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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Montagne Jeunesse Creamy Coconut Mask Review: PLUS a giveaway!

My thanks goes out to Montagne Jeunesse for sending me a few free masks in order for me to do a review of their products - you guys are awesome! Although I got the masks for free, please know that my opinions are always 100% my own!

Creamy Coconut Mask from Montagne JeunesseI have written before about my huge love of DIY spa days. I love feeling pampered, but when I don't have the time or money to go to the actual spa, having some spa-ready items at home make me feel fantastic whenever I want!

Montagne Jeunesse makes some great facial masks that are easy-to-use, easy on the wallet, and work wonderfully. I love that they come in so many varieties and have never had any problem locating them in my local stores.

From the selection I was sent, the first facial mask I decided to try was the Montagne Jeunesse Creamy Coconut Mask. I chose this one first because I've been getting some dry patches on my face and I wanted to see if this facial mask would take care of that.

It only took me 20 minutes to do the facial from start to finish: Just tear off the corner of the package, squeeze the mask out like a cream, then apply to the facial area and you're done. I played a video game and had some coffee while I left the mask on, and when 15 minutes was up I washed it off.

My face felt so smooth in the areas that it had been rough and patchy before! Usually when I use a cream or a lotion, my face dries out again rather quickly if I've been having dry-spot troubles, but the mask actually took care of the problem completely! At the time of writing this post it had been over a week since I tried the mask and the dry-patch still hadn't come back. (Yay!)

The part I loved the most though was that the 'spa-fresh' & soft feeling the mask gave my face didn't immediately go away. It took about 3 days for my face to return to what I would call it's 'usual texture'. I'd say that's pretty darn good for a mask that can be purchased for right around $2. (When I'm in-store, the usual price I spot the M.J. masks for is $1.99 - that is a great price for a facial.)


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Giveaway!

The good people over at Montagne Jeunesse let me know about the huge giveaway they are having right now and I wanted to share it with my readers! Between now and the end of July, they'll be selecting a total of 50 winners to receive a free mask! Click HERE to enter the giveaway via their easy Facebook app for your chance to snag one.

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