Friday, 14 July 2017

Brand Focus | Celebrating 20 Years Of Dead Sea Mud Masks With 7th Heaven



I have been a huge fan of 7th Heaven Face Masks for years. I think that the brand is so on point and has an amazing range of products available for all different skin types. I love nothing more than a good ol’ pamper session and facemasks are always a key ingredient when it comes to pamper products. 


This year, 7th Heaven is celebrating their 20th anniversary of their Dead Sea Mud Mask*. This is a mineral rich, deep pore cleansing, hard drying mask that is designed for oily skin. This is amazing mask that is ideal for my skin type, as it is great if you’re having a bad skin day and need to unclog pores and really cleanse the skin. 


I find that it works best when it is applied to any troubled areas on freshly cleansed skin and then left to dry. It usually takes around fifteen minutes depending on how much of the mask is applied. What I love about 7th Heaven is that there is plenty of product in each sachet so you can apply a really thick luxurious layer or a couple of thin layers, depending on your preference and skin type. 


 One of my favourite things about 7th Heaven is not only the fact that it is animal cruelty free and vegetarian society approved, but their products are also made of fresh and natural ingredients. The key components of the Dead Sea Mud Mask are pressed lavender, collected seaweed and crushed Dead Sea salt, which are both soothing and nutrient rich. 


7th Heaven have also added a Peel-Off Mask* to the Dead Sea range, which is designed to purify the skin and like the mud mask, recommends that it be used weekly to keep pores feeling cleansed and detoxified. The ingredients are very similar except the lavender has been replaced with pressed chamomile. It is also suggested that this mask is left on for about twenty-five minutes, so it is perfect if you want an excuse for an extra long pamper session. 


Have you tried any products from the 7th Heaven Dead Sea Mud Mask range? 

Madolyn
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