Give the gift of pampering this holiday season with 7th Heaven face masks one you can choose from is Hot Spring Sauna Masque Volcanic Minerals is self-warming to open the pores for a deep cleanse, exfoliating bamboo to gently polish and remove dead cells leaving skin sparkling. Have nutrients of feisty volcanic spring minerals, chopped ginger, and pumpkin. Passion Peel Off is gentler and more effective than scrubs while leaving skin incredibly purified and smooth using pulped pomegranate, passion flower, raspberry, grape, cranberry and Vitamin E which contains antioxidants that help protect skin, while pores and dead cells get a deep cleaning. Chocolate Mud Masque is a daily cleanser to keep skin super clean and less prone to blemishes and uneven skin tone made with Belgian chocolate blended with creamed cocoa butter and crushed cocoa beans with ultra-moisturizing shea butter to leave skin silky soft and deeply cleansed.
Creamy Coconut can be used weekly to keep skin super clean and less prone to blemishes and uneven skin tone made with fresh coconut water; some of the tropical treats inside are shea butter which is super soothing. The last one is for men which is Spearmint Deep Pore Cleansing Peel-Off gently scrubs and exfoliates your skin leaving it purified and smooth to dig our dirt deep in the pores using sea salt and a zing of natural spearmint which leaves a smoother, clearer complexion.
My Opinion: I like these masks as they smell good and when you take them off your skin looks so much better than before when you put them on rather it removes all the dead skin or gives your natural glow on your cheeks and face. These are perfect stocking stuffers this for this Christmas for men or women.
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