7th Heaven – Finger Masques

November 28, 2016

Spa Therapy for your nails & cuticles

7th Heaven are Montagne Jeunesse who I know from their face masques.  They have a very fun website which you should check out.  They also have a useful timer on the website so you can read your favourite blogs whilst your masque does it work.
There products are approved by the Vegetarian Society and cruelty free – yeh to that!

This pack came to me courtesy of my You Beauty November Beauty Box .  I had never heard of them before so was very  excited to try them out.

I like to keep my nails fairly long,  and to keep them strong they need moisture.  As you will see from the pictures later in the post they are on the yellow side so 90% of the time they are painted – but when I feel I can I have a nail varnish holiday and go polish free and and let them ‘breathe’.   Of course you can and should still apply hand and nail products when nails are painted but bare nails will drink in the moisture and longterm they will thank you for it  – ie. less breaks/flakes/splits.

Out of the packet – 10 individual pockets

Each pocket/masques contains Argan and Macadamia oils plus pomegranate.
I washed my hands first and applied a light hand cream and then popped a masque on each finger. The instructions say leave on for 15 mins, I didn’t check the time but I think I left them on for the right time.
Each hands worth (5) are joined together but have perforated edges so they separate.

During treatment – fingers still work!

15 minutes or so  laterr I removed them and was impressed with the results.  I massaged the remaining product into each nail, concentrating on the nail bed as I feel this stimulates growth.

After – smoother and moisturised nails 🙂

I am going to resist applying any polish today.  My nails feel lovely and soft and stroke-able (if that is such a word?), my cuticles feel really nourished too.  The better the general condition of your nails the better your manicure will last.

A big Thumbs up from BeautyBoo44!

I have never tried anything like these  before and am very impressed, these will be something I would purchase again and they will make great gifts – looks like they are in Primark too.



  • Reply
    November 28, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    I really am inspired to try these I have really dry nails which have never recovered from years of acrylics so these might be good. I will have to investigate Primark. Thank you for a fab review!!

    • Reply
      November 28, 2016 at 5:23 pm

      they are good – and you could use them more than once.

  • Reply
    Sharon Rees-Williams
    November 28, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    These look fun 🙂

    • Reply
      November 28, 2016 at 5:22 pm

      yeh they are especially when you have a sharpie handy! x

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