Feel Unique – part 2 – 6 masks to try

So, on Tuesday I posted part one of my Feel Unique order, and today it’s time for part two!

For anyone who didn’t read part one – I have only just discovered the Feel Unique site, which sells a wide range of make-up and skincare products, often at better prices than you’ll find them elsewhere.

Feel Unique has a special promotion for inviting new people to join. You can get £10 off your first order by going onto the site using my affiliate link. This offer is open to new customers only, and the minimum spend is £30. So basically you can get £30 of products for £20. This is an affiliate link, so I also get a reward – in this case it’s £10 worth of products, which I will use to buy new things to test out on Unseen Beauty. However I only promote things that I enjoy, and I was very happy with the service I received from Feel Unique.

Let’s look at the masks!

I’d already had a couple of things from 7th Heaven in my Latest in Beauty box, and I was impressed with them. My first venture into glove masks didn’t go well, because it was basically a pair of very thin, porous gloves, oozing with product, that you then needed to wrestle into flimsy plastic gloves and tie up, all whilst getting covered in the stuff. That wasn’t fun. But the ones I’d had from 7th Heaven were better because you got either a strip with five inserts for fingers, or a pair of gloves, with the product only on the inside.

As I had been pleased with the finger and the glove masks, I decided to see what else was available for me to try. I noticed that they do a lot of mud masks, which really aren’t my thing, but I ended up ordering two packs of masks. One contained three hair masks, and the other contained a glove mask, a sock mask and a finger mask.

I know that my hands and feet are on the smaller side, so I wasn’t surprised when both of them were a bit big for me. However it wasn’t a problem. If they did a smaller foot one, I would choose that, but it seems they only do one size, which is ok. The foot one is like a sock, and similar to the hand mask, the product is inside. I think there is enough product in both, and my hands and feet were softer after using them.

The finger masks are just for your finger tips and cuticles. I would say the hand and foot masks are more comfortable to wear, but the finger mask is fine if you just want to concentrate on the area around the nail.

In the hair mask pack (on the site known as hair therapy pack), you get 3 hair rescue masks – pulped papaya, Manuka honey, and coconut. I’ve only tried the papaya one so far, but I was pleased with it. I don’t have a particular problem, but I like to give my hair a treat a couple of times a month, and anything that promises extra shine, a volume boost, or stronger, healthier hair can’t be bad! Also, as someone with very long hair, I was pleased that there was enough to go round – something that isn’t always true of single-use masks. It just smelled of papaya, so no chemical hair product smell! Afterwards my hair was soft and silky!

Have you tried any of these masks? Are there others that you would recommend? Let me know in the comments!

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