If you havn’t heard of 7th Heaven, then you’ve been missing out! It is the most affordable way to pamper yourself. I mean who doesn’t like a good pamper session now and again. Anyone who is familiar with 7th Heaven will know where they can get their little mitts on these and anyone who doesn’t, they can usually be found in Boots, George Asda and even Primark!
I have seen 7th Heaven around for years and remember my mum using them. 7th Heaven is so popular because of its price being so affordable and the range being so vast. Ranging from mud masks, peel off mask, self-heating masks, exfoliating masks, fabric serum infused masks and fabric clay infused masks. Although the most popular masks in the shops are the mud, peel-off and self-heating. 7th Heaven offers a fun way to pamper with so many masks created using sugestives names such as, Chocolate, Creamy Coconut, Pineapple, Black Seaweed, Banana and Honey and Coffee Mocha, who would say no to all those names?
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of meeting two 7th Heaven representatives at the Blogosphere Christmas event, who informed me of a new range they are adding to their spa collection, a glove, finger and sock masks to add to the indulgence. 7th Heaven ALSO graced me with a goody bag full of facial and hair mask (thank you very much!)
At a risk of sounding biased, I love the whole range. The Pawpaw and Cucumber peel-off work a dream and do work at pulling off any dry dead skin (that may have been lingering around, urgh and the best part IS peeling it off) Each 7th Heaven packet consist of more than enough product inside to do your face twice over (though I would recommend using once opened) The same goes for the Blemish Mud which is equally generous and creamy in texture. I love using 7th Heaven as it makes me feel pampered and refreshed, one use of 7th Heaven and you WILL keep going back for more!
Cucumber Peel – Off
Paw Paw Peel – Off
Have you tried any of the 7th Heaven range? I would love to know, leave me a comment below : )