Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud Review
Some of us have great skin, while some of us have the tolerable ones. Mine, somehow, is the latter. Yes, I have that skin that has large pores and to add up, a dry/oily combination skin. Because of this, it was a constant battle with acne and at the same time, being protective of not drying my skin. Thus, I’ve tried to come up with a simple routine to cater my skin’s needs: control oiliness, fight acne, and don’t hydrate the dry areas.
I’ve read and have gotten different advices that due to my large pores, I have to use a facial mask at least twice a week. No promises, but I try whenever I could. One of the mask I’ve recently tried is the Organic 7th Heaven Miracle
Mud Spa Facial Mask which I bought at Carre Four for around 7 AED. How good of a deal is that?
What the product claims:
Why is Organic 7th Heaven special? Because it’s crammed with 7 ORGANIC seaweed and herbs! First, we harvested the oceans of the world to gather a collection of three varieties of seaweed and dead sea mud. Back on land, we combined them with organic aloe vera, yarrow and elderflower creating an amazing mask to cleanse and moisturize skin like a miracle.
Direction for use:
Cleanse face with clean warm water. Apply to face. Avoid delicate area. Relax for 15-20 minutes or until dry. Rinse off with tepid water and pat skin dry.
Some of the Key Recipe Ingredients:
Aloe Vera, Dead Sea Mud, Orange, Purified Water, Knotted Wrack, Kelp, Seaweed, Yarrow, Elderflower, Camomile, Cedarwood, Lavender, Rosemary, Sunflower, Iron Oxide.
My Experience with Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud :
Before using this product, I made it a point to scrub my face right after washing it. Our skin needs total cleaning (not just from dust nor dirt) which includes the removal of dead skin cells. Removing of dead skin cells helps our skin absorb better what we put on our face. Once the face has been thoroughly cleansed, it was time to put the mask on. Masks somehow help our skin tighten up, closes (though in reality, just minimize the appearance of the pores) our open pores after cleanse.
So, what I’ve noticed about the product while I putting it on my face was that it smelled a bit of a menthol. I’m really not a fan of that, but it’s all good. Next, I’ve noticed that the mask’s texture isn’t made of pure liquid. There are some small bits of pieces or something. At first I thought it was just the earlier dried mud on my hand that I’ve probably combined with the mud I was using and mistakenly mixed it. But no, it wasn’t. My instinct is correct – it’s part of the product. I wasn’t sure though of what it is, it could be one of the key recipe ingredients.
Moving on, while my whole face was covered with mud, I instantly noticed how my skin feels a bit more tight that usual. In around 15 minutes time, my mud has finally dried and it was time to rinse it off!
What I noticed right after I completely cleansed my face was that my face was glowing – no hind of dryness or extreme oiliness, even though I haven’t put my daily facial regimen. I feel like my skin has really been well moisturized.
What I like about Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud:
- Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud is cheap, a small pack could be used twice and has only cost less than 7 AED.
- It was easy to use and easy to remove.
- Has given my face that instant glow right after I’ve removed the mask.
- I’ve instantly noticed that indeed, my pores look a bit smaller.
- I hadn’t noticed any side reactions in my face, nor itchiness nor allergies.
- No breakouts.
What I do not like about Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud:
- An hour or two after using the Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud, my face became really oily (and it felt sticky too).
- I wasn’t a big fan of the scent in this product. I just wish it smelled fruity.
- Up to two days after, I am not completely sure, but somehow my face got a bit oilier than it was a week before trying out this product.
- The moisturizing part (which then pertained to making parts of my face oilier) somehow scares me. I tried to use this product to minimize my pores and not to become oilier especially on unwanted areas.
Would I still use this product again?
Yes. I still have the other half to use, so I’m going to use it. I’ll try then and find a way to keep track of the excess oil attributed to this. But, I probably would try their other variants instead.
Would I recommend this product?
Yes. But, I would recommend Organic 7th Heaven Miracle Mud to those who have “a bit dry to excessively dry skin.”
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