Montagne Jeunesse Chocolate Masque - Review

Monday, November 26, 2012

My skin has been feeling really dry recently so I decided to give it a much needed moisturising treatment to make it feel better.

Some of my favourite products for giving my skin a right good pamper are from the Montagne Jeunesse  collection.
Montagne Jeunesse  are an eco-minded and cruelty free beauty product company who are famed for their huge range of masks for hair, face and body. They are approved by PETA, Vegetarian society and Go Cruelty Free.

Their products are all full of goodness-packed ingredients and contain no harmful chemicals which is a big plus for me.

I'm a huge fan of their face masks as they have so many different varieties to suit all skin types.
I needed a moisturising product so I went for the Chocolate Masque which is suitable for combination, normal and dry skin types.

It is a luxurious, thick, mud style mask which has the most amazing chocolate scent. I don't normally like chocolate scents however I find its a little more like Baileys which I can't get enough of. Its a chocoholics dream. (just make sure you resist tasting it)
Ingredients of the Chocolate Masque include, fairly traded cocoa butter from the Dominican, crushed cocoa and Shea which are all wonderfully moisturising.

I normally get two uses out of a sachet and apply the thick creamy mask to my face and neck, avoiding the delicate eye area and relax for around 10-15 minutes letting the mask work its magic.
To remove simply rinse with warm water, after using my skin always feels really cleansed and moisturised.
This feeling normally lasts for a few days and definitely helps out my dried out skin. I would normally use a mask like this once every week- two weeks.

I'd definitely recommend Montagne Jeunesse to anyone as they have a product to suit all skin types. I know I'll be picking up some more of these very soon and I'm keen to try some of the foot and body products.

Montagne Jeunesse masks retail at around £1.00 for 6.7 oz sachets and are available from Boots, Superdrug and most supermarkets. They are also available in new  You can view stockist information on the  Montagne Jeunesse Website

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