Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa Review

August 15, 2012

Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa are a new range of face masks that are designed to be used once a week as part of your skin care regime. They use a new technology where clay is infused into a natural bamboo fabric which is meant to create a deep cleansing action making the skin feel much better than before use.

Montagne Jeunesse Clay SpaThere are two different masks in the range, Montagne Jeunesse Glacial Clay Spa and Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Mud Spa. Both masks come in a plastic sachet which is easy to rip open. Inside you will find the mask which is face shaped and needs to be smoothed on.

Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Mud Spa

Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Clay SpaI tried the Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Clay Spa first. This uses mud and minerals from the Dead Sea to unblock pores and nourish the skin. It also contains seaweed and kelp to restore the skins moisture levels and firm the skin keeping it looking youthful.

Both masks look similar when removed from the packet, almost like a cloth face. The Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Clay Spa mask has a slightly greenish tint. It also had a slightly herbal smell.

Montagne Jeunesse Dead Sea Clay SpaIt was easy to mould to the face, with gaps for the eyes and mouth and a flap to stick down over the nose. Once it was on I looked a little bit like Shrek but when you are in the privacy of your own bathroom who is to know? The mask needs to be left on for 10 to 15 minutes. After use it was easily removed and my skin felt much softer and really clean.

Montagne Jeunesse Glacial Clay Spa

Montagne Jeunesse Glacial Clay SpaThe Montagne Jeunesse Glacial Clay Spa uses glacial clay from Canada’s north west coast and Arctic Cloudberries from Scandinavia. It is meant to cool, rehydrate and deep clean your pores whilst the anti-oxidants in the cloudberries protect and heal the skin. The mask looked the same as the other one, but with more of a blue tint. When applied to the face there was a definite cooling sensation which was rather nice. Again after removal my face felt clean and smooth.

The fact that both of these masks came on bamboo fabric made them a bit less messy to use than a normal face mask. I really liked these and would use them again. They did make my skin feel much cleaner and softer. They only need to be used once a week so an extra ten minutes a week could easily be slotted in to my beauty regime. There is nothing like a bit of pampering on an evening to make you feel good.

You will find Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spas in Boots (from mid August) and ASDA (from September) and also on the Montagne Jeunesse website.

All Montagne Jeunesse products are  are vegetarian-approved, made from natural ingredients and paraben-free.

Other reviews you may be interested in:

Montagne Jeunesse Skin Heroes Review

Dermalogica Power Duo Exfoliation Kit

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