Montagne Jeunesse Face Masque Review

30 Dec

When you need a little pampering and some down time for yourself apply a face masque and you are set!

Montagne Jeunesse was sent to me to test through Influensters VoxBox program and I am hooked!

I tested the Strawberry Souffle masque and not only did it smell delicious (it was almost good enough to eat!) but the masque left my skin looking smooth, getting rid of the black heads.

The application is easy and takes little time:

  1. Clean and dry face so all makeup is removed.
  2. Apply evenly to face and neck area, avoiding getting too close to your eyes.
  3. Relax and lie down for 15-20 minutes (lying down is optional but a great excuse to just close your eyes and rest).
  4. Using a wet face towel gently rub off the masque or rinse with warm water, make sure to get all the masque off as some contain little fruit pieces so may leave some residue.

Skin instantly feels cleaner, smoother and revitalized!

Another fabulous fact about the Montagne Jeunesse masques is that they are free of parabens, vegetarian approved and never tested on animals so have some guilt free beauty time.

Plus the masques are reasonably priced, making them budget friendly so get shopping!

Montagne Jeunesse masques are currently available at ULTA Beauty, Walgreen’s, Claire’s, Walmart, Kroger, CVS and can be found in a variety of flavors/smells including:

  • Strawberry Souffle
  • Cucumber Peel Off
  • Passion Peel Off
  • Dead Sea Mud
  • Fruit Smoothie
  • Chocolate Mud

For more information visit or follow them @montagnejeuness

Montagne Jeunesse... good for your skin, your wallet and the earth!


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