Montagne Jeunesse has launched two new types of clay cleansing masks of a new generation.
Personally I’m not really worried about parabens in cosmetic products but I know that some of you are. For those of you who care about the planet and animals, you will probably like the fact that all Montagne Jeunesse products are vegetarian-approved, made from natural ingredients and paraben-free. As a brand Montagne Jeunesse is proud of its uncompromising natural credentials and ethos for ‘Conservation of Energy, Protection of Animals and the Environment.’
These masks are very easy to use as specially sourced clays are infused into natural bamboo fabric. These Clay Spas are perfect on the go, for traveling or when you’d like to have verity of masks to hand as they come individually packed.
I tried today their Dead Sea Mud Mask, which is an intensely invigorating and revitalising mask with Dead Sea Minerals, Seaweed and Kelp. I wanted a boost for my skin before I put my make-up on this evening. (I usually put my makeup on in the morning of course however today I had a bit of a photo shoot in the morning so I had full face make-up and I wanted my skin to rest and recharge before I will be filming tonight)…
This mask was very cooling and refreshing. It certainly woke me and my skin up! My skin felt clean and not tight at all after I washed it off. I kept it on for 10 minutes.
There is also a Glacial Clay Mask with glacial clay to cleanse pores, Red Grape (antioxydant) and Arctic Cloudberry juices to help maintain your skins natural barrier. I am looking forward to trying this one out later on this week.
These masks are available to buy on Montagne’s web site but from Mid-August you will be able to get them also from Boots (and Asda from September) for just £1.49.