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on 4/5/2013 1:45:00 PM
More reviews by DanielJ
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
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!
on 4/5/2013 8:37:00 AM
More reviews by purplegobstopper
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
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.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
on 3/6/2013 10:48:00 PM
More reviews by sugarmartini
Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Other, Other, Other
I have to say I have very sensitive skin. I bought the Damask Rose and the White Chocolate. Tonight I tried the Damask Rose and I immediately felt a really horrible "burning" sensation on my skin. I left it on for about a minute and rinsed it off. Pros, even with just a minute, it left my skin super soft. I just think that maybe the scent is so strong it irritated my skin. This being said, I think I will try maybe some of the fruit blends because I've read so many good reviews. This one smelled really nice but unfortunately it was irritating. I don't know about the White Chocolate because I haven't tried it yet.
on 2/2/2013 7:20:00 PM
More reviews by BudgetDiva
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Cool
Hair: Silver, Wavy, Coarse
I received a package of this to try as part of Influenster and kinda put off using it because I'm pretty much an Ahava fan and wasn't sure I wanted to try another product on my unpredictable, sensitive skin. The one I received was the Clean-Up mask (detox) mask and I decided to give it a whirl while my husband was at work (it's a pretty vivid green and no point in giving the man a heart attack in case he saw me in it). I left it on about 15-20 minutes, until it was thoroughly dry and removed it with warm water and a washcloth. WOW. My skin was soft, not stripped of oil, and, no kidding, was a tiny bit pinkish and glowing. As I used it in the evening, I didn't put makeup on after removing it and found myself touching my skin all night because it just felt so...SOFT. I've seen this brand for sale at Walmart before but never tried them...after this experience, my usual Ahava mask may have some serious competition (and, for a bonus, at a fraction of Ahava's price). Seriously in love with this mask and find the 1 package will give me 3 treatments...Woot!
4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.
on 1/18/2013 10:36:00 AM
More reviews by frickinradical
Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
i love their masks! i love the blemish mud, strawberry soufflé and the new very berry masks, i'm not keen on the peel offs (not just from this brand but peel off masks in general) cos they kinda hurt when you peel them off (although i do love the end product when you get it off in one piece!).i also love that it's all natural ingredients as well so you know there's nothing harmful going onto your skin. i had to stop buying the chocolate orange one as i wanted to eat it :)they last quite long as well, i usually make one sachet last 2-3 applications.i always buy them and will keep on doing so for the foreseeable future!
on 12/18/2012 2:35:00 PM
More reviews by iheartmakeup01
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
Merci Montagne Jeunesse !! :) First, I tried many different masks of this brand. Some I LOVE, but some I hate... Si I tried Strawberry & cream gel mask, dead sea tonic (cloth) mask (it burns at first :(), peach kernel and walnut scrub, blemish mud, dead sea mud pac masque, moisture miracle hair masque, aloes tonic (cloth) mask (burns!), cucumber peel-off mask, sauna fudge mask, the tea tree and spearmint one! It didn't like the consistency of the first one. It was too runny. Plus, I didn't feel it did something to my skin overall. So, my faves are the Peach kernel & walnut scrub (I LOVE THIS SO MUCH !!! the best scrub ever ! gentle, smells good and with one package, you could do up to 5 scrubs !), the dead sea mud pac masque (which I really LOVE! it cleans so well and make my skin incredibly soft! I just bought the tottle of this). I loved the fudge sauna too! (the best warming mask I think. Smells so delicious that I could eat it !! Leaves pores clean). And the last but not least, THE MOISTURE MIRACLE hair masque ! ( Which is soooooo moisturizing and leaves my hair sooo soft and smell good ! This is my new must-have) I can't believe I haven't use MJ products before...
on 12/18/2012 1:09:00 AM
More reviews by shazzberry
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I don't think i have particularly sensitive skin but the the rose scented one i think i'm slightly allergic to, makes my face get hot and slightly itchy because its too perfumed i'd say, if you have sensitive skin avoid this one and get the chocolate ones or the peel off types.
