7th Heaven Charcoal Detox Bubble Mask - Review

Thought it was time I tried out the 7th Heaven Charcoal Detox Bubble Mask and let you know my thoughts on it!

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I was lucky enough to be sent this mask in a Spring Beauty Box thanks to Farleyco Beauty last month, if you are interested to see what else I received you can find that post here. If you want to read my thoughts on the 7th Heaven Charcoal Detox Bubble Mask, keep reading.

A quick peek at the instructions for using the mask.

A quick peek at the instructions for using the mask.

The instructions on the back of the mask are as follows -

Thoroughly wash and dry face.

Before opening rub the sachet to ‘wake-up’ bubbles, use immediately.

Apply and smooth out creases.

Relax for 5-10 minutes them remove.

Massage any bubbles on face them rinse off.

As you can see from the above photos, it does bubble up quite a bit! I found that the 7th Heaven Charcoal Detox Bubble Mask fit my face fairly well, it wasn’t so big that it went into my hair at all, it did wrap bit around my chin area though. When I took the mask out of the package it was a little hard to unfold it, it was really slimy! While I was wearing the mask I could slightly feel the bubbles, not as much as the Sephora Bubble Mask I liked, but I could feel a bit of tickling on my face. After the recommended 10 minutes on my face I removed the mask and massaged in the leftover serum and it foamed up some more. After I rinsed the last of the mask off my face felt clean, if just a tad dry. I simply followed up with my regular skincare and my face felt fine afterwards. The next day I did notice that my pores seemed cleaner, and my face felt smoother.

While I did like this mask, it isn’t the replacement for the Sephora mask I liked. I do also have a bubble mask from Glam Glow to try so I will let you know how the 2 compare once I try it out.

Have you ever tried a sheet bubble mask? Did you like it?

PR Sample, but all thoughts are my own.