Get Holiday Ready For Only £1: Complete Top To Toe Care With 7th Heaven Treats

The brightly coloured packs of Montagne Jeunesse face masks undoubtedly summed up my teenage years, much like a huge proportion of the female population. Their sweet smelling concoctions made me feel like a total princess, introducing me to skincare in a completely new way; for nearly twenty years I’ve been indulging in a regular face mask and it’s not a habit I’m going to break any time soon. The brand we know and love hasn’t changed much over the years, but 2015 has provided a turning point and opportunity to re-launch to a whole new generation of women. Now relaunched  as ‘7th Heaven,’ the face mask experts are celebrating their 30th birthday with a whole new range of beauty treatments that ensure you can feel preened and pampered from top to toe. Including hair treatments, face masks, foot creams and gentle exfoliators, there’s never been a better excuse to indulge this holiday season – especially when it only costs you a quid!

Not only do 7th Heaven’s products include natural ingredients that nurture the body, but they’ve been cruelty free and eco friendly from the very first day of business. From campaigning to ‘save the seals’ and investing in wind turbines, to ensuring their HQ is as energy efficient as possible and making every effort to reduce their carbon footprint, there’s so much more to 7th Heaven than brightly coloured  packs. Always at the forefront of product innovation, 7th Heaven is constantly researching and utilizing the latest ‘wonder’ ingredients, incorporating them into its seriously affordable and easy to use hair, skin and foot care products. You would assume that a pound wouldn’t get you very far, but they’re proof that you don’t need to spend a fortune to get a touch of truly effective skincare.

As we step into summer, 7th Heaven provide a great way to get holiday ready from the top of your head to the tips of your toes. Not only can you prep before you jet off so you feel and look great, but with handy each sachet being less than 100ml, the range is perfect for slipping in to your luggage when traveling too. The hot summer sun, chemical saturated swimming pools and sandy beaches can play havoc with our bodies, so it’s even more important than ever to look after ourselves. Here are four of my favourite 7th Heaven masks and treatments that I’ve handpicked to suit the needs of our bodies while on holiday; although you can of course use them all year round, they make taking care of yourself while away easy as pie.

Hair: Manuka Honey Rescue Masque
Manuka Honey is one of nature’s richest
antimicrobial sources, helping to soothe and restore the surface of
skin, so it makes total sense to harness its benefits for hair too. Nourishing Abyssinian Oil, rich in Omega 3, joins forces with this powerful ingredient to deliver nutrition to the roots of damaged hair in this rich, velvety mask. It revives tired roots while adding a touch of shine, making it perfect for a pre or post holiday treat.

Face: Coffee Mocha Mud Masque
Ground Coffee Beans are whipped together with nourishing Macadamia Oil and Kaolin Clay to lightly exfoliate and cleanse the skin in this deliciously scented mask. Not only will it gently remove dead skin cells and help reduce the appearance of pores, but it leaves skin feeling soft and uplifted. It’s a great mid week treat, but will also provide a great boost when you’ve been out in the sun all day and your skin is a little parched; rehydrate and treat yourself simultaneously.

Feet: Foot Soak & Lotion Treatment
Part of the brand new 7th Heaven range, invigorating juiced pink grapefruit and soothing mint are combined to provide a little TLC for feet. Start off with the foot soak to revive tired feet after a long day sight seeing, finishing off with a little massage to soothe away any aches and pains. Crushed zinc salt extracts will help eliminate any nasty odours that may have built up, while chopped spearmint will leave feet feeling refreshed.

I know I’ll be slipping a stash of these into my suitcase when I fly off to Florida, as well as relying on them to provide a little boost when I need it most. Thanks to 7th Heaven, they’ve got you covered from top to toe… We want to give five lucky readers the chance to indulge in a little ‘me time’ this summer, so we’re giving away five bumper packs of all the 7th Heaven goodies you need to pamper yourself from top to toe. If you want to be in with a chance of winning, just enter via the widget below!

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7th Heaven is available from Superdrug, Primark, ASDA, Boots and tonnes more retailers – priced from £1.00 per pack. See the full range online here. Follow them on Twitter & Instagram: @ILove7thHeaven

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  1. Pam Scalfi
    August 5, 2015 / 11:52 am

    entered 🙂 Love their products, and the foot lotion sounds like what I need :)Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

  2. Rachel Griffiths
    August 5, 2015 / 12:02 pm

    Love the facemasks, really want to try the foot lotion! x

  3. Heather Nixon
    August 5, 2015 / 12:39 pm

    I had no idea they had changed their name! I used to love these as a teen xHeather | Of Beauty & Nothingness x

  4. Courtney Williamson
    August 5, 2015 / 1:10 pm

    I love their face masks and I love how much they're expanding their range.– // xo

  5. Anonymous
    August 5, 2015 / 7:04 pm

    I'd never even thought about using a mask on your hands or feet! I'm so glad that there are specific masks for them. I used to use these so much in my early teens, and it's lovely that they're still about. I've entered this because I want to relive my love for these masks.Sophie x | Essential Twenty

  6. sampan_27
    September 3, 2015 / 3:25 pm

    I only recently used one of these, but it was so great! I loved the peel off one, as I has a little too much fun peeling it at the end. My skin felt great, so these will be perfect for Florida :)

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