Brand spanking new launches from Bliss Spa

Those of you in United States may have already seen these products from Bliss. In fact, the Bliss Triple Oxygen + C Energizing Cream has just been launched for a couple of weeks but is already said to be a best seller, with more than 1,000 tubs sold a week or one tub sold every 5 minutes! However, locals in Singapore will have to wait till April to get their hands on the Bliss Triple Oxygen + C Energizing Cream that will retail at S$80.

Anyway, I received these products as part of a media launch organized by Bliss last week to introduce some of their new launches but I haven’t tried them yet. Given that I prefer to use natural facial products, I might just give this away in my forthcoming VivaBella Giveaway to a lucky reader. Well, stay tuned to find out k?

Oxygen and vitamin C to recharge dull skin
The reason why Bliss Triple Oxygen + C Energizing Cream is such a hot item now is because this is a lightweight gel-cream that is formulated with a trio of oxygen ingredients and an advanced form of vitamin C to revive fatigued, sallow, stressed skin and give it that just-stepped-out-of-the-shower sheen. The unique pairing of Oxygen, which helps to support cell respiration and super-powered form of Vitamin C, which reinforces collagen synthesis, helps the skin rebound from external and internal stresses, improves skin hydration, and breathes new life into lackluster complexions.

Three new blissful services
Besides the products, other new services unveiled at the media launch included:

bliss the ginger rub ($195, 120mins)
A massage legend in its own time. Boasts a brisk rub of freshly-grated ginger root and warm detoxifying essential oils, a cozy warming foil wrap, a 20-minute soak and a 100-minute body-melting massage

The double choc pedicure (60 min, $75)
A chocolate fete for your feet. This sweet treatment includes a hot chocolate milk skin-smoothing soak, a shin-sloughing sugar scrub, and all the prerequisites of a perfect pedicure – with a supremely creamy chocolate treat served on the side.

The new ʻpediʼ colada (60 min, $75)
A tropical treatment that includes a pineapple-infused coconut milk soak, a shredded coconut scrub, a soothing massage, and a beach-worthy polish—while you sip a virgin piña colada.

Four treatment rooms to put you on cloud 9
I didn’t get to try these services but you can read a review of my recent nail pampering session at Bliss to get an idea of their quality.  And you maybe interested to know that some of these treatments are performed at their four treatment rooms hidden from the public eye.  Very “secluded” for some serious skin and body regeneration activities!

I think it would really be nice getting pampered in one of these rooms and then looking up at the blue ceiling. No wonder they say their treatments will put us on cloud 9!

Bliss Spa is located inside Sephora at ION Orchard. Call 6509 3511 for appointment or book online.


  1. CT says:

    The place looks really nice. How I wish I can take nap now.

  2. sesame says:

    Haha…the colors have that soothing and calming effect don’t they?

  3. pf1123 says:

    Wow! That looks nice!

    Btw, I saw Toni & Guy products on Watsons shelf yesterday. The dry shampoo is S$10.90 instead of the $7.90 I told you about. Bought a can but not used yet.

  4. Soos says:

    I have not had a full facial since I was pregnant. And my son is 24! I would want to be in a private treatment room. As for the oxygen+C cream, I’d get a sample from Sephora before buying it. I’ve found some good things that way.

  5. Natalja says:

    The product sounds very good. However I am just wondering why it is so expensive? (That’s from the manufacturer’s point of view). Any chance to see the list of ingredients?

  6. fwy says:

    Taiwan’s brand My Beauty Diary Mask is now selling at Guardian Pharmacy for a box of ten. Not sure what is the retail price though.

  7. pf1123 says:

    I didn’t think that the price is expensive. In fact, I think its rather ok, like normal counter brand products.

    I’ve seen ridiculous pricing at Sephora…like a Bliss shower gel for S$60+.

  8. Justina says:

    Cant wait for the giveaway!

  9. sesame says:

    Ah I saw the Toni & Guy one too. But it’s in spray form which I find difficult to use. The Klorane one I use allows me to spray the powder on my hair and it’s easier to brush the powder that way.

  10. sesame says:

    Yeah, it’s great to get a sample to try first as that would help us determine if we like the product or if it’s suitable for our skin.

  11. sesame says:

    The ingredients are these:
    water (aqua), butylene glycol, C12-13 alkyl lactate, glycerin, cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, ascorbyl tetraisopalmitate, squalane, macadamia ternifolia seed oil, tocopherol, cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone crosspolymer, phenoxyethanol, sodium polyacrylate, sodium hydroxide, acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, potassium cetyl phosphate, ethylhexylglycerin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, salicornia herbacea extract, disodium EDTA, ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol manganese chloride, sodium PCA, xanthan gum, tocopheryl acetate, hydrolyzed soy protein, sorbic acid, sodium benzotriazolyl butylphenol sulfonate, tributyl citrate, buteth-3, fragrance (parfum), perfluorohexane, citral, perfluoroperhydrophenanthrene, perfluorodecalin, limonene, perfluorodimethylcyclohexane, retinyl palmitate, vitis vinifera (grape) seed extract, linalool, yellow 6 (CI 15985), red 33 (CI 17200)

    I think the price point is also tied to the branding and where it’s distributed.

  12. sesame says:

    I think it’s $20 for a box of 10 or something?

  13. sesame says:

    I think prices are relative…depends on the individual’s perception of the quality, which is tied to the branding. I consider bliss quite an upmarket sort of brand, especially where it is distributed. Maybe at first glance, it looks like the price is in US$. It’s S$80 here but US$54 there.

  14. sesame says:

    Very soon! But there is a little catch to the giveaway this time so must read the guidelines carefully. ?

  15. pf1123 says:

    I tried the dry shampoo today. Very difficult to spray evenly. Overall is ok. My scalp doesn’t itch that much. But I don’t have the clean feeling. Do I need to start using clarifying shampoos?

  16. sesame says:

    I don’t know about the clean feeling. It’ll get rid of the greasiness though…

    Your shampoo should be able to wash off the powder so no need for special ones unless you feel your hair has some product buildup overtime.

  17. pf1123 says:

    Yes. No greasy feeling. Thanks!

  18. crystal says:

    OH what bliss. Haha! I’m seeing a lot of stuff with “VITAMIN C + OXYGEN!” New craze (in addition to the promegrante).

  19. sesame says:

    Yeah, some new buzz words now.

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