Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Review: Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Mud Spa Fabric Mask


I'm giving you a peek of the new first-of-it's-kind Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa's Masks which are a nice at home spa treat for those on a budget! I was sent the Glacial Clay Spa and the Dead Sea Mud Spa masks which both come soaked in mud infused fabric bamboo sheet mask. They promise an extraordinary deep cleansing experience and like all their products they are vegetarian-approved, environmentally friendly, made from natural ingredients and paraben-free.

The fabric masks come in a little sachet that you tear across the top and pull out the fabric mask then carefully unwrap and stretch it over your face and smooth into place. This step can be very messy as the fabric is saturated in real mud, dead sea and sea kelp so you might want to do this over your sink to avoid getting the clay everywhere! I found the mask difficult to place over my face properly as it's too large but I covered my neck with the overlapping fabric. 

I left the mask on for 10 minutes and I must point out the scent is quite overpowering and it made my eyes sting a little. The fabric stays wet and it felt cooling on the skin, after removing the fabric you will need to clean the remaining clay from your skin with a face cloth. I noticed immediately my skin looked refreshed, cleaner and brighter and super soft to touch. 

Clay Spa's by Montagne Jeunesse costs £1.49 and is available from Boots or Montagne Jeunesse from Mid August. Are you a Montagne Jeunesse fan?

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