One of the things I like to do to spoil myself is to use facial mask. Montagne Jeunesse has a lot of different mask ~ something for everyone. Last night after Rex left for work – I used the Passion Peel Off Mask. My face felt tight and clean when I was finished.
The Passion Peel Mask has passion flower to help hydrate your skin, pomegranate, raspberry, grape & cranberry which are a great source of antioxidants and vitamin E which soothes, heals and repairs you skin. This really helps protect, hydrate and clean your skin.
I have used a few other mask from Montagne Jeunesse including the following:
The Chocolate Masque ~ which is a deep cleansing mask and it smells good, leaves your face glowing, soft, unblocks pores and it smells incredible.
Manuka-Honey Peel Off Mask ~ Did you know that honey is a natural cleanser?
Black Seaweed Peel Off Masque ~ This one uses chopped black Laver Seaweed and crushed Sea Buckthorn berries to help detox and cleanse your skin.
They are all easy to use just apply evenly to a cleanse dry face avoiding eyes, lips and hair. Then relax for 10-20 minutes until it is totally dry – then you peel it off. Your skin will feel amazing. That great thing about Montagne Jeunesse is the variety of facial mask that they have. They come in single size envelopes so you can try more than one and they don’t cost much.
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