may change!
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