One of my favourite masks from 7th Heaven, formally known as Montagne Jeunesse, is the Passion Peel Off Mask.
There’s just something so satisfying about having to peel the face mask away from the skin. Go on, admit it, I’m not alone in thinking this am I?
Within the formula, the Passion Peel Off Mask contains pulped Pomegranate, Passion Flower, Raspberry, Grape, Cranberry and Vitamin E. These are antioxidants that help to protect the skin from free radicals.
The peel off element of the mask is design to give the pores a clean and to remove the dead skin cells from the surface of the skin.
The mask is really easy to use as it comes out as a thick, slightly sticky gel. To apply, simply smooth onto the skin in a thin but even layer (try to get it to all join up so that you can try to peel it off in one go… not that this makes any difference to the way that the mask works but its certainly fun!).
After about 20 mins, the mask sets and you simply peel back a corner and gently peel it off. The mask comes away from the skin fairly easily as although it has set, it hasn’t set to the point where it makes you skin feel dry or tight.
I find that this mask is good for brightening my skin as it does a great job at peeling away the dead skin cells. This leaves my skin looking healthy, clear and brighter.
There are lots of 7th Heaven masks available for lots of different skin types and skin concerns.
They all come in single use sachets like this one which makes them so convenient to use, especially if you’re travelling. Also if you’re someone who likes to use lots of different products, then buying single use sachets means that you wont run the risk of the rest of the pot or tube drying out while you try out other products.
The 7th Heaven Passion Peel Off Mask is available from Boots and it is super affordable.
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