Sunday, 8 April 2012

Montagne Jeunesse Skin Heroes #2

I know it's a bit late in the day but... Happy Easter my lovely followers :)

Here's Part 2 of 5 in my Montagne Jeunesse Skin Heroes series. Today I'm reviewing the T-Zone Peel Off mask. To read Part 1 featuring the Break-Out Mask click here.

The T-Zone Peel Off mask "helps calm & soothe bothersome bits". I thought this would be a nice little detox for my skin after all of the junk food I seem to have consumed lately!

Again, like the other masks in the Skin Heroes range, this has two stages - a mask and a moisturiser. Let's see what goodies are packed in this skin saviour:

Stage 1 (as stated on the packet)
Firstly, get into the zone with this peel-off. Calming Tea Tree & soothing Canadian Willowherb™ will grab dirt & help clear impurities. Witch Hazel helps target problem areas.

The mask is a thick green gel that smells mostly of tea tree but has a hint of mint in there too. The mask feels cooling and tingly on the skin. I bet this would be a real treat to use when the weather gets warmer again. This mask dries on the skin leaving your skin feeling tight and looking shiny. To remove the mask you simply peel it off. I do find it slightly weird watching myself in the mirror while I'm peeling the mask off but it doesn't bother me too much. I know some people love peeling these masks off! I have to say, I was blown away by the softness of my skin after removing the mask, it was actually baby soft! The texture of my skin looked really smooth as well so I was definitely pleased about that.

Stage 2 (as stated on the packet)
Secondly, soothe skin with this follow on moisturiser & help ease those bothersome bits with the natural healing of Canadian Willowherb™ & Tea Tree to help calm skin to the core.

I think this is the same moisturiser from the Break-Out Mask. It certainly has the same consistency and minty scent anyway. After applying the moisturiser my skin felt perfectly hydrated and clean. 

Swatches of Stage 1 (left) and Stage 2 (right)

I enjoyed using this mask and I'm really happy with the results. At £1.49 it's the perfect weekly treat without breaking the bank.

You can pick this mask up from Asda or from the Montagne Jeunesse website.

Montagne Jeunesse always look to use natural ingredients and all of their products are suitable for vegetarians.

Let me know your thoughts about this mask or any other products you have tried by Montagne Jeunesse. I'm always on the lookout for new stuff to try out :)

Thanks for reading,


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