7 wonders face mask review

I first heard of the 7 Wonders mask from a co-worker. I told her how luminous her skin looked and she told me about this mask she found at Anthropologie. Lucky for me, I was headed there that weekend!

The 7 wonders mask is sold at a variety of places. The most popular are Free People and Anthropologie for $6 each. It is made by Leaders Cosmetics, which I am pretty sure is a Korean brand.

I purchased the Mediterranean Olive brightening mask & was immediately in love. When applying, I like to rub the mask in a circular motion into my face so it really sticks. After 20-25 minutes remove the mask & rub the serum in. Let it sink into your skin. It feels soooo good. It is made of pure Coconut Bio Cellulose & drenched in a full bottle of botanical extract-packed serum.

I have pretty combination skin, but more dry than oily. So this will feel really good if your skin is on the dry side. It gets rid of the redness as well as plumps your face (who doesn’t want that!?). The packaging says it brightens dull and tired skin, improves uneven skin tone, & minimizes dark spots. I like to do it at night when I’m relaxing after a long day.

Pro tip: because there is so much serum, you’ll have a bunch leftover in the packet. I always keep it and use it for later.

They have other kinds said to be from the most exotic regions of the world that do a variety of other skin remedies:
Amazonian Acai Anti-Polution Mask
Kalahari Melon Moisturizing
Tundra Cranberry Anti-Aging
Caribbean Coconut Calming
Himalayan Camellia Pore Minimizing

Now here’s another trick: look on Amazon for cheaper prices or value packs if you love them. A pack of 10 for $15!!!! What? Thats a way better deal! That adds up to $1.50 a mask. They also sent me two extra bonus masks.

I hope you love them too if you decide to purchase!

PS- This is a completely unbiased review. I don’t have that many followers to get sent anything yet 🙂

xo ali


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