Montagne Jeunesse kindly provided me with this little treat for Valentine's Day, but I have only just gotten round to trying it out. This is the Passion Peel Off Face Mask which is supposed to deep clean your skin whilst also protecting it with it's anti-oxidant rich ingredients.
The mask comes in the form of a thick, gooey, pink paste and it smells like pomegranates and berries. Applying it reminded me why I usually tend to steer away from peel-off face masks- I hate how sticky they are and it seems impossible to apply them evenly, which in turn makes it hard to judge how long to leave it on for; the packet suggests 15-20 minutes but it took around 35 minutes for the thicker areas to dry when I used it. I have a love-hate relationship with these kinds of masks, however, as despite hating the application, I find peeling it off grossly satisfying (anybody else?).
As usual with Montagne Jeunesse products, I thought the mask worked really well considering how affordable it is. It left my skin feeling tight and clean. I think peel-off face masks are more suited to people with oilier skin as they can be quite absorbing and drying.
You can purchase this face mask, along with other Montagne Jeunesse products for a tiny £1.09 in ASDA and other leading retailers, and also online at www.montagnejeunesse.com. What's more, Montagne Jeunesse products are suitable for vegetarians and they always try to use natural ingredients. What reason is there not to try out a mask or two?!
I also just wanted to apologise for my disappearance and lack of posts recently. I have tried but I have been finding it near impossible to put together good blog content whilst in my stressful final stretch of university. I will most definitely still be blogging where possible but it will remain sporadic until I hand in my last assignment in April! Not long now, so I hope you all understand! Bring on the Summer :)
*DISCLOSURE: PR Sample