29 July 2014

Montagne Jeunesse Dry Skin Mask

So I made a huge blogger error and got too carried away with sorting out the mess that is my face that I forgot to take a picture of this gorgeous face mask before I used it.

I was sent this Montagne Jeunesse Dry Skin Mask* to review and I am in love. As you may know I've been in hospital and haven't been able to use one arm so with a lack of skin care and a load of medication I have the skin of a teenager again. I always break out when I'm in a flare so I kind of expected it but I'm still not impressed. It also doesn't help that after 2 days on the beach I now have a peeling forehead. This meant that a face mask that wasn't going to dry out my skin was desperately needed and this one fit the bill.

This a 2 step mask for Dry skin with the first step being a creamy soufflé with raspberries, red grapes and blueberries which are high in anti oxidants to protect and replenish your skin. You leave this on for 15-20 mins and it smells a-mazing. I just wanted to lick my face. It's so creamy and when I washed it off my skin felt softer and looked brighter with my spots looking less angry and noticeable.

The second step is a serum of crushed blueberries and raspberries which rehydrates and makes skin smoother. I found there was a tad too much of this for my face but it was okay because my brother joined me in the face mask fun and whacked some on after his clay mask. This also smells amazing and this morning my skin feels nice and soft and looks so much better which is pretty impressive considering the horrendous state it was in.

This mask is £1.49 which is a few more pennies then most of the others which are £1 but is still a great price and so worth it for a quick pampering. It smells delicious & leaves skin looking great. There are so many different masks for every skin type and whatever issue you are having. I highly recommend giving them a go.

Now here's a picture of me in all my face mask glory

And here's what the moisturising serum looks like

Have you tried any of their masks?


* I was sent this product free of charge from the company in order to review it. However the opinions expressed in this review are independent and my own.

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