100% Cruelty-Free – Montagne Jeunesse Lemon Zest Peel Off Mask

Hi there! The other day I discovered Montagne Jeunesse face mask duos at my local Poundland. Yes – that’s 2 masks for ÂŁ1. Needless to stay I bought quite a few. 🙂 The first one I tried was Montagne Jeunesse’s Lemon Zest Peel Off Mask which claims to ‘reveal a cleansed, toned and radiant complexion’. Now let’s have a look at how the mask fared!
Montagne Jeuness Lemon Zest Mask
I like that this face mask isn’t too runny. Sure, it’s gooey and gloopy, but gooey masks are obviously easier to apply than runny ones. I also like that this mask dries properly and evenly – after about 20 minutes you won’t be able to find any moist spots on the mask. Because of this it’s super easy (and it’s fun) to peel off the mask. Mine even came off in one piece. Brilliant!

But was the mask actually effective? Yes! I don’t think that my skin looks more radiant, but it feels very clean, smooth and soft! So yes, I would definitely recommend this face mask!

Montagne Jeunesse’s Lemon Zest Peel Off Mask is available as part of a mask duo (the other one’s a pomegranate and passion flower mask) for ÂŁ1 (Poundland) – so this lemon face mask is actually 50p only! And another big plus is that this face mask is approved by BUAV (it carries the Leaping Bunny logo) and by the Vegetarian Society – so it’s cruelty-free and suitable for vegetarians.

Mrs Strawberry Blonde

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