Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Montagne Jeunesse Crushed Arctic Cloudberries Glacial Clay Spa Mask

Hey there,

So today I bring you a little face mask review and guess what to keep you amused and to make you want to read this post... I promise you this. Very shortly in this post there will be a VERY attractive picture of me in my pjs... oh yeah I've got your attention now haven't I?

The mask in question if you hadn't already guessed is the Montagne Jeunesse Crushed Arctic Cloudberries Glacial Clay Spa Mask. If you have been around with this blog for a while you will know my love for Montagne Jeunesse facemasks, they are a great price and they are super simple to use... I especially love the peel off ones because I am a weird person and love the feel of peeling off masks ( I was one of those children at school that used to put PVA glue on their hands so they could sit and peel it off... oooh the satisfaction that gave me)

Anyway, I was recently looking through my face mask stash because I was home alone for the evening when I found this one. This mask is a clay based mask (one of my favourites) HOWEVER instead of smothering the clay all around your face, this had the mixture infused into a cloth mask. So instead of having a mask that you had to sit still whilst it dried, I could wanted around looking gosh darn attractive....cue my beautiful visage.

I told you you were getting a gorgeous picture of me in my pjs. So this mask on felt strange to begin with, it was damp and sticky and remained that way until I took it off. Once it was in position it did not move which meant that I didn't have to lie around, I could wander around. This was perfect because I had to go grab the rest of my skincare routine, sort out my hair etc.

The thing about this mask in comparison to other clay masks I've tried was that it was a slightly different clay style mask as it was cloth mask. The residue was still the same though, if for any reason I touched the cloth whilst it was on I would get clay all over my fingers.

Once the 10-15 minutes was over, all you needed to do was peel off the cloth, leaving you with a very amusing partly clay covered face. Then after a quick wipe with a damp flannel the residue came off your face very easily leaving the skin feeling smooth and not at all tight.

Overall I really enjoyed the idea behind this mask and would love to see more cloth face masks around, perhaps one for attacking blemishes and spots eh?

Have you tried this mask? What is your favourite mask out there? Tell me in the comments.

Lots of Love,


  1. I really like peel off masks, it's as if you lift off every impurity and Montagne Jeunesse do some great ones :o) Xx

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  2. I'm completely obsessed with Montagne Jeunesse face mask and use them all the time, the latest I tried was a black seaweed one which felt lovely but smelt horrible! I prefer those sea salt ones, heat and thick clay ones.

    Toria (

  3. Ooh I'd love to give one of these a go, I love the fact it's like an actual mask haha! :)
    I usually like this brand so I'm definitely gonna keep an eye out for this one!


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