Thursday, April 21, 2016

Green Tea Peel-Off Facial Mask - Review

I received products for review from 7th Heaven.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

Spring is here! Do you have all the essentials for prepping your skin, maintaining it to look your best while out in the warm weather? 7th Heaven offers face masks and other natural skin care products to make your skin look and feel its best, all without breaking the bank.

Treat your skin to a drink of delightful green tea with the newest high performing, all-natural Green Tea Peel-Off Mask, which purifies, tones, and brightens complexions.  It also fights free radicals and removes toxins. The peel-away format makes the mask naturally exfoliating and helps remove dirt, oil and dead skin cells in one 15 - 20 minute session
Here I am wearing the face mask.  As you can see, it's not real noticeable.  It just looks like I have a thin layer of clear glue on my face.

The Green Tea Peel-Off Mask comes in a packet and there's enough in each packet for a one-time use.  The main ingredients in the mask are ginger, lemon, and green tea.   

Before applying the face mask you should first cleanse your face with warm water.  Then you apply a thin layer of the mask over your face and neck.  Because it has a gooey consistency, I have to use my finger to get down into the pouch to get all of it out.  Once the mask is applied, you should let it set on your face for 15-20 minutes.  After applying it to my face, I can feel the formulation take affect.  My skin starts to tighten and feel firmer.  It almost feels like dry, cracked glue. 

I let the mask stay on my skin for approximately 20 minutes, then peel it off.  I'm able to mostly peel off the mask in large layers but there are some areas where I have to gently scratch my skin to get the whole mask off.  I've learned the peeling process works better when you make sure your face is completely covered with the gel to begin with, rather than in big spots. When stripping the mask, it looks like dead skin or a bad sunburn flaking off. Once the mask is completely removed from your face, the final step is to rinse your face with water.

I have dull, damaged skin and wear makeup often so I'm impressed that the peel-off mask makes my skin feel super clean and firm. I can see visual results that are assuring and efficient.


2 comments:

Jerry Marquardt said...

I will be letting my sister in-law know about this when I see her tomorrow. Thanks for the vivid information.

Michelle Elizondo said...

Smells nice I bet.