These are great. My skin definitely benefits from weekly use. My favourite is the rose damask though it can be hard to find. They smell divine and I've had no irritation.
love love love these!! the peel offs are super easy. My face always feels soft and so moisturized afterwards! I love the sachets for travel.
I'll definitely be trying more!
I love love love these masks. The only disappointment is the colour of the actual mask and the mask on the packaging is never the same. The mask on the covers tend to be very vibrant in opposed to the actual mask which is kinda dull and lifeless however it does what is says. After, the skin feels so supple and smooth. Wow!
Love their masks, I especially love peel off passion, which I'm obsessed with peeling off my skin, it feels so weird but so good! leaves my skin nice and firm and helps if i ever have an oily face. After buying these masks, I wouldnt need to go any other brand!
These masks are usually hit or miss for me. The mud kind really helps to draw out impurities and unblocks pores. The Clean-Up Mud Masque is my favorite, especially since it's great for acne-prone skin.
I am currently using the Dead Sea Mud Pac version. I absolutely love it! It comes in plastic bottle and can be used up to approximately 7 times (about 100ml bottle). The price was AU$9 at Priceline pharmacy.
The clay mud mask is cheap and effective. It draws out impurities and leaves my skin pore-less (only temporarily). The mask also removes my minor blackheads around my nose. I keep the mask on for 25 minutes twice a week, and then take a shower to wipe off.
I recommend this as a cheap mask to try! Just as effective as my AU$130+ mask from Pevonia Botanica- but much more bang for your buck.
I've tried almost all of these masks over the years and every single one has either broken me out or caused some kind of irritation. I'm not sure what's in the chocolate one, but it caused some serious cystic bumps to brew under my skin so if you're acne-prone stay away from that one! They're so cheap and easily accessible that I get lured into buying them every time, but I'm now officially giving up on Montagne Jeunesse :(
I tried the Sensuous Spice Self Heating Face Mask with cinnamon and ginger. It feels and smells really nice, but it broke me out both times I used it. I think it contains too many irritating ingredients. Better to stay away from this mask if you have even the slightest bit of sensitive skin.
I love the Green Tea peel mask. Used before a night out it really helps make my skin look refreshed, toned and shine free. Perfect base for applying moisturiser (and make-up if you're inclined).
For 75p, this is brilliant to do once a week - wish they did it in a bottle so I wouldn't have to feel guilty about all the packaging used!
I love the olive mask! It leaves my skin nourished and smells good as well :D The chocolate one made my skin feel irritated though, so steering clear from that one. The self heating one and Dead Sea sheet mask are also really nice.