Thursday 2 January 2014

My Skin Is In Love With Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spas

I have dry REALLY dry skin. Dryness is the only issue I have ever had with my skin (knock on wood...I've been lucky). I frequently splash water on my skin and just let my skin absorb the water. Combine the usual dryness with the fact that I'm in the middle of a Canadian winter...well, it's not pretty. 

When I had the opportunity to try the Glacial Clay Spa Masque by Montagne Jeunesse, I was interested in how my skin would react; this is a cleansing masque, which are usually pretty drying to my skin. 

As mentioned, this is a cleansing masque...but my in much need of hydration skin loved it; it was love at first contact! As soon as I put the masque on, I could immediately feel my skin soaking up the moisture and it felt heavenly! I left the masque on for 15 minutes (instructions say 10 to 15 minutes) and I did not want to take it off. The coolness from the Glacial Clay felt really amazing on my skin.

The masque contains "[a]nti-oxidant rich Red Grape and Arctic Cloudberry juices from the glacial heights of Scandinavia" and is actually a fabric masque infused with clay. 

It was a little messy taking it out of the package and the initial smell isn't's not horrible but it could be better...but I liked the fact that to use this product, all you had to do was unfold the masque and put it on your skin. The masque was a bit big for my face, but I'd rather have it too big instead of too small. The masque was also easy to take off and the clay wasn't "caked" onto my skin, making it easy to wash off.

As previously mentioned, this is a cleansing masque. It did leave my skin feeling and looking clean, really soft and a nice, natural glow. 

I love, love, love this product! I highly recommend it and I hope that I will be able to (easily) find it in local stores so I can incorporate it into my regular beauty routine.

To learn more:
FarleyCo (Canadian Distributor)

I received this product complimentary for testing and review purposes from Influenster.

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