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Montagne Jeunesse Face mask Review

Updated on February 4, 2014

Montagne Jeunesse Face mask Reviews

Im sure most of you have used or seen the face masks in this range. Theyre available literally everywhere and are cheap, cheerful and the best part is that they all work.

Natural skin care and face masks for the perfect pamper experience. All of thei products are suitable for vegetarians and we never, ever test on animals.

Whether you enjoy looking after your skin, being pampered or indulging in some me-time, be it alone or with friends, they Face Masks are perfect. These facemasks are amazing and I would definitely recommend the range, I get two uses out of each one so they are a bargain and would be perfect for a girly night.

In this Lens I will review all the Face Masks in the Montagne Jeunesse Range. My aim is to try them all (what fun).

Keep coming back as I will update as I try new ones :)


Verry Berry Montagne Jeunesse Face Mask Review

The Glowy One

As soon as I opened the sachet I could smell the scent, very sweet and tasted like blueberries which I liked.

The mask was easy to apply and didn't run and get everywhere as some do.

On the skin the mask looked very luminious and pearlescent with a really pretty purple colour and I could tell that it would leave my skin super nourished and glowy. (as can be seen from the picture -.)

After 15 minutes I rinsed off the mask and applied my favourite moisturiser. I was really happy with the results. My skin looked pretty and glowy and felt refreshingly clean. The flecks of gold in the mask left my skin with a subtle shimmer and felt soft and smooth.

This mask would be perfect to use before a date, event or a special occasion when you want your skin to look extra healthy. It would give the skin a really nice luminous base under makeup.

Verry Berry Blueberry and Cranberry Moisturizing Face Mask- Montagen Juenesse

Montagne Jeunesse Chocolate Mud Masque Review

This masque is targeted at normal, dry and combination skin. It has a smell of chocolate aroma heaven. When smoothing it over my skin it was a nice soft feeling on my face and the masque gilded easy over my face and felt smooth and soft to touch. It was a little thick in the way of consistency, however it was still light and my skin didn't feel suffocated in anyway. Once on it was easy to lay back relax and enjoy the sweet scent of chocolate.

As this is a clay mask removal is a bit more tricky and take a few washes to remove all traces from the skin. Leaves the skin feeling very soft and radient and the skin doesn't feel tight.

The mask has some really great ingredients from Cocoa, dead sea salt an shea butter. This is a nice treat for the skin and feels really indulgent.

Montagne Jeunesse Passion Peel off Review

When I opened the Passion Peel Off Face Mask, the first thing I noticed was the smell. It contains a blend of pomegranate and passion flower and is infused with delicious raspberry, grape and cranberry and yes it really does smell amazing! Once applied to the face, leave it on for around 15 minutes. In that time it began to dry leaving me unable to move my face which proved difficult but was not really an issue!

As the mask dries the skin starts to tingle and feel tight, this is the mask working it's magic at drawing out impurities.

Once completely dry it's very easy to peel off and leaves skin very soft. Skin also feels incredibly clean and make-up applies nicer due to the smoothing properties.

Montagne Jeunesse Passion Peel off Mask

Montagne Jeunesse Face Mask Review- Green Tea Peel Off

This mask has many promising ingredients, besides Green Tea, Ginger which helps reduce skin inflammation whilst maintaining the skin's elasticity and firmness as well as cleansing the skin of dirt and grime thanks to it's antibacterial properties; sqeezed Lemon is another constituent of this masque and it helps with revitalising and refreshing the skin

On opening this sachets the first thing I noticed was the fresh, zingy, pleasant smell.

On the skin it feels refreshing and invigorating and you can feel it tightening and sinking deep into the pores.

It leaves the skin feeling clean and refreshed. If I'm being honest though this is my least favourite mask that I have tried. It didn't seem to make as much difference as my other favourtie Monatagne Jeunesse masks.

Have you tried a Montagne Juenesse Face Mask? - Which is your Favourite

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