If you have been around this blog for quite a while, then you may remember a blog post when I was first testing out a few face masks from Montagne Jeunesse. I had a pretty great first impression from those masks that I was delighted to be able to try them out again when the lovely people over at FarleyCo sent them my way. Shall we jump right what I thought of these masks? We shall!
The Montagne Jeunesse Clean-up Mud Face Mask is not completely green like it shows on the package. So when my boyfriend wanted me to use this one first so that I would look like the Wicked Witch of the West, there was some disappointment for him. But as far as I a concerned, there were no disappointments with this face mask. The mask came out in a beige-like creamy consistency, but this is one of those masks that hardens to your face as time goes on. This particular mask contains ingredients such as aloe vera, witch hazel, and willow, which all work together to help clean and clear up blemish prone skin.
The mask I was a bit worried about was the Montagne Jeunesse Manuka Honey Peel Off Face Mask, only because I have not had the greatest experience with peel off masks in the past.Have you ever wondered what it was like to apply honey all over your face? You can try out this mask and find out exactly what it is like. This face mask comes out as a honey-like texture, maybe a tiny bit less sticky and gloopy, but still very honey like. The scent of honey is definitely present as well as a hint of jasmine scent as well. This mask acts as a really great natural anti-bacterial cleanser as you let it sit on your face for about 15 minutes. When it came time to remove the product from my face, I was prepared to peel. The substance on my face has hardened over time and peeling it off was a bit easier with this mask. Peeling it off was kind of enjoyable because it felt like peeling a sunburn off after it starts peeling. Some people find joy in that, and I am often that person. There was very little clean up involved and found this mask quite enjoyable and would use it again!
I was really excited to get to try out the Montagne Jeunesse Cool Eyes Anti-Puffiness eye masks. These eye masks contain a unique blend of plant collagen, liquorice and pumpkin that all works together to help calm swelling, revitalize circulation, and make the under eye area appear tighter and feel firmer. After chilling these in the fridge before use, I applied these under my eyes and there was an instant cooling sensation that felt so refreshing to my under eye area. I knew I had to save these for a time when I would really need them, and I used these at the end of a very exhausting and draining weekend. The pouch comes with two pairs of eye masks, so you can reseal the pouch and use the second pair another time. I left them on my eyes while I did other things for about 20 minutes and took them off to a much less strained eye area and I was feeling quite human again. I really liked this product and it may be my favourite of the entire bunch.
The Montagne Jeunesse Cream Coconut Face Mask was the last facial mud mask I ended up using, but I definitely think it was the most hydrating for my skin. The plentiful amount of coconut water and very moisturizing ingredients, such as shea butter, really worked its magic to make my face feel so plump and smooth after I washed this mask after about ten minutes. Coconut water is rich in potassium enhancing the body’s ability to hydrate and this mask definitely is one I would recommend if your skin is seemingly a bit on the drier sides in the colder seasons. It is always nice to have a mask option that does not completely harden on your face and make it hard to talk and do other tasks while waiting to wash it off.
These masks always come in handy when you want to give yourself a little pamper session. All of these Montagne Jeunesse face masks review in the blog post and many other masks are easy to find at very cheap and affordable prices at stores such as Walmart, London Drugs, Value Drug Mark, select Pharmasave stores, and several other stores.