REVIEW: Montagne Jeunesse Summer Skin Regime: Week 3

For the last few weeks I have been trying out some Montagne Jeunesse face masques that I was sent from their wide range of natural beauty products which, used as a four-week regime throughout summer, would help keep my skin looking lovely and fresh.

The four masques I was sent to try are: Montagne Jeunesse Blemish Mud, Montagne Jeunesse Cooling Cucumber Peel Off Masque, Montagne Jeunesse Iced Crystal Masque and Montagne Jeunesse Very Berry.

Montagne Jeunesse Summer Skin

I started the regime with the deep-cleansing Montagne Jeunesse Blemish Mud face masque, the second week I used the refreshing Montagne Jeunesse Cooling Cucumber Peel Off Masque, this week I’m using the cooling Montagne Jeunesse Iced Crystal Masque. This is an exfoliating masque with Spearmint to cleanse and tone the skin, Dead Sea Salt to remove impurities and Sweet Almond and Jojoba oil to hydrate the skin.

This is a pale blue gel masque with tiny Dead Sea Salt crystals. It smells subtly of refreshing spearmint and feels super gentle on my skin. I cleansed my face as normal then massaged the masque into my skin so the Dead Sea Salt crystals could gently exfoliate, before relaxing for 15 minutes (or however long it took to read a couple of chapters of ‘Skippy Dies’).

Montagne Jeunesse Ice Crystal Masque

The masque rinses away easily as it stays in its gel form, it doesn’t dry out like clay masques or set like peel-off masques. I expected that my skin might feel cool afterwards, like it did when I used the Cooling Cucumber Peel Off Masque, but it didn’t. My skin did feel very refreshed, clean and soothed though and when my fiancĂ© got home from work later that day he complimented my make-up – but my make-up was the same as it is everyday! I’m assuming that it must be this masque that has given my skin a bit more of a glow :)

You can find this face masque nationwide in retailers such as ASDA, Superdrug, Tesco, New Look and Morrisons as well as on the Montagne Jeunesse website; the RRP is £1.09 which is such a steal. The company also has great ethics as all of their products are vegetarian-approved, made from natural ingredients and paraben-free. “Montagne Jeunesse is proud of its uncompromising natural credentials and ethos for ‘Conservation of Energy, Protection of Animals and the Environment.’”

The final masque in the summer skin regime is Montagne Jeunesse Very Berry which I’m looking forward to using next week. In the meantime, let me know if you’ve tried any of these masques.

Disclosure: I received this product for free to review, however all thoughts and opinion are my own.


  1. Haven't tried but see these, now will definitely give a try ^.^
    Thanks for the headsup...



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