Sunday, 9 August 2015

7th Heaven Pineapple Peel Off Face Mask

Happy Sunday! 

Over a few weeks now I have been trying out a new facemask from 7th Heaven formally known as Montagne Jeunesse. Along with the name change they have released a new facemask to their range ,the pineapple peel off mask. 

When it comes to facemask's I normally pick out clay based ones as they are my go to for making my skin feel 
amazing. I was very curious about trying the peel off mask and how it would work on my skin. 
This face mask is designed for all skin types, with fruit enzymes to peel away dead skin cells.


"We've pulped tropical pineapple and papaya to harness their natural juicy powers. 
Fruit enzymes in our face mask peel away dead cells for a smooth, glowing complexion"



First you cleanse your skin to remove make up and/or dirt and sweat from your skin. 
Then you apply the mask, the sachet's were easy to open and the yellow mask was easy to apply. 
As it is a clear yellow colour, you have to double check you applied it evenly on your face though. 
Then it's time to put your head back and relax for 20/25 minutes, I chose to have a bath while I had this on as a way to relax, distress and to prevent me from wanting to peel the mask off too soon. 

I didn't get on with this mask as well as I had hoped though in the sense that after 25 mins the mask was still not dry enough to be peeled off and then when it was I had the issue of finding that the masks didn't come off in one go like I had hoped they would. I also found that they got stuck and were sticky around my hairline. 

But other than that once I was able to get it all off my skin did feel much smoother and more nourished. 
I used the masks for three weeks in a row and used them alongside my own moisturizer after to give my skin a
soft and smooth looking glow.

2 comments:

  1. Can imagine it smelling divine whilst using it and good to hear that your skin felt soft afterwards x

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