Friday, 14 December 2012

Review: Montagne Jeunesse Iced Crystal Face Mask

I was actually sent this mask, along with a couple of others, quite a while back now to review. Unfortunately, what with moving house over the summer and then my lack of Internet connection, I've only just got round to using this; Montagne Jeunesse's Iced Crystal Face Mask. I've not been so well the last couple of days and my skin was in need of a treat, so what better than a lovely face mask?
This comes in the typical Montagne Jeunesse sachet-style packaging with a tempting, spa-like graphic on the front and simple instructions on the back.
"Wake up your skin and senses with our Iced Crystal Masque! Spearmint and cooling menthol cleanse and tone your skin while exfoliating Dead Sea crystals gently refresh and renew your skin."
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Following the instructions, I massaged this onto cleansed skin; the Dead Sea Salt Crystals definitely do their job here, exfoliating nicely, although this might be one to avoid if you have a more delicate skin. This is a textured, translucent blue cream which had a strong, minty scent. This was pleasant, although my eyes were starting to water towards the end of the recommended 15-minute period. My skin felt lovely and tingly (I love the tingly face mask feeling!) and cooled, but no stinging or burning.
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I massaged again around areas that tend to get congested (my nose, chin and cheeks), before rinsing off and moisturising. A word of warning: you definitely need to be careful to keep this away from your mouth unless you're a fan of the taste of sea water! Afterwards, my skin was left feeling gorgeously soft and smooth, and really hydrated. I felt like my moisturised absorbed better after using this, which is great especially in winter when skin can easily become dry and sore.
Priced at £1.09 for a sachet, this is a reasonably-priced treat for your skin and a great way to make sure your face is looking lovely for the festive period! Have you tried any of Montagne Jeunesse's Scrub Face Masks? They're available online, in Boots, Asda, Superdrug, and even in Primark, so no excuses ladies!

xo
(This product was sent to me for review purposes; as always, my opinions are honest and my thoughts are my own!)

8 comments:

  1. I love these face masks, you should try the white chocolate one it smells amazing x

    http://charlotteannowst.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Ohh that does sound gorgeous, I imagine I'd struggle not to eat my face though! Haha xo

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  2. I love those face masks, especially the ones that peel off! Such a fun product, with a great price tag.

    xxx

    www.forevermissvanity.com

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    1. Ahh sadly no face mask can compare to peel off ones! I'm always slightly disappointed by ones you have to wash off, even if they're really lovely haha xo

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  3. These are the little 1 dollar face peels?! I get these all the time when my friends and i are hanging out for some laughs and i do love them! so fun and cheap!

    katiechamel.blogspot.com

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    1. Yep, cheap and cheerful but they're actually really good! :) xo

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  4. This sounds lovely, my skins quite sensitive though so it might be a bit much for me xx

    Lucy Loves To Blog

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    1. My skin's sensitive but not delicate, if that makes sense? If you're not sure it's probably one to avoid though, just in case! xo

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