Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask vs Bliss Pumpkin Powerhouse Resurfacing & Exfoliating Enzyme Mask

MK compared the Pumpkin Enzyme Mask to the Pumpkin Powerhouse Resurfacing & Exfoliating Enzyme Mask. Here's what they had to say:

In this dupe-off, we have the Peter Thomas Roth Pumpkin Enzyme Mask vs the Bliss Pumpkin Powerhouse mask. I would love to address the smell of both because the Peter Thomas Roth does smell like pumpkin pie where the Bliss mask has a faint smell of pumpkin but a heavier smell of carrot. Both masks were put to the true test on my skin I must say one did make me say OUCH! My skin is not that sensitive and I thought I could handle just about anything until I met the Peter Thomas Roth mask. This one has finer grains in it and when I gently massaged this mask in, it gave me too much of a tingle. After I did this mask I did notice that my skin was smoother and brighter and a little red. I must warn that this product does contain retinol so you need to use SPF after using this and may air on the side of caution. The Bliss Pumpkin Powerhouse mask has a thicker consistency and a little thicker grit when you apply to the skin. However, when you massage it into the skin it feels gentle, unlike the Peter Thomas Roth mask. Now the mask does smell a lot like carrot but don't let that fool you. I will say that this mask did not burn my skin or give me a heavy tingle like the Peter Thomas Roth. My skin was not red afterward but was still silky smooth. So sure you get 5oz in the Peter Thomas Roth for $60 and $15 for 1.7oz in the Bliss mask but you must ask yourself is the pain for the money and possible irritation. Both masks the following day did leave my skin a little dry however that did change in a day or so after all the dead skin started peeling off.

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