I’m not really sure when I first came across Deborah Mitchell. I know it was on Twitter and probably very soon after I started blogging but what I do remember is that her vibrant, supportive and sunny nature shone through every tweet I read. She’s supportive, inclusive, and generous and despite her worldwide success, she’s never made me feel like an amateur.
Her brand Heaven is an all-natural organic skin-care range that also offers the latest breakthroughs in beauty technology. Deborah has more than 25 years of experience as a therapist and her skincare programs seek to add moisture to the skin plumping out skin cells. Her products also help improve skin conditions and blemishes. She’s won awards and treated celebrities and looks at beauty holistically to get to the root of beauty issues. Her aim is to get your natural beauty to shine through.
So, it’s fair to say that I was pretty keen to know more about the products, of Deborah and Heaven, and to find out whether they are as delightful as their creator. Even though we both seemed to attend the same events we never seemed to manage to meet up and then just recently I got a lovely surprise as I heard that Deborah wanted to send me something to try! So that brings me to the review of Heaven Skincare Divine Cream.
The first thing I liked about it was how it looked. The packaging is a gorgeous delicate pink with a shiny silver top that neatly houses a pump dispenser. Thank goodness, I’m always glad when there is a pump for skin care products and foundation because I know that I’ll get the right amount and that the product will be less prone to being contaminated during use.
So, what about what’s inside? The Divine Cream is rich and the most delicate pink that’s practically white but not quite. It smells so uplifting and contains the (organic) essential oils witch hazel, lavender, mandarin, and orange with a soya oil base. It also contains vitamins A & E and silk protein.
When I put it on (morning and night) it makes my skin feel so comfortable, and it plumps up my skin and keeps it feeling velvety throughout the day. I’m pretty sure that with continued use I’ll see improved firmness and elasticity. With a product name like Divine and a brand name Heaven, it’s pretty hard to find a superlative descriptor that fits the bill – so I’ll just say that this is an exceptional product and that I’m counting my blessings that I found Deborah Mitchell!
You might also have spied a couple of other samples in the top photo and I’ll be giving them a try sometime soon. They are Chamomile Desensitising Hydrogel and Vanilla Pod Hand Cream and I can’t wait!
These products were gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.