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Tuesday, 17 December 2013

MONTAGNE JEUNESSE CLAY SPA MASKS

MONTAGNE JEUNESSE CLAY SPA MASKSreview swatch photo


montagne jeunesse clay spa masks*

Sheet Mask's can be quite scary, Im not going to lie. I think when Im wearing them I look like something out of a horror movie. None the less, They are really easy to use and SO easy to clean up after use. I've been giving these Montagne Jeunesse (pronounced Mon-Taun Ju-ness, I went and asked) masks a whirl recently and I thought I'd share some thoughts. All the Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa range are made out of natural bamboo fabric and then infused with various natural clays. They are packed with all natural and poweful ingredients which are all kind to skin. The Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa Masks come in three different formula's Glacial Clay Spa, Red Earth Clay and Dead Sea Mud Mask.

All the masks felt calming and soothing on application so I can imagine them being very nice during an angry breakout. My favourite is the Glacial Clay Spa mask because I found it really cooling on the skin and really tightened my whole face up. Not in a I can't move my face type way but it a way to make my pores look more refined and brighten the skin. My only niggle is they are a bit big for my face, but you can easily just fold them a bit to mild more to your face shape. It doesn't hinder the use of the product at all.

Montagne Jeunesse are a really nostalgic brand for me. They remind me of when I was younger and I used to have sleepovers with my friends, They were our favourite little pocket  money treats. We used to adore the peel of masks or the ones that were chocolate scented. So using these as an adult and an educated beauty junkie it's nice to see they have some strong prodyucts coming through. At only £1.49 it's the perfect budget friendly pamper treat. I used them in my Pre Party Get Ready with me Video if you want an idea of what they look like in action! 

Have you tried Montagne Jeunesse Masks?

5 comments

  1. i used to always use these when i lived in england! memories :')

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  2. Hey Lily, I never tried them because I saw them in the supermarket and always thought they are cheap&inefficient. Definitely gonna give them a go now! Thank you for the review! Warm hugs from Austria!

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  3. I have never tried a sheet mask before, but I've liked other masks from this range before, so maybe I'll give these a go!

    www.ceejayell.blogspot.co.uk

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  4. I've tried Jaunesse masques before but i am interested in the honey peel.

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