I remember when I first discovered Montagne Jennesse / 7th Heaven Face Masks’ once upon a time when I was a rebellious teenager. I would buy one every week out of my pocket money, picking a different one each time. ❤
Somewhere along the line, as I got older and started trying out different skincare regimes – I stopped doing my weekly ‘Pamper Sesh’, where I would put a face mask on, some sliced cucumbers on my eyes and chill out in my bedroom listening to Britney Spears on the radio. Those were the days. 😂
I saw the masks again while out shopping today and I thought I’d have a blast from the past and start my ‘Pamper Sesh’ back up again – minus the Britney this time round!
I’ve stocked up on loads of face masks to try out but the first mask I’m going to review is the luxurious ‘Creamy Coconut’ one, which is for tired and dry looking skin. I suppose it would work well on oily / combination skin too.
I decided to try the Creamy Coconut mask out first because I just love coconut. Coconut products have always been a god-send for my skin, especially for treating my psoriasis.
When I first applied it, the mask had a cream like consistency that gradually hardened and dried a little. The dried effect was nothing like that of a clay mask, which I’m not happy about. I really love it when you can’t move your face or smile or frown when wearing a clay mask…. I’m so weird!
The scent of the mask is beautiful as you can imagine. It filled the room with a potent coconut smell and my boyfriend asked why he could smell coconuts all over the house. Ha. DUH.
It is recommended to leave the face mask on for 15 minutes but as I was far too busy chillin’ – I left mine on for about an hour.
Warm water removed it effortlessy and after patting dry, my skin was noticeably smoother and softer to touch as well as being a little bit brighter than beforehand.
I’m definitely going to add the Creamy Coconut mask to my beauty regime. #LOVE ❤
The Creamy Coconut Face Mask is not only filled with pulped coconut but shea butter and ground cocoa too. Packing pure goodness!
My favourite thing about 7th Heaven’s Face Masks’ is that they have not been tested on animals. PETA have also certified that the face masks have been made cruelty free!
I like. 👌
7th Heaven Face Masks are in 15 ml sachets and you could probably get about 2-3 applications from one sachet, all depending how much you apply.
The face masks also do what they claim to. My skin is much more rehydrated and happier now after only one use. The zombie complexion has lessened!
What’s Not Good
I’ve got no complaints! All gravy baby! 👌
Where To Buy
You can buy them everywhere; Asda, Superdrug, Boots, Home & Bargains as well as 7th Heavens’ website – here.
I got mine for about £1 each I think. If you’re not from the UK – unlucky you! I’ve heard they are much dearer to buy in Australia and the USA, costing $6 or more which is madness! I suppose we are good for something, eh! 😊
I nearly forgot to mention – after having a browse on their website I noticed that face masks are not the only products made by 7th Heaven, they also do hair masks, men’s face masks, scrubs and soap amongst other things. I really can’t wait to try out the ‘Dead Sea Salt Bust Firming Gel’ (not that I need it – the girls are firm – said the liar 😉) as well as the ‘Peach Oil Cleansing Soap’. LUSH 😍
What’s your favourite 7th Heaven Face Mask girl’s? Which one shall I try next? 😘
Are there blogging gals that have tried any of the other products? Feel free to pop your ‘review links’ below so I can have a read… ❤