Hi there! Today’s post is about Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off Face Mask.
This mask promises an ultra deep cleansing experience. So does it work?
The mask is like every other peel-off mask – you apply it, you let it dry, you peel it off, and then you rinse off any residue…
Whilst I found this mask to be OK, I didn’t love it because I didn’t think that it was particularly effective. Unfortunately it made no difference to my skin at all.
In addition, I didn’t love the fragrance. I was expecting it to be spa-like because I remember Superdrug’s seaweed face mask smelled spa-like, but this one smelled rather swamp-like.
I may give this face mask another chance at some point in the future. But this time it didn’t really convince me. But if you’d like to try this mask, it’s usually around £1. Oh, and one more thing… Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Black Seaweed Peel-Off Face Mask is certified cruelty-free. It carries the Leaping Bunny logo, and it’s approved by the Vegetarian Society.
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Just a few days ago I tried Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Manuka Honey Peel-Off Face Mask for the first time.
I think this mask is fantastic, and I know I’ll buy it again! Now let me tell you why I like this face mask so much. 🙂
OK, this mask is like every other peel-off mask out there. You apply it, you let it dry, you peel it off (which is awesome fun), then you wash your face – and that’s it! Job done!
Now I like this mask because it made my face look refreshed and considerably clearer within minutes. It made my face look and feel great – it was that simple. And believe me, it was hard to resist the urge to touch my face all the time… 😀
I also loved the warm honey fragrance – it was delicious! If you like the scent of honey, you’ll love this face mask! So yeah, get it!
Montagne Jeunesse’s 7th Heaven Manuka Honey Peel-Off Face Mask is available for £1 (give or take a few pence – depending on where you shop). This face mask is approved by the Vegetarian Society and by BUAV. It carries the Leaping Bunning logo which means that it’s certified cruelty-free!
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is about Montagne Jeunesse’s Cucumber Peel-Off Mask.
I know opinions on this one are mixed, and now that I’ve tried this mask, I have to say my own opinion is mixed too!
Let’s start with the good: This mask is like every other peel-off mask. You apply it, you let it dry, you peel it off, you rinse off the residue – and then you can admire your clear and soft skin.
Another good thing is that this face mask is 100% cruelty-free – it’s BUAV-approved and it carries the Leaping Bunny logo!
However, the mask stinks. Big time! I’d describe its smell as boozy – and very strong. I can’t even smell a hint of cucumber.
If this mask were much better than other random peel-off masks, I might be able to get over its unpleasant smell. However, it’s not better than other masks, so I won’t buy this one again. If you’re looking for a nice peel-off face mask, have a look at all the peel-off masks I’ve tried and reviewed.
If you’d like to comment, please feel free to do so. And thank you for reading! 🙂
Hi there! Let me tell you about my new favourite peel-off face mask, Montagne Jeunesse Pineapple Peel-Off.
This face mask works like all the other peel-off face masks out there – you apply it, you let it dry, and then you peel it off.
I think this mask leaves my skin feeling soft, clean and refreshed – which is what I expected.
However, I didn’t expect to fall in love with the fragrance. This mask smells absolutely delicious!
So if you love the aroma of pineapples, you need to try this mask. If you’re looking for a new peel-off mask, you need to try this one. If you’ve never had a peel-off mask, you should try it!
Another thing that’s great is that this mask is suitable for vegetarians, and that it’s BUAV-approved – it carries the Leaping Bunny logo which means this product is cruelty-free! So there’s no reason not to try this amazing face mask. 🙂
Hi there! If you read Monday’s post, you know that I’ve got a ridiculous amount of face masks. But I’m tackling my stash by using one mask every four to six days (as usual) – and by not stocking up on any more face masks (that’s new).
Today I’m telling you about my experience with Montagne Jeunesse’s Passion Peel-Off Mask.
First of all, this mask is available for around £1. But I found Montagne Jeunesse face mask duos (yes, that’s two masks!) at Poundland (where the Passion Peel-Off mask is teamed up with the brilliant Lemon Zest mask).
But back to the Passion Peel-Off Mask. The first thing I noticed is that this mask smelled exactly like Superdrug’s Fruit Sorbet Antioxidant Peel-Off Mask.
So I checked the ingredients of both face masks, and I found the first third (or so) of the listed ingredients is the same for both masks. Sure, the proportions may be different, and there are certain ingredients (i.e. polyvinyl alcohol) which can be found in all these peel-off masks. But since I’ve never actively compared ingredients, I was a bit surprised by how similar these masks are.
However, I’ve noticed that Montagne Jeunesse’s Passion Peel-Off Mask was considerably less runny than Superdrug’s mask. So Montagne Jeunesse’s mask was easier (and less messy) to apply.
As always, I left the mask on until it was completely dry (about 20 minutes). Then I peeled off the mask (Awesome fun!) with my fingers, and then I rinsed off the residue in the shower. The result was soft, smooth and clean skin – just as expected. 🙂
I think this is another very nice face mask from Montagne Jeunesse. And I’d definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a fruity peel-off mask. Another plus is that this mask is suitable for vegetarians, and that it’s BUAV-approved – it carries the Leaping Bunny logo which means this product is cruelty-free!
Hi there! The other day I discovered Montagne Jeunesse face mask duos at my local Poundland. Yes – that’s 2 masks for £1. 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!
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 £1 (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.