Montagne Jeunesse Manuka Honey Peel Off Masque and Nut Oil Masque Review, Photos

Thursday, June 04, 2015

montagne jeunesse manuka honey peel off masque, montagne jeunesse nut oil masque


Who doesn't love a good face masque? Montagne Jeunesse's are some of my favourites, since they're so inexpensive, generally work well, and smell delicious. I recently tried out a couple, the Manuka Honey Peel Off Masque*, and the Nut Oil Masque* (each around $1.99 CAD). Check out my thoughts plus obligatory face masque shots!



The Manuka Honey Peel-Off Masque contains -- you guessed it! -- manuka honey and jasmine. It smells like honey and goes on fairly sticky like honey, too. Be careful not to get any in your hair or eyebrows (ask me how I know...) It dries within 15 minutes, and boy is it fun to peel off.

I may or may not have done my best Patrick Bateman impression. (Source: imgur)

The masque lifted up dead skin and I did spot some "gunk" (gross, but for lack of a better word) that was removed. And baby hairs from around my scalp, but that's neither here nor there.

montagne jeunesse honey peel off masque
It will also make you look like you've got a bad case of jaundice, and/or had egg thrown at you.


montagne jeunesse manuka honey peel off masque
Ingredients


For some reason, I thought the Nut Oil Masque would be, well, oily, but it's actually a clay masque and hardens after 10-15 minutes. It contains baobab oil and marula oil, along with shea and cocoa butter. It smells slightly nutty, and it's green! I really like green masques because they remind me of a low-budget zombie or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle costume. I'm easily amused.

After the masque hardened, I rinsed it off in the shower (as I tend to do with clay masques for easier removal) and I was happy with how cleansed and soft my skin felt afterward.

montagne jeunesse nut oil masque
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montagne jeunesse nut oil masque
Ingredients

Montagne Jeunesse masques are a great and inexpensive way to treat your skin. They come in a ton of varieties too, like chocolate! They're also vegetarian and never tested on animals, which is very nice. Find them at most drugstores and mass merchandisers, or online at Farleyco!

What's your favourite Montagne Jeunesse masque (or one you want to try)?

*Products provided for review. No monetary compensation given. All opinions are my own.

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