on 11/8/2012 2:34:00 PM
More reviews by CordulaM
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm
Hair: Other, Wavy, Coarse
LOVE!!!!!!! The peel off ones can hurt if you get it in any hair such as eyebrows, so be careful. But for me, the best are the mud masks, especially the moisturizing ones!! I have reviews for individual ones I've tried below:Dead Sea: I have used the green dead sea one multiple times and like it. The ingredients for these are more natural and soothing than many other brands. For example, I love that it has lavender in it. You do have to be careful with the drying masks though. I did over do them at one point while on perscriptions as well and it was horrible. So please be careful. Often I just spot treat with this one, because I am prone to over drying and acne from over drying, but I always have one in my stash. Drying masks also tend to pull up blackheads or appear to, which can be dangerous for pickers, so be aware. **Update** I found I can't use propylene glycol, and this is the only clay mask I had tried that did NOT have it in there, so this is the only one I will continue to buy. There are some of their masks that do have it, so I can't use them all, but many of them don't contain it.**BUT the CHOCOLATE!!! AHH!! WOW!!!!!!!! I don't have a moisturizer that I can trust, currently, so I grabbed this because it said it was detoxifying and hydrating. It's no joke!! I felt so great! I think this is one of my new favorite masks! And I love that it is vegetarian. I think it needs it's own category. I just might do that. :)The Clean Up Blemish was good, but the second time I must have left it on too long and wrinkled up my brow because when I took it off, the lines STAYED for hours. It took a while to snap back and that bothered me. Maybe too drying? I use it on spots if I'm doing another mask like chocolate but have acne in those areas that need extra drying. I probably won't bother with it again.The Chocolate Orange Sauna mask I thought was odd and too warm at first, though the smell is so amazing I can barely stop myself from eating it. It doesn't dry and I usually want them to dry and pull out impurities. But started using more face serums for blemishes so now I'm more interested in the moisturizing. So I just used it again and it made my dry peeling spots SO much softer!! WOW! I love this now, what a huge help! It's so hard to get skin balance right, but a mask like this is better than a cream, and still pulls out impurities (or at least doesn't clog me like some creams do). I still like the regular chocolate for cleaning pores/moisture, but now I know the sauna one is great for extra softness. I also really want to try some fruit ones, as I know some fruit can be great for blemishes yet still soften, and they have great reviews. I would get this again. *I think the sauna one (at least the one I saw recently at the store) has PG so I avoid this one now.Strawberry souffle: It was ok, slightly moisturizing which I like and a little cleaning but not much. Probably wouldn't buy again.Passion Fruit Crystal: Also just ok. Felt a bit like it made the blemishes come out to to the surface but not to help get rid of them. Smells great. Exfoliates ok.Fruit Smoothie: Another ok one, wouldn't buy again. More drying/pore cleansing than Strawberry but less than the blemish one.Very Berry: This is another of the 'non-drying' ones that claims to be more for ultra moisture and cleaning. This one I really like. This actually helped make my skin feel better, without bringing out more blemishes or keeping them angry. It really moisturized and make my skin soft and nice. Would def get this again.Heard they have a new coconut one, I bought it but I'm so afraid I'll clog that I haven't tried it, as I haven't had luck with coconut oil in the past on my face.Chocolate Chip Mint - I used this once and already really liked it. It does dry on the face like the dead sea one but it's a lot less drying. I didn't feel any tingling but I still liked it a lot.
on 10/29/2012 8:08:00 PM
More reviews by Madolson10
LOVE THEM<3 THE SPARKLING CRYSTAL ONE IS THE BEST BUT HARD TO FIND!
on 10/14/2012 8:24:00 AM
More reviews by KexetBex
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I love their masks! I've tried all I could find and I've only had one bad experience with a mask. The cucumber peel-off mask was terrible to my skin. The mask was so-so-so strong, both scent and feel. My skin became so red and it felt so bad. But all the other masks are great! I recommend all of them exept the cucumber one.
Montagne Jeunesse Facial Sheet Mask Review! by CosmeticsCounsel
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