I love a good face mask, and I think that Montagne Jeunesse's single use masks are not only super fun, but also great for those of us on a budget! Lately I've been trying out MJ's Nut Oil Face Masque* & Dry Skin Mask*, which are both great options for anyone with dry skin, or who just wants an extra dose of hydration!
Montagne Jeunesse's Nut Oil Face Masque has a great nutty fragrance that I found to be really calming. This formula is super thick and creamy, so I slathered a thick layer all over my face. The package says to leave this mask on for 15-20 minutes, and then rinse off. I think I ended up leaving my mask on for about 25 minutes - this mask only harden a little bit, so I don't think that the timelines are too important. I found that this mask was really hydrating, and it left my skin feeling smooth, soft, and plump! The packaging says that mask is meant to be used weekly, but you can of course use it as needed.
"Feed your skin with this African delight, you'd be nuts not too. The goodness of nourishing Baobab Oil sourced from the African 'Tree of Life' and miracle Marula Oil penetrates deep down to reveal glowing and nourished skin." - Farley Co.
Montagne Jeunesse's Dry Skin Mask is a bit different than the other masks that I've tried from the brand. This mask is actually a two step process! First, use the mask itself - I left mine on for about 20 minutes and then washed it off. This formula combines raspberries, blueberries, and red grapes, which are full of anti-oxidants, which work to protect and replenish your skin. This formula had a soufflé-like texture - very creamy and hydrating! After you've washed off your mask, move on to step 2 - a serum made from crushed blueberries and pulped raspberries! My face was left feeling soooo smooth and soft!
Both of these face masks from Montagne Jeunesse are great for anyone with dry skin, or who just needs a little pick me up. I know that after a long day in the hot Summer sun, my skin is left feeling a bit dry and dull. Both of these masks work to put moisture back into your skin, and I think they both do a really great job, at a really affordable price point (about $2 for each mask!).