Hi there! Today’s post is my weekly recap. So let me show you what I’ve been up to on my blog this week.
Monday 12 Jun – Gliss Satin Relax Shampoo & Conditioner
Monday’s post was about Gliss’ Satin Relax hair products. Click here to read the post.
Tuesday 13 Jun – I Love… Mango & Papaya products
Tuesday’s post was about I Love…’s Mango & Papaya products. Click here to read the post.
Wednesday 14 Jun – Primark PS… Facial Cleansing Sponges
On Wednesday I reviewed Primark’s Cellulose sponges. Click here to read the post.
Thursday 15 Jun – Nail Of The Day / Nail Art Challenge
Friday 16 Jun – Montagne Jeunesse 7th Heaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off
Thursday’s post was about a recent mani. Click here to read the post.
And Friday’s post was about Montagne Jeunesse’s Black Seaweed Peel-Off mask. Click here to read the post.
This is it for this week. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Hi there! Today’s post is about Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off Face Mask.
This mask promises an ultra deep cleansing experience. So does it work?
The mask is like every other peel-off mask – you apply it, you let it dry, you peel it off, and then you rinse off any residue…
Whilst I found this mask to be OK, I didn’t love it because I didn’t think that it was particularly effective. Unfortunately it made no difference to my skin at all.
In addition, I didn’t love the fragrance. I was expecting it to be spa-like because I remember Superdrug’s seaweed face mask smelled spa-like, but this one smelled rather swamp-like.
I may give this face mask another chance at some point in the future. But this time it didn’t really convince me. But if you’d like to try this mask, it’s usually around £1. Oh, and one more thing… Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off Face Mask is certified cruelty-free. It carries the Leaping Bunny logo, and it’s approved by the Vegetarian Society.