Wednesday, 6 January 2010

Review: Montagne Jeunesse Strawberry Soufflé Masque

I have no idea how to pronounce Montagne Jeunesse. I do know, however, that they're a good source of cheap, single use masks - a rather large range of which are carried at Superdrug. Today I picked up one of their newer ones, Strawberry Soufflé.

This masque claims to cleanse, purify and moisturise the skin, and contains strawberry, aloe vera and vanilla. It smells very strongly of strawberries - and not of synthetic strawberries either, which is a bonus! I suspect it has actual strawberries squished in somehow, as there are lots of tiny seeds within it. The combination of the creamy pink appearance of this product and the realistic strawberry scent makes me think of Eton Mess. I sort of want to eat it.

As always with Montagne Jeunesse products, you get a good amount of product for your money, plenty to cover your face with a thick layer. After applying to a cleansed face, and leaving it on for 20 minutes (during which time it slowly hardened), my skin was left feeling clean, very smooth and soft. I think the strawberry seeds give a bit of bonus exfoliation as you wash the masque off too.

All in all, for the very small cost of £1 at Superdrug, this is a nice, hydrating treat that won't break the bank.

If you'd like to try it for yourself, you can get it at Superdrug for £1, or at Montagne Jeunesse's website for just 97p.

1 comment:

  1. I always used to buy those masks as cheap treats when I was a student. They are rather nice. I think it's pronounced "Mon-TAN Jer-NESS" but don't quote me on that.


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